Yes, it's a pub on wheels! The Pedal Pub holds up to 16 people, plus the driver, and has 10 pedaling seats. It's a great way to carbo-load while getting your sweat on!
First off, however, Rachel made dinner reservations for us at Fabulous Fern's in St. Paul. Yum!
|For gifts, Rachel requested 30 of something. I gave her 30 mini Clif bars, 30 cat stickers, and 330 temporary tattoos.|
|Rachel and her fiance, Matt|
|Having fun with one of her 30 "gifts that came from the Dollar Store and use your mouth"|
|Seth and Laurie give Rachel 30 hugs and kisses|
|Riders have to provide their own alcohol, but there is a nice tap set up for a keg|
|Getting started down the street|
|We backed up traffic until those vehicles following us could pass us|
|Future hubs is having a good time as we head down Selby Avenue|
Here's a video of us pedaling away...
... and heading downhill...
Those of us who sat on pedal seats got quite the workout!
|Taking a breather|
Rachel ordered a delicious German chocolate cake from Cafe Latte, so we made a stop along the way to pick it up and eat it on the Pedal Pub.
|Singing "Happy Birthday" to our dear friend|
|Cutting the cake|
|Cake and Surly Hell (great beer, btw!)|
After consuming that delicious cake, we headed on our merry way again.
|We cracked open the mini-keg of Bell's Oberon|
|These bikers didn't intimidate us!|
We stopped at the Muddy Pig for a few drinks. I had had enough beer at this point, and was content to watch the birthday girl take shots.
At the end of the night, we helped the driver get the Pub back onto the trailer so he could transport it to the garage.
Everyone had a great time on the Pedal Pub and sending our friend into her 30s with plenty of fun memories.
Have you ever done a pub crawl or something like the Pedal Pub before? If so, what was your experience like?