If you’re interested in learning more about trail building and maintenance, join us on Sunday, April 19th from 10am – 3pm at South Park for a formal training session and hands-on trail work. Event Details
Come join fellow riders for a great day on the trails at Montour Woods in Moon Twp. After share in some after ride festivities. NOTE: Be courteous to the neighbors on Nike Rd., do NOT speed down this private Road.
Ride. Run. Eat. Play.TrailFest is Sunday Oct. 23rd. 12pm – ?? The TrailPGH TrailFest is a 1-day mountain bike celebration that will include a Main Festival, Bike Demos, Group Rides, a Beer Garden, Food + Chili Cook Off, Games, Prizes and a whole lotta sweet SINGLETRACK! RSVP Via Facebook Following the Month of Mud Race,
Too cold, wet and muddy today to take kids mountain biking outside – therefore we have the WheelMill!! Pittsburgh’s most awesome indoor bike park. 6815 Hamilton Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15208. Meet at 10A this AM free admission for TKMBD participants. We will order pizza around 1130A. See you there!
We know you have some vacation time coming up and we can’t think of a better way to spend a long weekend. Get out on your bike for some great riding every day this weekend. For more info check out each event on Facebook.
100 Volunteers Registered for National Trails Day as Trail Pgh teamed up with REI to have a Mega Workday building bridges, repairing and creating sustainable trails for all to enjoy! Thank You REI for $10,000 Grant towards the Waterfall Trail at Settlers Cabin. Thank You Allegheny County Parks for all who helped including the Park Rangers!
Most riders understand that you shouldn’t ride the trails when they’re muddy. Most riders understand acceptable riding conditions as well. Sunny…dry…go ride! Perfect. But what about this time of year? When is it ok to ride without doing permanent damage to the trail? How would you know if it’s OK to ride before you get to the
Volunteers are core to the success of Trail Pittsburgh. Take a few seconds to let us know how you can help in 2016. In 2015, Trail Pittsburgh volunteers logged more than 12,500 hours helping to maintain trails throughout the region. For 2016, we’ll again be looking for help with trail maintenance days, but we’re also
In a unanimous preliminary vote, Pittsburgh City Council agreed to move forward with a proposed amendment to City Code that would officially allow the use of bicycles within Pittsburgh City Parks. Wednesday’ vote recommends Bill 2016-0035 be considered for final approval at the City Council meeting on Tuesday, February 2nd. Should this bill pass, Mayor
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