The third annual Bike to Campus Week was a success!
Hosting over twenty unique engagement opportunities, students, staff, and faculty were able to learn and take part in the many joys of bicycling during this year’s event. The week-long celebration began by concentrating on bike basics, culminating with the unplugged, in-person bike fair in Schenley Plaza.
The virtual sessions reached over 1200 views collectively and are available to watch here. We had guest speakers from a wide range of perspectives and from both CMU and Pitt. There was also The bike fair hosted around 10 vendors that engaged over 200 students in areas of advocacy, education, and community. The Pitt Bike Cave also hosted a culminating ride in conjunction with the student lead group, LAGOS, and biked all the way to the Point.
One of the most notable things that happened this year was having the Pitt Chancellor, CMU Provost and President involved. They each biked to campus and took pictures to prove it!
Bike To Campus Week Webinars
BICYCLE FRIENDLY DRIVER TRAINING
Learn how to safely share the road with bicyclists in this training from Bike Pitt.
DRESS FOR SUCCESS – WHAT TO WEAR FOR BIKE COMMUTING
Wonder what you should wear while biking? Come to this session and learn about the secrets of what to wear for bike commuting. It doesn’t matter if you’re a student, staff, faculty – there will be something for everyone! Register below for this user session.
HOW TO ACCESSORIZE YOUR BIKE TO CARRY THINGS, BE SEEN, AND MORE
Join Bruce Woods from Major Taylor Cycling and Robin Woods from Black Girls Do Bike as they share how to carry things on your bike, be seen while riding, and more. Whether you’re carrying stuff to school, getting groceries, or shopping locally, they’ll be able to answer your questions!
HOW TO BUY A BIKE
Learn how to get a bike that fits you and the riding that you plan to do. Find out where to get a bike and the types of bikes that you can buy.
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