Mayor Bill Peduto likes to talk about creating a “superhighway. “Not another parkway. Not a new busway. A superhighway … for bicycles.
A half-dozen bicycle riders appear relaxed and refreshed as they pedal toward the old Pump House in Homestead.
Bicycles packed Market Square Friday morning as dozens of people took part in Bike to Work Day.
Pittsburghers wanting to tour the city or have a ride during a trip to the bars on the North Shore can do so in a unique way.
The Wounded Warrior Soldier Ride is a rehabilitative cycling event that focuses on physical health, wellness and healing.
Everyone knows how beneficial it is to get a certain amount of exercise per day but occasionally we need a bit of advice to make the right choice.
It was a big day for hikers, bicyclists and others who love outdoor recreation.
Driving down Penn Avenue through Point Breeze can be a harrowing experience.
For a decade, bicyclists across the country have geared up for an event called “The Ride of Silence.”
Five-and-a-half months ago, Dan Yablonsky was riding his bike down Liberty Avenue when a jeep barreling through the intersection ran him over, shattering his body body from head to toe.
On a nice day, leaving your car at home and opting to bike or walk to work can make a big difference – not just for your health, but for your community as well.
There are few better ways to enjoy the beauty of our city than by enjoying a day riding around town and enjoying the river fronts on one of the many bike trails!