Chamber holds ribbon-cutting for BierCycle Adventures

photo courtesy of Greater Stillwater Chamber of Commerce
Pat Wolf, owner of BierCycle Adventures, cuts the ribbon to celebrate the launch of her new business while staff and other local business owners join the fun. Rose Floral of Stillwater donated the ribbon.

The Greater Stillwater Chamber of Commerce held an Oct. 5 ribbon-cutting ceremony for BierCycle Adventures in Stillwater, with BierCycle staff and other local business owners celebrating and experiencing the multi-person Joseph Wolf BierCycle.

BierCycle Adventures offers a fun and interactive way to learn about Stillwater. The bike accommodates up to 10 pedalers and 3 non-pedalers and is used for guided public and private tours in downtown Stillwater. The public tours are 35 minutes and include a trained tour guide.

Private tours are also available to celebrate different occasions such as birthdays, corporate events, anniversaries, pub-crawls, progressive dinners, group cardio workouts or a fun night out.

The bike also has a small electric motor that helps pedalers needing for extra assistance on their tour as well as a water-misting feature for those hot days.

BierCycle Adventures owner Pat Wolf is a Stillwater native and the great-granddaughter of Joseph Wolf, the founder of the Joseph Wolf Brewery. She hopes that in time, the multi-person pedal bike will be a “must do” activity for the locals and visitors.

BierCycle offers public tours at $12 per adult and $10 per child ages 6 to 11 years and free to those under the age of 5.  Check their website for private tour prices. For riders of legal age, beer and wine are allowed on the bike.

Weather permitting, Wolf and her staff will offering tours into December. During public tour hours, the BierCycle departs from the east side of Water Street just north of Myrtle Street near the new pedestrian walkway in downtown Stillwater. For more information, visit or call (651) 300-2202.