2017 Annual BikePGH Members’ Meeting

Socialize. Get up-to-date. Share your ideas.

Meet the BikePGH Staff, Board, and other community members! Get up-to-date on our projects and work of 2017 and get a preview of things to come. We will follow with a discussion where staff will field your questions as we look ahead to the future and ask for your ideas and feedback about the changes you want to see in our city.

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Date: Tue, October 24, 2017
Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
Location: Point Park University
Lawrence Hall Ballroom – 3rd Floor
212 Wood Street


6:00-6:30pm – Arrive, have light snacks, drinks, and meet the staff and other BikePGH members + Activity
6:30-7:00pm – BikePGH presents the year’s accomplishments and future projects & programs
7:00-8:00pm – Discussion
8:00pm – ? – Socialize and keep the conversation going at a nearby restaurant/bar TBD


What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

Bike – Use the Award Winning Pittsburgh Bike Map to find the best route for you. Bike parking is available outside of Point Park’s Academic Hall on Third Ave, there are racks on the street, as well as in the parking garages. Healthy Ride bike share stations are also available nearby.

Walk/Bus – Use the Port Authority trip planner to get Downtown. Nearly 100 bus routes travel through this neighborhood.

Drive – Metered street parking is available in addition to many parking garages. The nearest parking garage is located at 228 Blvd of the Allies.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, but please check in upon arrival. Email jane@bikepgh.org or call the office at 412-325-4334 with any questions!

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