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Fri Aug 17 BikeFest Events

Last year’s BikeFest, comprised of 70 events over 10 days, was the record holder until now. This year’s celebration is even larger at 80+ events over 15 days! Check out the full BikeFest calendar HERE.


Car Free Fridays Happy Hour @ OTB

Fri, August 17, 4pm – 6pm
2518 East Carson Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15203

Car Free Fridays Happy Hour at OTB is from 4 to 6 through October. Lots of specials and fun! 10% of all sales benefit


BikePGH! Flock of Cycles Party Ride

Fri, August 17, 5:30pm – 7:30pm

Dippy the Dino (in front of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Oakland) (map)

All levels welcome! A welcoming, family-friendly, all-inclusive, FREE event consisting of a leisurely-paced bicycle ride (complete with music and mechanical support) and ending with a post-ride party.

The group meets at 5:30pm and departs at 6pm. We pedal through the city at a slow, welcoming pace appropriate for riders of all ages and capabilities. Get a chance to make new friends, learn new routes, and have fun on your bike!

For more info, see one of the following:

Website: flockofcycles.org

Twitter: @flockofcycles

Facebook

If you have questions, please contact us on Facebook or Twitter or email sarah.k.pearman@gmail.com. Helmets are required! In the case of inclement weather, the ride may be cancelled. Check our website, “”like”" us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter for updates on the day of the ride.


Casual Fridays (at Frick)

Fri, August 17, 6:15pm – 8:15pm
Meet at the tennis court lot at S Braddock and Biddle
Casual group mountain bike ride in Frick. No-drop, all skill levels, relaxed wind-down for the week. Riding with all skill levels is a great way to learn new skills or take it easy and work on perfecting existing ones.
Please note: this ride will be primarily on the single track mountain bike trails in frick, not the gravel jogging paths. we will be riding some of the more advanced trails, but nothing that has mandatory advanced features.
Contact Colin Burch at colin@colinburch.com for more information. helmets required, mountain bike or cross bike strongly recommended.

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