I was cycling home from work on Monday when out of the corner of my eye I spotted an ice cream work cycle. Even at 200 yards I could see it was a Pashley and so rushed over for a quick look. The tricycle was beautifully kitted out with umbrella, bell and of course a ton of delicious ice cream. As you would expect from a Pashley the attention to detail was second to none, the bike having a high quality frame (great lugs) and even a Brooks B33 saddle. The proud owners, Cafe BonBon, rent this 1920’s style work cycle for weddings, fêtes, etc… You can find all the details HERE or by telephoning 07515 893294.
I could not resist taking some photos of my Pashley roadster with the Pashley ice cream tricycle.
While chatting with Mr BonBon we realised that my ukulele band ‘The Night Owls’ and the 1920’s work cycle are both looking to lend a little nostalgia to weddings and garden parties. Well that seems like an opportunity to post a ukulele video; so here are ‘The Night Owls’ performing the 1925 classic ‘Sweet Georgia Brown’. If you want to lend an air of vintage sophistication to your event or function, get on and book the Cafe BonBon ice cream cycle and The Night Owls band.
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The ice cream Pashley came fully stocked with some great flavours and the generous owner let me sample some of the raspberry. This act of generosity cyclist to cyclist got me thinking…
If there is any cyclist out there in internet land who wants a FREE UKULELE LESSON just post a comment here and I will arrange one with you. If you live too far away to cycle for the lesson, I can arrange a video lesson live on Skype.