Sac Brew Bike owner Chris Ferren-Cirino, right, steers the16 passenger bike down J Street after a stop at Kuprows Craft House on May 25, 2014 in midtown Sacramento. Chelsea Irving, from left, and Megan Sullivan pedal to music blasting though the sound system. The Sac Brew Bike is a eco-friendly cycle that fits fifteen passengers and one driver. The business plans to open a bar on 19th Street.
Sac Brew Bike owner Chris Ferren-Cirino, right, steers the16 passenger bike down J Street after a stop at Kuprows Craft House on May 25, 2014 in midtown Sacramento. Chelsea Irving, from left, and Megan Sullivan pedal to music blasting though the sound system. The Sac Brew Bike is a eco-friendly cycle that fits fifteen passengers and one driver. The business plans to open a bar on 19th Street. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com
Sac Brew Bike owner Chris Ferren-Cirino, right, steers the16 passenger bike down J Street after a stop at Kuprows Craft House on May 25, 2014 in midtown Sacramento. Chelsea Irving, from left, and Megan Sullivan pedal to music blasting though the sound system. The Sac Brew Bike is a eco-friendly cycle that fits fifteen passengers and one driver. The business plans to open a bar on 19th Street. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com
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