Employee Promo Guide

Welcome to BikePGH’s Employee Promotion Guide for your HR initiatives!

Since 2008, BikePGH has helped dozens of businesses build productive workplace cultures that promote active forms of transportation and recreation. These environments are places where employees are healthier, happier, more creative, and more engaged.

We encourage you and your company’s HR team to use the text, photos, and links below to promote BikePGH’s 2017 events and initiatives to your employees. Reach us at business@bikepgh.org, for more details or if there are any other questions.



OpenStreetsPGH is a free event series run by BikePGH.  The events invite residents, families, visitors, and friends to come out and enjoy Pittsburgh’s streets without cars.  Run, bike, walk, play, sing, dance, or just hang out and people watch.  Each month OpenStreetsPGH heads to a new neighborhood to engage new businesses, neighbors, families and friends.  Stop by one or come to all three!

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Before you know it, it will be August and you know what that means? UPMC Health Plan PedalPGH will be here!  If you’re interested in participating but wondering how to get your employees or co-workers involved, create a corporate team to ride the city as a group.

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Company Lunch & Learn Program

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BikePGH’s Lunch & Learns are quick lunch-hour discussions that focus on commuting basics, recreational bike trails in the community, and an open Q&A with a BikePGH expert staff member. Request a Lunch & Learn from BikePGH and give your employees an introduction cycling in Pittsburgh. Send us an email to schedule an event of your own!

Private Company-only #LunchLoop

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Bring an exclusive #LunchLoop experience to your employees.  BikePGH partners with Healthy Ride and Riverlife to provide everything you’ll need to have a fun, healthy, safe experience outside the office – bikes, instructors, custom routes, and bike education resources. Shoot us an email to schedule an event of your own!

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Level 1: Fundamentals of City Cycling Classes

If you’re a novice rider, the Fundamentals classes will help you practice balance. If you’re a life-long rider, the Fundamentals classes can help you dial in on improving a particular movement or skill. The personalized approach allows you to keep coming back to work on what you need to get pedaling. Fundamentals of City Cycling classes are held indoors each month at The Wheel Mill on Hamilton Ave.

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Level 2: Confident City Cycling Classes

BikePGH’s Confident City Cycling class includes an on-bike skills session and a group road-ride. This class gives you the confidence to commute all around Pittsburgh and beyond. During this class you will practice skills including: body bike separation, brake modulation, weight distribution, and quick hazard avoidance. After the on-bike skills session the class will go on a group road-ride to practice strategies for crossing big intersections, riding on fast roads, reading traffic patterns, and road conditions. Classes are held in a new neighborhood every month. Check the chedule for locations and dates.

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Women and Biking Forum

Workshops will include topics such as: bike maintenance, cycling wellness, commuting, competitive cycling, and advocacy! Meet new friends and connect over biking with like-minded women.

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Women & Biking Classes

These special edition Confident City Cycling classes are intended for women and trans identified people who know how to ride a bike, and are looking for instruction on how to operate it safely on city streets. These mobile classes meet monthly in different neighborhoods around the city. This class gives you the confidence to commute to Downtown safely.

April 2 event information and registration July 8 event information and registration


Women & Biking Meetups

This one-a-month coffee meetup makes for great conversation about anything and everything, especially topics related to womanhood and biking. It’s a great opportunity to meet other women who like to ride bikes.

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