SACRAMENTO, Oct. 6 (UPI) -- California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill legalizing street use of "beer bikes" -- mobile bars with room for up to 15 seated passengers to peddle.
Brown's office tweeted a photo target="_blank"> Sunday of the governor signing the bill on a Sacramento beer bike's bar with his wife, Anne Gust Brown, and their two dogs.
The governor then took a ride on the beer bike with state Sen. Richard Pan, D-Sacramento, the bill's author.
Beer bikes have become popular methods of transport for tour groups in Sacramento and San Diego. The bikes make frequent stops at restaurants and bars.
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The bill signed by Brown leaves it up to local governments to determine whether alcohol can be served while the bikes are in motion.