This route is an easy route for those that have not been on a bike in a while and are looking for exercise outside of the home that can be done at an easy pace. It is a level paved route for seniors as well as Gen X and Millennials. H3C has created a “MilliBoom” route that the entire family can enjoy while staying at a safe distance and practicing mask covering. This route starts at a well-known intersection in the Homewood/North Point Breeze area along Dallas and Hamilton Avenues.
The bike station is conveniently located next to a Port Authority bus stop (71 Hamilton or 77 Penn Hills) with a covered shelter. You can easily hop on public transportation and start your ride. This is an interesting route, and this Homewood corridor offers plenty of landmarks and stops along the way. Immediately leaving the bike station and continuing along Hamilton Avenue is the Human Animal Rescue center.
As you turn right onto Braddock Avenue ride along several blocks to see other treasures that may catch your eye. Club Elevation (Fitness Center) on North Braddock Avenue.
Continuing to Thomas Blvd past Westinghouse Park to Dallas Avenue and returning to the bike station.
Check out Homewood Concerned Citizens Council’s “Homewood at a Glance” Ride, and follow Healthy Ride on Ride Spot for more Ambassador rides!