Lost Signal Brewing Company Is The New Home Of The Trolley Bike

TheTrolleyBike.com is proud to announce they are moving to the Lost Signal Brewing Company in Springfield

The Trolley Bike is proud to announce their recent move from Springfield Brewing Company, to their new home at Lost Signal. Just down the street, Lost Signal occupies the old KICK Radio station building located on College Street. Full of history and character, the metal and wood décor provide a unique space to relax and enjoy a drink.

“While we enjoyed hosting our fun, biking parties from the Springfield Brewing Company, due to a recent expansion, we had to find a new home,” stated The Trolley Bike representative Brian Ash. “We were thrilled to form a new partnership with Lost Signal and believe it is going to be a great experience for everyone.”

Lost Signal is one of the newest brewing companies in Springfield and the addition of The Trolley Bike parties is going to help to drive customers to the location. The entire Springfield region is known for local beer options and being able to taste one made right where you are is one of the most unique factors of this city.

“If you are visiting or a resident, you don’t have to look too far to find events this weekend in Springfield Missouri,” continued Ash. “Why drive when you can pedal with your closest friends? We bring fun and excitement to the road and allow you to enjoy the entire experience with the people you invite.”

The Trolley Bike is the pedal powered party in Springfield and the ideal experience for corporate events, bar crawls, family reunions, weddings, birthdays or just for fun. The company offers affordable prices for eight to 14 people and offers both public and private tours at a per seat rate.

ABOUT THE TROLLEY BIKE

The Trolley Bike is a unique experience for anyone living in or visiting the Springfield area. The company provides a 14-passenger, open-air quadricycle that is more of a “party bus” than a bicycle. Instead of just sitting there doing nothing, those on board have pedals at their feet and riders work with one another to casually power the bike around a designated route and then stop if their thirst needs to be quenched. When a person or group books a trolley, they can choose public or private tours and each excursion is steered and controlled by a conductor, ensuring those drinking on board don’t put others in danger. Fun and pedaling for everyone is what The Trolley Bike company has to offer.

Contact Info:
Name: Brian Ash
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Organization: The Trolley Bike
Address: Springfield, Missouri 65806
Phone: 417-200-4415
Website: https://thetrolleybike.com

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