Celebrate National Bike Month with 412 Flock

Ride of Silence

We’ve had a pretty great year so far, Viking Biking Ride in March, Keg Ride last month was a success, and now we are looking forward to a whole bunch of May rides. Keeping reading and follow the links for more information…

Pittsburgh Ride of Silence
TONIGHT (6:45pm, meet at Dippy)

Join cyclists worldwide in a silent slow-paced ride in honor of those who have been injured or killed while cycling on public roadways.  Please bring lights! Organized by Western PA Wheelmen, 412 Flock and Bike Pittsburgh.

Ghost bike of Susan Hicks, on Forbes Ave in Oakland where she was killed riding home from work. Photo c/o Bike Pittsburgh.

Ghost bike of Dennis Flanagan, who was killed on the newly reopened stretch of West Carson Street. Photo c/o Bike Pittsburgh.

Bike From Work, Cinco de Mayo Style
Friday, May 19th, 6:00pm, meet at Dippy

May 19th is Bike to Work Day, why not end the day Biking From Work with 412 Flock and a nod to Cinco De Mayo? We’ll go for an easy roll around the city and then end up back at the starting point to celebrate with Mexican food! Bring money for a taco stop at Las Palmas or feel free to share your own favorite Mexican cooking.

Family Try-a-Bike at Open Streets

Sunday, May 28th, 9am-1pm,
Thick Bikes in the South SideBike option with a bucket for child seating in the front.

Join us during Open Streets just off the new Tunnel-To-Town route at Thick Bikes and bring the kids because they’ve got all sorts of family-oriented bikes that you can try.

Trailers! Cargo bikes! Even a Bakfiets (that bike with the bucket up front)!

If you’re curious about biking with the little ones, this is for you!


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