Anyone who has been to London recently can’t have failed to notice them. Pedal Me’s hot-pink-accented fleet of electric cargo bikes is piloted by highly-skilled, well-trained riders is changing the landscape of same day deliveries and passenger transport in London.
Pedal Me’s ICBF 2022 plan…
At ICBF 2022, Pedal Me will be bringing the party. And we mean that literally – they will be bringing all of the drinks and equipment required to keep the International Cargo Bike Festival at World of eMobility going after-hours. By cargo bike.
Here’s the plan: on Mon 24th October, three Pedal Me cargo bikes and riders will pick up drinks and mixers from London-based East London Liquor Co and The Berry Company in East London. On board will also be the Lionbeat sound system. From there they will ride to Harwich, catch the ferry to the Netherlands and ride to the ICBF.
They’ll be joined there via Eurostar by Pedal Me colleagues to collect 12 brand new Urban Arrows from their Amsterdam HQ – bike numbers 98-108 in Pedal Me’s fleet. They will all attend the festival then ride en-masse back to London.
At the ICBF, Pedal Me will be playing music rom 1400 each day from a cargo bike DJ booth on their stand (D10). And from 1700-1900 they will serve drinks from a cargo bike bar.
Why, you might ask? They are saving on carbon emissions, making a statement and bringing the party to the people, cleanly and efficiently. It’s the Pedal Me way.
Follow their journey:
Pedal Me’s ICBF in numbers
12 new bikes collected
600 cans of drink from the East London Liquor Co
300 cartons of juice from The Berry Company
8 x 12kg Soundboks speakers from Lionbeat
1 DJ console
11.34kg total CO2 emissions
3 cargo bikes
214.2kg equivalent 2 vans
70.56kg equivalent 2 e-vans
Visit Pedal Me at the ICBF – they will be on Stand D10. Their ICBF exhibitor profile is here.