Philly Bike Expo sends it!

Delivers the goods… and the people, too!

While we actually delivered our own MINTy goods, Philadelphia certainly delivered the people and what a positively main street all-walks of two-wheelers good vibe the city brought!

Twelve MINTy flavors on tap.

Twelve MINTy flavors on tap.

Philly Bike Expo visionary Bina Bilenky’s plan is working. Now in year ten ‘team Bilenky’ has executed the Expo like a well-oiled high performance machine and continues to draw consumer and dealer support from surrounding regions near and far. 

Well-traveled expo visitors, some who pedaled in from thirty-five miles out, bestowed us with an imaginary vendor-who-traveled-furthest prize – impressed that we’d journeyed from the opposite side of the country. And on that note, three cheers and a MINT Julep toast to all who stopped by to welcome MINT socks to the East Coast – and of course a particular yay you! to ye who got MINTed. Thank you! 

MINT Juleps to those that knew the Instagram posted secret password: MINT Julep, naturally.

MINT Juleps to those that knew the Instagram posted secret password: MINT Julep, naturally.

But alas, and not least, an over-the-moon acknowledgement to Bianch’s Northeast  Business Development Manager, National Bianchi Dama Program Manager and all ‘round woman-extraordinaire Heather Mason and her equally inspiring 12-yr old daughter, Addison. Without Team Mother / Daughter Mason, the show would not have gone on. May everyone be this lucky in life to have such friends. 

Addison Mason & the Goodr Guy make a deal. HINT: I buy your socks, you double MINT Julep me. Deal or no deal?

Addison Mason & the Goodr Guy make a deal. HINT: I buy your socks, you double MINT Julep me. Deal or no deal?

Special thanks to Philly Bike Expo Founder Bina Bilenky, to the entire Expo team, to volunteer Brandon for the MINT booth set –up help, and to the entire team of volunteers.  Thanks for making our participation a positive experience. We’ll be back. 

Suzette Ayotte