Triciclo: New, Mobile Coffee Cart at the Popular Kedron Brook Bikeway

Photo credit: Instagram/TRICICLO

A new mobile coffee cart, Triciclo, will soon be a familiar sight at the Kedron Brook bikeway, one of the most popular exercise routes in the suburb.

Triciclo, aptly named for its three-wheeled mobile conveyance, is the brainchild of hospitality industry newcomers Aly Hope and James Marshall. 

Before venturing into this new business which opened in late April 2021, Aly and James worked as a hospital pharmacist and a surveyor, respectively. Today, the two are trying their hand at an entirely new industry with hopes of supplying some of Brisbane’s morning crowd and bikeway regulars with their morning coffee fix on the go.

Kedron Brook Bikeway, oft-visited for its picturesque scenery, stretches approximately 12 to 16 kilometres depending on the route taken. Cyclists can expect a path that starts at Mitchelton and ends at Nundah, or vice versa.  Triciclo will be set up at Gordon Park just beside the bridge that leads to Kokoda Park.

For more information on Triciclo, and for the latest updates and announcements concerning the coffee cart, follow their Instagram page. Learn more about the Fonzie Abbott coffee roasters at their website here.

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