Capital City Cycle Tour Expands Operations Bringing 14-Person ‘Brewcycle’ Tour to The Warehouse District  

June 22, 2018

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Capital City Cycle Tour announced the expansion of its operations with a new tour now serving Albany’s warehouse district. On a “Brewcycle” built for 14 riders, groups can explore Albany’s warehouse district, stopping at its many bars, restaurants and craft beverage producers along the tour. Following an early June soft-launch, an event was held Wednesday at the warehouse district’s Lost & Found Bar and Kitchen where the Brewcycle set off on its first official voyage.

Beginning with operations in Troy, Capital City Cycle Tour was established in 2014 by Co-Owner Anthony Ali. The business had a route that included stops at some of the Troy’s most popular establishments. The party bike tour quickly became popular activity for groups and special events. The tour expanded to Schenectady and Hudson in 2015, and the company now features a route in Albany.

The Albany bike route starts at Lost & Found on Broadway and works its way North to visit an array of local craft beverage producers, and gives customers a taste of just what’s brewing in Albany. The cycle can be booked for special events, tours, and groups. Each trip will include stops at craft beverage producers and bars in the warehouse district. Many will offer drink specials to cycle guests. The tour makes stops at locations including Lost & Found, Druthers Brewing Company, Nine Pin Ciderworks, Vintage, and Stout. Several of the businesses are clustered together, so guests can choose which businesses they visit. Learn more at