Bikevibe – Volume 5, Spring 2017: Velopresso featured in leading bicycle-centric cultural journal

Bikevibe is a well researched, beautifully crafted, and stunningly produced semi-annual city journal (or book!) that aims to portray a city’s culture from cyclist’s point of view. We are thrilled to have made the cut for the London edition – Volume 5 – released this Spring. The photography, essays and interviews are all of a very high calibre and we’re in great company nestled alongside the likes of Brompton, Condor Cycles, Emily Chappell, look mum no hands!, Rapha, and Rouleur, to name a few, as well as articles on cycling infrastructure and other cultural players. Bikevibe London paints a rich and varied picture of London’s cycling scene and is highly recommended. Here’s a teaser quote we particularly like until you get your hands on a copy:

‘There’s no better example of the mysterious affinity between coffee and cycling than Velopresso. This pedal-powered coffee trike is hand-built in London with the same meticulous precision that an expert barista pours into an espresso or a pro-mechanic lavishes on a bike.’
— Peter Dawson, journalist, Bikevibe

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