A new bike sharing program looks to finally get off the ground in Pittsburgh.
Mayor Bill Peduto likes to talk about creating a “superhighway. “Not another parkway. Not a new busway. A superhighway … for bicycles.
This year, a little boy named Brian, who had the left side of his brain removed before his first birthday, got to ride through town in the Labor Day Parade.
As more people are taking to their bicycles as a primary mode of transportation, the city of Pittsburgh is trying to become more bike-friendly.
A local couple will ride their tandem bike from Pittsburgh to Washington, D.C. It’s 335 miles and they want to do it in a 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.
Graffiti along the Three Rivers Heritage trail has gotten the attention of bike riders who say they’re disappointed someone has vandalized the bike trail with paint.
Police in central Pennsylvania are hoping to find the person who fits a pair of pink shoes he left behind after police say he accosted a woman, took $200 from her, then fled on a neon green bike.
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.
Bob McKinney is a lucky man, you can tell just by speaking to him. His passions include bicycles, the city of Pittsburgh, and the Iron City Bikes shop that he owns and operates in the Oakland area of town. He was gracious enough to share some of his favorite spots around the city to ride.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to five Grove City College students are biking from Seattle to New York City to raise money for a need-based scholarship.
A girl was rushed to the hospital after she fell over a hillside on the North Side. KDKA’s Ralph Iannotti reports the teenage girl was riding her bike near the Fowler Pool off Charles Street.