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August 01, 2009

Coffee, Thee, and Me, on a Bicycle Built for Two

Extry, Extry, read all about it!

Love and Romance being pedaled at Newport Beach Coffee Shop! ;-D

Love will make you do crazy things. Just ask Kenny Fuller and Pamela Mooney, cycling enthusiasts who tied the knot Thursday morning while wearing Spandex, and while standing outside a Peet's Coffee and Tea, where their romance started.

The Corona del Mar couple rode up on their version of a stretch limo (a $12,000 tandem bicycle) while wearing their versions of wedding attire (a tuxedo jersey for him, a white gown jersey for her).

Instead of “Bridal March,” speakers piped out “Olympic Fanfare” as the lovebirds arrived. The two pedaled to a halt amid 100 or so friends, family and fellow cyclists, who formed an aisle out of 20-speed bicycles.

Congratulations to the happy Bicy, I mean couple! ;-D

Read more of the story, of the Champion Pro Cyclist, and the Gal of His Dreams, see photos, and watch the fun video of the wedding festivities, here:

Cycling couple pedal into marriage.


August 1, 2009 in Cycling News Network | Permalink


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Great writing!

Really fantastic idea about the bike built for two.

Posted by: Adam Torski | Aug 31, 2010 7:40:10 AM

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