Looking for something different to do during lunch break?
Tired of sitting at your desk all day? Want to incorporate a short team building activity into your work day? The #LunchLoop is a no sweat, no stress 25-30 minute bike ride along Pittsburgh’s bike lanes and river-front trails. We take it easy and aim for enjoyment. The #LunchLoop is something that both avid cyclists and first time riders can enjoy.
In 2017 BikePGH is teaming up with Riverlife and Pittsburgh Bike Share to offer two options for you and your co-workers to ride a #LunchLoop. Join us for our monthly #LunchLoop starting in Market Square or hire us to bring a #LunchLoop to your business complete with bikes, instructors and freebees! 2017 events:
Mark your calendars for #LunchLoop:
In addition to the private company #LunchLoops, BikePGH is also holding five public #LunchLoop events will be held monthly through the summer. Register below:
- Thursday, May 11th
- Thursday, June 8th
- Thursday, July 13th
- Thursday, August 10th
- Thursday, September 14th
BikePGH can bring a #LunchLoop to your office anytime from May to October. We can bring bikes and instructors for up to 30 employees for $250. Check the link below to learn more about hosting a #LunchLoop for your company, and reserve your day!Register for Company #LunchLoop
What do participants think?
“#LunchLoop is a chance to step away from her Allegheny County desk job for some fresh air”
– Jeanette Jones, 53, #LunchLoop participant
“They may have never ridden a bike in years. They’re just out to socialize and have a little bit of fun, to get some sun and nature in their day.”
– Erin Potts, Healthy Ride Director of Marketing and Community Outreach.
What if I do not have bike?
No problem! Healthy Ride will be available to rent for $2/half hour — just be sure to register for an account beforehand.
Company #LunchLoops will include bikes free for up to 30 riders
What should I wear and bring?
You may want to think about bringing or wearing things like a pair of shoes that you can bike in, your helmet, a change of clothes (if you don’t want to bike in your work clothes), a water-bottle, sunscreen, sunglasses, and a rain jacket (just in case).