Vintage Bicycle Bar pops up in London

I saw something about Bicycle Bar pop-up on facebook the other day, clicked into the link and thought to myself ‘damn that’s a good idea, who thought of that?’ Then I scroll down and see it’s my very own cousin, Jo Becker along with her partner in crime, Dan Lloyd. So proud.

It’s well known that us Londoners are always on the look out for a new way to consume a tipple or two – we’ve had them outta treasure chests, jam jars and teacups…so what’s next? It’s also known that we’re partial to a bike as well – aren’t we Boris? Aren’t we Hipsters? So kudos to Jo and Daniel for being a very intuitive duo and putting the two together.

Bicycle Bar is a quirky new vintage watering hole on wheels, where drinks are served from the baskets of classic butcher’s and baker’s bicycles. The creative London-based founders, Dan Lloyd and Jo Becker, were inspired by the vintage style of these old trade bicycles that have been used to deliver meat, bread and other staples for more than a century.

We love these classic bikes which combine traditional style with timeless functionality and wanted to get them back to work. Our Bicycle Bar has replaced loaves with liquor to bring vintage flair to parties and events.

Bicycle Bar is a charming concept bar that can pop-up just about anywhere, and is bound to be very popular at weddings, parties and events. The founding duo can tailor their service to any event, serving guests with anything from Champagne to cocktails, or wine to whisky. Bicycle Bar can act as a complimentary bar to guests at private events, or as a regular paid bar service.

Dan and Jo are aware that each venue works differently, and will happily help with licensing formalities if required. The team can supply drinks as part of the package, or work with the organiser or venue to serve drinks on their behalf.

Bicycle Bar is based in London, but has an adventurous spirit and loves to travel.

So quirky, so cool. We love it!
for bookings/more information email
or call 07765 484442

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