SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KFSN) -- It's now legal for "beer bikes" to operate on city streets in California.
Governor Jerry Brown signed the bill while riding a beer bike today in Sacramento with his wife and their two dogs.
Beer bikes have been popping up in the capital city and in San Diego as a riding tour.
They often stop at bars and restaurants.
The new law creates a vehicle safety standard for these bike buses that allow up to 15 people to pedal at once.
But local governments get to decide if alcohol can be served on board.
Governor Jerry Brown signs bill allowing beer bikes