February 6, 2020

3 Valentine’s Day Rides

We’re here to sweeten the deal this Valentine’s Day.

To help you move forward on your journey of romance, Healthy Ride is making all rides half off on Valentine’s Day (Feb 14), which means two for the price of one. Simply register and ride, no promo codes or vouchers necessary. Just a reminder, you can rent up to 4 bikes on one account.

Discount is valid on 2/14 from 12:01am to 11:59pm


Meet Up for Drinks

Instead of taking your car to a Tinder date, ride a bike! Then when you two start really hitting it off, you’ve been talking for a few hours, and one drink becomes four, you won’t have to worry about abandoning your car at the bar when you call an Uber.


Tina’s in Bloomfield (closest station: 42nd & Penn)
Over the Bar Bicycle Cafe on the Southside (closest station: 25th & East Carson)
Mixtape in Garfield (closest station: Winebiddle & Penn)


A Walk (and Ride) in the Park

A great way to start a budding romance (pun intended) is to immerse you and your date amongst the beautiful flowers at Phipps Conservatory.

Continue your nature journey by riding through the winding roads of Schenley Park, then end at the Carnegie Library of Oakland to exchange favorite books and movies.


Phipps Conservatory (closest station: Frew & Schenley)
Schenley Park (closest station: Schenley & Forbes)
Carnegie Library of Oakland (closest station: Schenley Dr at Schenley Plaza)


Budget-Friendly Dates

Sometimes all you need to have a romantic time is a bike, a partner, and a view.

Park on the North Shore, explore the North Shore Trail, and ride over the Fort Duquesne Bridge to Point State Park.

If you’re feeling extra adventurous, ride across town to the Monongahela Incline and park your bikes at the base of the incline (you can temporarily lock your bikes to themselves without a station). Take in the sights along Mount Washington and return to your bikes when you’re ready to come back down from the clouds.


Point State Park (closest station: Liberty & Stanwix)
North Shore (closest station: North Shore Trail & Fort Duquesne Bridge)

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