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Cold brew Coffee Bike Canada

While there have been many changes in the coffee industry, one thing has stayed the same—people’s love for coffee and people’s love for bikes! Icicle Tricycles offers a union of coffee and bikes in the form of our Cold Brew Coffee Bike!
The Icicle Tricycles Cold Brew Coffee Bikes or Hot Coffee Trikes will get your coffee into the hands of customers out and about anywhere.  No matter what kind of equipment you install: airpot, French press, pour-over, AeroPress, or choosing one of our fully installed Tap Setup options for cold brew, coffee is a win!
The Icicle Tricycles Cold Brew Coffee Bike comes completely built with an assembled keg tap setup. We offer C02 and/or nitro coffee setups that are custom fit and made to be mobile! From the Kelowna Farmers‘ and Crafters’ Markets in Kelowna, British Columbia to the Halifax Seaport Farmers’ Market in Nova Scotia Icicle Tricycles is a perfect option to get your Coffee into crowds of customers!
If you are starting out or already have a brick and mortar, Icicle Tricycles can take you to new places. Deliver your beans in style, caffeinate your community at the farmers market, or sample your newest roast around town! A coffee tricycle could also help you expand your catering abilities and help people make warm memories at their special events.
Your vision may be to provide a cozy winter warm-up, a caffeinated summer cool down, or an all-season perk, our vending bikes can help you get there. 


  • Fully Assembled CO2 and/or Nitro Setups with Cornelius Kegs
  • Custom Options for Sixtel Kegs
  • Branding Options

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Our Tap Setups come standard with two 3-gallon Cornelius kegs, one or two tap tower, liquid and gas lines, CO2 or Nitro gas cylinder and all the equipment assembled! We include two 3-gallon ball lock AMCYL kegs with each trike, they are NSF certified for being food safe.
Our Tap Setups work the same as a tap at your local bar. A tap always requires some type of gas, either CO2 or Nitrogen, to force liquid from the keg through the lines and out the faucet.

Please reach out to us with any questions you might have!

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