Sign up for the 2016 Two Wheels Lots of Green Bike Tour!

We are so excited to be hosting the Two Wheels Lots of Green (2WLOG) bike tour coming August 20th, 2016! We have been working hard with our partners in the Hilltop and will be offering a wide variety of projects to feature on the tour.

In case you are not familiar with 2WLOG, it is a guided bike tour designed to connect residents to (and, let’s be honest, show off!) GTECH’s vacant lot reclamation projects. This year, we are showcasing projects ranging from game plazas, flower gardens, community food gardens, and playspaces in the Hilltop communities. Riders will be provided refreshments by local eateries throughout the ride to refuel during the tour. The ride will begin at 9 am, lasting until noon(ish), and will be followed by a pop-up party with Food Trucks and Lawn Games until 2 pm. When registering you have the option to sign up for a shorter relaxed route or a longer more rigorous route. Both routes showcase as many projects as possible and are loads of fun!

To register for the ride and afterparty, check out this link here! All proceeds directly benefit GTECH and our mission to transform vacant land liabilities into community celebrated assets, much like the ones you will see on this tour! If you are interested in ramping up your participation and earning GTECH’s (especially Katherine’s!) eternal gratitude, you can sign up to volunteer! We are still in need of bikers to help guide the tour and logistical help with setting up, registration, and the afterparty. If this piques your interest, sign up HERE!  As a special thanks for signing up, your ticket fee is waived!

In the spirit of keeping this event as accessible as possible, we are also offering scholarship tickets this year! If you are interested, please contact Katherine Chamberlin, at or 412 361 2099 ext. 8 for more information. We’ll see you out there!

Photos from past 2WLOG Rides:


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