Join us at Alameda Park to kick off a pre-season FUN(d) raising campaign with a ride and party!
Our target is to raise $1,200 to spend on the following 2018 priorities:
- Creating, printing, and distributing trail maps into our current trailhead kiosks
- Creating and installing roughly 100 trail marker signs
- Buying materials to address drainage issues on current near-future trails
- Drainage pipe, stone, and gravel
- Wood and concrete for bridges
10:00 am: Meet at the Oddfellows Pavillion, Alameda Park
10:00 am – 12:30 pm: Group rides on current and future trails…maybe even a contest or two!
12:30 pm – 2:00 pm: Potluck lunch (please consider bringing food or desserts to share); pizza and beer (limited supply) will be provided*
2:00 pm+: More riding?
Invite your friends and family for a fun day of riding and learning about the park! For more information, see the Trail Pittsburgh Facebook Page.
*Pizza supplied by the Alameda Singletrack Trail Crew | Beer provided courtesy of Butler Brew Works
Sunday, December 10 at 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Once again the folks at Trail Pittsburgh will host a party to honor our volunteers who have helped us with trail work. We will have rides and hikes starting at 10AM . After this join us for a potluck lunch, beverages and prizes for our volunteers! All are welcome to join us! Bring food to share for the potluck!
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.
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, we’ll be hosting several trail activities.
Runs & Hikes
12:30 – 1:15 staggered start
There will be two group Runs / Hikes that with a staggered starts.
There will be two group rides that may break into smaller groups depending on how many folks participate.
1 beginner group ride
The Heat is On – Prove your cabin fever culinary skills by competing against your fellow outdoor enthusiast friends. The Chili Cook Off is open to all TrailPittsburgh Members . RSVP HERE and lock in your spot.
Only 10 Spots Left – RSVP today!
Bike Toss, Slow Ride, Food Down and more. If you have olympic level bike throwing and riding skills, you’ll be one of the lucky folks to win prizes from…
Every adult needs a good beer after a long run or ride. Our friends from New Belgium heard your cry and will be supplying a variety of brews for your enjoyment.
We’ll also be grilling up some chicken, burgers, dogs, and a ton of snacks.
Friend of the Trail Community, Alex Talbot will be rocking live music with his musical partner, Alex.
More Information: Terry & Alex
RSVP Via Facebook
See You on Sunday October, 23rd!
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.
Join Trail Pittsburgh at OTB on the South Side for our end-of-year volunteer party at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, December 8, 2015. Why? Because it’s December, and we want to celebrate another year of trails in Pittsburgh. Come hang out, have a beer, talk about plans for 2016, and enjoy some tasty specials from OTB!
We’ll have some awards to recognize some of our most dedicated volunteers, and some specials from OTB. We’ll also be releasing our “By the Numbers” report of 2015 highlights. You don’t want to miss it!
Green Flash Brewing will be providing a keg of Sould Style IPA as well a a couple of jerseys.
RSVP here on Facebook!
We’re changing our event… Saturday is going to be a complete washout, so we decided to make history and be the first IMBA chapter to hold #TKMBD at an indoor bike Park! Our friends at The Wheel Mill have partnered with us to make sure TKMBD goes off despite the rain! We’ll meet at 1:00PM at the park, have a brief skills clinic, participate in group rides, and have a few competitions for anybody interested. Afterwards, we’ll have snacks, pizza, drinks, and other giveaways.
Kids and parents watching will get FREE admission to the park from 1PM-3PM. Parents can also ride with their little shredders for the normal weekend admission rate.
Everybody at the park needs to have a waiver. If you are bringing non-custodial children as guests, their legal guardians must sign the Wheel Mill waiver. They have them available for download: http://www.thewheelmill.com/how-it-works/waiver/.
IMBA’s Take A Kid Mountain Biking Day strives to encourage communities in the U.S.A. and around the world to join together and ride mountain bikes with kids. Take A Kid Mountain Biking Day (TKMBD) events range in size from a few kids and families to several hundred gathering at a local park or trailhead. IMBA clubs and chapters, retail shops, Trips for Kids, schools, scouts and community groups are encouraged to host events. Last year over 15,000 kids and family members participated in 150+ community events in the U.S. Several events were registered in other countries including: Italy, Australia, South Africa, Canada, Malaysia, and Mexico. You, your family or your company are encouraged to join the fun and participate in IMBA’s 12th anniversary of Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day.
You can view more information at the IMBA website: https://www.imba.com/kids.