Move Over Dolores Chiller, Meet The 'Beerdolero'

The messenger-bag-PBR-can-storage arms race continues! Check out Rickshaw Bagworks‘ game-changing “Beerdolero”  innovation, which combines space-saving strap storage and the highly-fashionable Mexican Revolutionary look. All of this comes at a cost though: none of this actually keeps your beverages cool.

There’s another catch: apparently, only five of these were made and they were given away a month ago as part of a St. Patty’s Day promotion. LAME.

Now, I know some of your Rickshaw folks read this here blog. How about another test run for the summer season?


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6 Responses to “Move Over Dolores Chiller, Meet The 'Beerdolero'”

  1. kati says:

    what? we don’t read your blog. ;)

  2. rick says:

    baffling that they are still in business.

    • Andrew Sarkarati says:

      i was all about to jump to rickshaw’s defense . . . then i noticed the picture. good one!

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  4. Jamie says:

    wow, as if we needed yet another hipster douche outfit addition.

  5. Mark Dwight says:

    Greetings from the real “Rick” — aka, Mark — here at Rickshaw (it seems someone named “rick” is using my photo to post on your blog). Yes, of course we read the Mission Mission blog, and we love it! I just wanted to give a little background on our Beerdalero… we made the first three Beerdaleros for our company debut at Interbike 2008, just for fun, and raffled one each day at our booth. We have never made it available for purchase. For one thing, it takes about 2 hours to make a Beerdalero — and we make them right here in SF — so they would be ridiculously expensive at retail. Besides, not everything needs to be commercially exploited. We prefer to make just a few now and then for special occasions and special friends — like Mission Mission. Happy Cinco de Mayo! -Mark