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If you’ve been to New Haven lately, you might have seen a strange vehicle on her streets.
It looks like a bar on wheels, complete with barstools and a countertop, and even a bartender, Another strange thing about it is that it’s a human-powered contraption, pedal-powered by the the cool people sitting at the bar.
It’s called the Elm City Party Bike, and now it’s coming to Milford.
The Elm City Party Bike offers groups of 8-15 the ability to visit restaurants while viewing architecture, historical sites, the coast and more. Each seat on the party bike has a set of pedals, and while a trained Elm City driver steers the bike.
“The town’s amenities run the gamut from paddle boarding to world-class theater, from quaint shops to high-end dining,” Blake said. “Now both residents and tourists alike can take it all in from the unique vantage point of a multi-person bike — and see what makes Milford a great place to both live and visit.”“We are honored to take part in some of the best events in the state taking place this spring and summer in Milford,” said says Colin Caplan, partner in the Elm City Party Bike. “The Party Bike offers residents and visitors a green, pedal-powered sightseeing experience, and is another way to show off Milford's amazing shops and restaurants, its storied history and the city's integral sense of place,”
The BYO-style bike launches its first pedal to kick off Memorial Day weekend and summer in Milford on Thursday, May 25, 2017 at 4 p.m. at City Hall followed by an evening pedal downtown from 6 to 8 p.m.