Archive for April, 2019

East Liberty and Homewood

April 30, 2019

East Liberty and Homewood contain a mix of business and residential areas. This ride will take advantage of bike lanes and have plenty of stations to stop at along the way. This ride is 30-45 minutes and has some very […]

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Northside Ride

April 30, 2019

Pittsburgh’s Northside is home to the historic Mexican War Streets, Allegheny Commons Park, and attractions such Randyland and the Mattress Factory. This is a 15-30 minute ride with one small hill. Start at the Ridge Ave + Brighton Ave station. […]

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Riverfront Rides

April 30, 2019

Pittsburgh is known for its three rivers: the Monongahela, Allegheny, and Ohio. There’s an extensive trail system that follows alongside each of them, so what better way to explore them than on two wheels?     North Shore Trail 30-45 […]

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Oakland and Shadyside

April 30, 2019

Pittsburgh is home to several universities, three of which are based in Oakland. Oakland contains restaurants, shops, museums, and the Carnegie Library of Oakland. Neighboring Shadyside is a favorite place for students to live and explore, with business districts on […]

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Improving Pittsburgh Air, 2 Wheels at a Time

April 19, 2019

Allegheny County Air Quality Grant Recipient We are very excited to be one of several organizations awarded funding through the Allegheny County Clean Air Fund to provide Air Quality Education and Pollution Prevention. Bicycling is in natural alignment with improved […]

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Rider Profile: Samone R.

April 11, 2019

  Healthy Ride is creating a series of rider profiles to feature some of our riders and showcase how they use the system. If you would like to be featured, please fill out our survey. About Samone Samone was the […]

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