Pittsfield Downtown Mural Bike Tour

Saturday, May 11, 2024 at 10:00 AM

Join Downtown Pittsfield Inc. and the Pittsfield Community Design Center to get an up-close look and inside information on the city's growing gallery of public art in and around downtown. This is a casual pace ride that will take place on paved public streets. Expect mostly flat ground with some intermittent small hills. The ride distance will be about 2.5 miles and last about an hour with stops at each site below.


  1. Kickoff at Downtown Pittsfield, Inc. HQ (33 Dunham Mall)
  2. Lest We Forget 1961- 1975 by Ghi Sign Co. and Daniel O'Connell (50 Pearl Street)
  3. Young Legends by Trinity Rivard (41 Federal Street)
  4. Let the Autumn Shine by Ramiro Davaro-Comas (26 Dunham Mall)
  5. Seven Stars for Renne Ave. by Huckleberry (Huck) Elling (Rear of 1 Fenn Street)
  6. Sisterhood by Silvia Lopez Chavez (146 North Street)
  7. Gaia by Michael Carty (5 Melville Street)
  8. The Protector by Michael Carty (242 North Street)
  9. Making Wishes by Cara Petricca (348 North Street)
  10. Original mural by qwynto on Carr Hardware (547 North Street)
  11. Thrive Diner logo by Stef Quetti (145 Wahconah Street)
  12. Diane Firtell mural on Thrive Diner (145 Wahconah Street)
  13. American Flag Mural 2023 by Stephanie Quetti (49 Madison Avenue)
  14. West Side Love by Michael Carty (Linden Street)
  15. The Sun Will Rise (443 North Street)
  16. The Bee Queen by Michael Carty (Rear of 461 North Street)
  17. WELCOME TO PITTSFIELD by Jesse Tobin McCauley (1 Columbus Avenue)



All ages are welcome; riders under 16 should arrive with a parent or guardian. Riders are responsible for their own safety and must follow the rules of the road and the instructions of the tour leader.

Parking is available on-street or in municipal lots for free all day. Rain will postpone the event to the following Saturday.

Want more? Click here to load an interactive map of all the public art available in and around downtown Pittsfield, courtesy of Downtown Pittsfield, Inc.!

This event is a part of Berkshire Bike Month 2024.