In a moment of unrestrained joy, a girl named Jasmine who is living with a disability gets an adaptive bike that she can ride.
Pittsburgh Bike Share plans to spend $500,000 from a federal grant to outfit the city with 500 bicycles for the public bicycle-sharing program.
Appearing on KDKA Radio’s “Ask the Leaders,” Mayor Bill Peduto took flack over his push for more bike lanes in the city.
The city’s first two-way bicycle lanes will be built in Schenley Park, Greenfield and downtown on Penn Avenue, with construction scheduled to begin next month.
The Wounded Warrior Soldier Ride is a rehabilitative cycling event that focuses on physical health, wellness and healing.
A unique program is making many children very happy. The My Bike Program gives children with disabilities specially-made bicycles. For some, it’s the first bike they’ve ever owned.
Just in time for the spring riding season, here are the best bike repair shops in Pittsburgh.
Do you remember your first bike? That feeling of freedom when the training wheels came off? Well, an effort has been launched to make that dream a reality for children in our area with special needs.
It was a joyful day for 175 needy children who received bicycles during the annual Holiday Bike Giveaway held by the Pittsburgh Police Department.