Boozing while biking

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Fishers has its first adult brews pedal bike.

The Pint Cycle is a 16-person bike similar to The Handlebar Pedal Pub and Pickle Peddler in Indianapolis, where riders pedal to different local establishments and drink along the way.

Chris Hutchinson, founder of niche consulting company The CoLab Group, started the business with his wife.

The Pint Cycle makes stops at Brixx Pizza and Nickel Plate Bar & Grill and will add Four Day Ray Brewery to the list once it opens.

Each tour starts and ends at the corner of Technology Lane and Visionary Way.

Beer and wine is allowed on the bike, but hard liquor is prohibited.

Interested riders can make reservations on The Pint Cycle’s website. Special tours for the Fishers concert series and the Farmers Market are currently being scheduled. A holiday lights tour will also be offered in December.

Riders can sign up individually or as a group. Group tour prices range from $315-$415, and individuals can sign up for $30.•

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