What makes a cafe popular with bike riders?

IMG_5402Locking areas or bike racks are not necessary for bike riders to frequent particular cafes. So long as there is an outdoor seating area where you can be close to your bike, most bike riders are happy just to leave their bikes nearby.
IMG_5443In the Hunter St mall, it is a place for you to be seen and also for your cool bike to be seen.

IMG_5407If there is a great view, it’s better, but that is not a must have.

IMG_5393If you need to lock up your bike there is usually a fence or post nearby.

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Good coffee and a relaxed atmosphere is important too.

IMG_5446Being close to a bike track can also be an attraction.

IMG_5437And of course it must be on flat ground!

IMG_5447Bon appetit!

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3 Responses to What makes a cafe popular with bike riders?

  1. anniebikes says:

    Cool mugs/glasses also draws me in to a cafe, but the primary thing (for me) is good coffee.

  2. Bank Corner~my favourite cafe in Newcsatle!

    • Vicki says:

      I haven’t seen that one Ian, I’ll have to go there, trouble is that part of town is hell for riding in! Let me know next time you are coming to Newie and I may be able to see you for coffee.

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