Just what Downtown needs: a 14-seat bicycle for pub crawls
Pub Cycle Vegas starts pedaling on November 1
Wed, Oct 17, 2012 (10:09 a.m.)
Because having a plethora of cool bars super close to each other is just not cool enough, Downtown bar hoppers will soon be able to make the rounds on a 14-seat bicycle complete with its own designated driver, er, pedaler. Cycle Pub is set to launch on November 1, with a two-hour ride that typically includes three to four stops at bars of your choice that might include Mob Bar, Artifice, Bar + Bistro, Triple George, Hogs and Heifers, Lady Silvia, Downtown Cocktail Room, the Bunkhouse or the Triple 7 Brew Pub at Main Street Station. Just grab 13 friends, if you have that many, plop down $30 per person, mount up, and enjoy a safe, fun way to experience Downtown.
The special 16-foot-long bicycle is manufactured in Bend, Oregon, one of several cities where Cycle Pub already operates (along with Reno and Boise). The Vegas version is brought to you by Russell Davis, John Tippins and Fifth Street Gaming CEO Seth Schorr. “We expect Cycle Pub to be highly popular with both tourists and locals,” Schorr said in a press release. “We recently spent time in Oregon checking out these oversized cycles and they are real attention getters. As the program grows in popularity, we plan to purchase additional bikes.”
No alcohol is allowed on board Cycle Pub. You’ll have to just walk down the street, with your legs, if you want to drink outside of the bars. For more information, visit cyclepubvegas.com.