Where Can I Ride?

Pittsburgh offers up some seriously awesome opportunity for bike riding bliss! We have 20+ bikes the traffic-free Three Rivers Heritage Trails, an expanding network of bike lanes, Road and Mountain bike routes, and 350 miles rail trail adventure waiting for you on The Great Allegheny Passage. We’ve got it all and it can be accessed from our front door!

In the City

Ride by  Station Square, the Southside, North Shore, Point State Park, Downtown, the Strip District, PNC Park, Heinz Field, Washingtons Landing and more on mostly uninterrupted, traffic-free, well-maintained, river front trail called the Three Rivers Heritage Trail!

Golden Triangle Bike has several options for getting you out on a leisurely ride around the city

  • Our Self Guided Tour Map:  When you pick up your bike, we’ll take as much time as we need to make sure you understand the map, get to the places that interest you and that you are comfortable with your route.  Check out the Self Guided Map below to get a glimpse of the adventure that awaits!
  • Guided Tours: Our Explore Pittsburgh by Bike Tour is hands down the best bike tour in the city.  Your tour guide will take you on a fun and informative 2 hour adventure that hits the most iconic Pittsburgh spots along the way.  You’ll be an honorary yinzer by the end of this tour.  Check out our tours here
  • Ride With GPS:  Download the app, rent a bike, and hit the trail with turn by turn directions right from your smart phone.

Self-Guided Tour Map

Click below for a hi-resolution version of our world famous “Self-Guided Tour Map”


Bike Great Allegheny Passage

Are you searching for an adventure like no other? Then get ready to bike the Great Allegheny Passage! The GAP, combined with the C&O Canal Towpath, creates a 334.5 miles of Traffic-Free trail riding bliss between Pittsburgh to Washington, D.C. And, Golden Triangle Bike can set you up with EVERYTHING you need to make it happen.  Trip Planning, Itineraries, Bike Rentals, Luggage Transfer, Transportation….we’ll take care of it all!

Visit our Great Allegheny Passage-specific website to get started!

I want to check out the GAP!