March Rides! 2017 Ride of the Month

Ride of the Month

They say March is “in like a lion and out like a lamb.” It seems that 2017 will not disappoint with 70 degree heat and perhaps a foot of snow. Weather this March in Southwestern Pennsylvania it is going to be a wild one for biking.  Since things are a bit less predictable this time of the year we have 2 rides in April for you to look forward to next month.

Easy Ride: Women and Biking Forum Ride

Type of Ride: Women Only  – Urban
Hills: Some small ones
Distance: ~ 1 hour | 8-10 miles
Time: April 1st | 3:15PM
Start / Finish: Ace Hotel

Following our Fourth Annual Women and Biking Forum presented by Dollar Bank, join BikePGH Staff and forum attendees on a casual ride around East Liberty and Highland Park. This will be a great opportunity to meet some new people and to explore bike friendly routes through the East End.  Don’t feel like riding? No problem. There is plenty to do all day at the forum with amazing speakers from across the country, workshops, and much more.

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Advanced: Race at the Lake

Type of Ride: Road
Distance: 45 Min – 1.25 Mile Circuit
 April 22nd,  April 29th, May 6th and May 13th
Cost: $31-36 + USAC License 
Start / Finish: Munroe Falls Metro Park
Race Flyer with more information. 

Perhaps you have been working out with friends this winter and feel like you want to try getting into Bike Racing in 2017.   For 35 years,  Race at The Lake has been offering regional cyclist to test their legs each April with a fun car free loop near Akron Ohio. The course is a 1.25 mile circuit around the Munroe Falls Metro Park Lake with rolling hills but no real climbing.

As one of the few regional women’s only race that you can test your skills with your peers and not have to race against fearless 20 somethings overflowing with testosterone after a winter of hibernation. All races stage 10 minutes prior to race start time and are before heading to the start/finish line 5 minutes prior to the start to receive final instructions from officials. In other words, get there early and don’t be late! (It is a full 2 hour drive to Akron)

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