Mobile Coffee Shop Powered By A Bike

Mobile Coffee Shop Powered By A Bike
Design

Relying on human-power instead of electricity, the Velopress could become the coffee cart of the future.

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 19 september 2012

Amos Field Reid and Lasse Oiva have developed an ingenious and sustainable vehicle for selling coffee on the street.

Velopresso is a celebratory fusion of human power, sensory pleasures and technology — old tech with hi-tech, bicycles and coffee, their engineering and aesthetics. The result is an innovative pedal-powered mobile coffee-making machine for off-grid selling of quality espresso and its derivatives with a compact footprint and near silent ultra-low carbon human-powered operation — fine coffee, no electricity, no motors, no noise.

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