Have you ever wondered why the Two Wheels location looks the way it does?
There actually was a method to Milo’s madness when he created this spot for local charitable events…
The classic Union 76 gas station and pumps with their signature bright orange is a nod to this corner lot’s original purpose – when it used to function as a gas station.
But he also incorporated the blue and gold colors to honor our local Boulder City High School, as well as placing the large eagle statue on the top of the gazebo.
We asked Milo what this represented to him personally, and he says, “Two Wheels and my eagles statue represent the freedom to become all you can be…and Boulder City High School represents the same goal to all its students.”
So the next time you pass by Two Wheels, give a nod to our local students, the school, and our community who support them on their journey!