Bloomington is known for cycling, from the casual bike riders around town to the Little 500. Recently, though, a different type of bike has been pedaling around: the Pedal Pub. Pedal Pub is a two-hour excursion where up to 16 riders can pedal a bike […]Continue Reading
Pub bike debuts, but no booze
The maiden voyage of Bloomington’s first bar-crawl-on-wheels business will launch Friday with not a drop to drink.
Kimberly Wischmeier and her company, Wischful Thinking, have worked with several local government agencies to make Pedal Pub Bloomington a reality. Local laws prohibit any person from consuming alcoholic beverages on a public street, so Wischmeier and city officials agreed on specific guidelines for the company’s two, 16-seat, pedal-powered vehicles. In the course of shuttling patrons between restaurants and bars, Pedal Pub Bloomington will not offer or permit alcohol on its party bikes and the business will operate on a pre-determined route.
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Shane Dunn became a Partner and focuses on Franchise Development for Pedal Pub’s corporate team in 2017 and has served in that capacity since then. Previously, he founded and operated multiple tech firms. In 2004, he founded his first start up and successfully secured […]Continue Reading