The Cycle Pub is alive!

In our ongoing coverage of one Oregon company’s courageous attempt to create a bicycle powered by beer, I give you photos of the now-completed Cycle Pub:

Photos courtesy of James Watts

First, humankind invented the wheel. Then ancient wise women discovered the power of fermentation. Now, these brave souls in Bend, Oregon, have combined the two, and they saw that it was good.

I wrote about my dream of having a bier bike in Seattle. Our Puritan liquor laws may prove pesky, but it could be possible. James Watts, founder of Cycle Pub, read my post and has been sending me notes bragging about his project ever since. The pub was built locally and is now complete. It debuted at Bend’s Winterfest last weekend.

Here’s some more bier bike porn for your enjoyment:

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5 Responses to The Cycle Pub is alive!

  1. Patti Pyland says:

    The Bend Cycle Pub was designed and build by Atek Customs. Atek Customs specializes in custom built Party Bikes. Please visit our website today at http://www.ThePartyBike.com for more information, options and pricing.

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  3. tracie says:

    This is the most fun I’ve had on a bike! Sun, fun and my favorite pastime all rolled into one. Want one for yourself? I do! A great business opportunity. Built by Atek Customs. Check them out at http://www.thepartybike.com.

  4. Sylvie says:

    I’ve had visions of somehow getting a keg in the middle of the Conference Bike over at Dutch Bikes, too. Have you ridden that thing? It’s rad.

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