Restore 22 Military Bike Ride

Restore 22 Military Bike Ride
Borderline Bicycle Tour
Saturday, June 29
9:00 AM

Our bicycle rides are social in nature and limited to a small group of 15 riders. We take our time and enjoy the camaraderie. Most rides are between 15 and 20 miles. Rides are open to anyone who served in the U.S. military and a guest. All riders must be over 18.

Restore 22 Military Coffee & Camaraderie

Restore 22 Military Coffee & Camaraderie  
RMU Center for Veterans and Military Families
Friday, June 7
8:30 - 10:30 AM

Anyone who has ever served in the U.S. military is invited to join us for good conversation and fun. This is not a therapy session, though you'll probably feel good when you leave. Bring something from your military service that makes you proud and tell us about it. Coffee and snacks will be provided. There is no charge to attend.

RMU's High School Summer Externships

As the sun begins to shine brighter and the temperatures rise, we are thrilled to announce the launch of RMU's high school summer externships for the upcoming season!

 

At Robert Morris University, we believe in creating unforgettable academic experiences that nurture creativity, build confidence, and foster lifelong friendships. Our diverse range of high school externships cater to every interest, ensuring that there's something for everyone.

 

Pittsburgh Hires Veterans 5th Annual Veteran Memorial Bicycle Tour

EVENT DETAILS

Check-in starts at 8:00 am. The ride gets underway at approximately 9:15 am after a brief opening ceremony. Starting from the North Shore the ride will head across the river and have a police escort through the city. After crossing the Hot Metal bridge, we resume riding on the trail until we reach Homestead. Here we take a break before turning back around and heading back to the North Shore. At the end of the ride there will be a drawing where one lucky rider will receive a $500 gift card to a local bicycle shop!

 

HERO & CELEBRITY HOCKEY GAME

The Malone Family Foundation, founded by former Pittsburgh Penguin Ryan Malone, will host the 2nd Annual Black & Gold Breaking the Mold as part of Military Mental Health Awareness Month. This event will feature the Hero & Celebrity Hockey Game on Thursday, May 16th with complimentary tickets for Military Veterans and their families. Details regarding the event can be found below: