Growler City Bicycle by Joey Ruiter

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

It seems that with each passing day we encounter another ingenious innovation within the cycling sector, and today brings us the Growler City Bicycle – a bike built specifically for the beer lover in all of us.

Commuters who opt out of cars in favor of its 2 wheeled counterpart still need to do everyday errands, but now with much less storage space. One such errand (although it can be a bit more recreational than most) is transporting beverages from point A to point B. And not just any beverage either. We’re talking about getting beer back to the pad from your local brewery. Industrial designer Joey Ruiter decided to tackle this task head on with his Growler City Bike. The bike is equipped with meaty 29 inch tires, monarch springer front end, and a built-in growler holder that will allow riders to transport 64 ounces of the good stuff. Of course you can also substitute the beer with milk (or any other beverage for that matter), but we prefer to think of this thing as an awesome setup for summer barbecues.

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