Mark Cavendish helps launch world’s first ice-bath 'pub'

30-time Tour de France stage winner Cavendish filling up one of the ice tubs
28/07/2017 - 07:00
Record-breaking cyclist and former Olympian, Mark Cavendish MBE, has announced the opening of Amstel’s Cold Tub Pub, the world’s first ice-bath pub.

The pub, located on London’s Pall Mall, has been designed for cyclists and allows them the chance to recover in one of the pub's custom-built ice tubs for up to ten minutes whilst enjoying a drink.

The Amstel Cold Tub Pub, which will be opened for two days on 29 and 30 July, has been created as part of Amstel’s ‘Ride Together’ partnership with Prudential RideLondon, to accomedate cycling enthusiasts and those competing in the 100-mile-long race.

Cavendish said: “The benefits of ice baths as a recovery aid following an intensive day of exercise are well known. On the back of what will no doubt be a gruelling Prudential RideLondon-Surrey, I am sure the riders will be extremely happy to know that they can be rewarded with an ice bath as well a nice cold Amstel at the finishing line."

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