Remember the custom Ural motorcycle with a coffee machine on its sidecar? Well, here’s another one. This time, it is found half-way round the world in Sydney, Australia. I don’t believe it has a name.
How’s coffee going to represent ‘plant-based dairy alternatives’? I do not know. What we do know is, the Russian Ural has, for the second time, become a true cafe racer.
We shan’t dig into the nitty gritty on how it was conceived and built. If you want to know, do hit up this article by BIKEEXIF to learn more. All we can say is, more work has been done on the sidecar to accommodate a La Marazocco Espresso Machine, along with a fridge, coffee grinder, milk jug rinser, dry storage space and a waste disposal system.
Like the See See Motorcycles’ and the Traeger Grills commissioned Indian Motorcycle with Wood Fired Grill sidecar, the The Alternative Dairy Co. Cafe Racer by Gasoline Motor Co. further shows the versatility of a sidecar.
It’s a revelation. Did our forefathers invented the sidecar not for humans. Just kidding. It is, but who wants to ferry a human when it can earn you some bills? Full story and more photos over at BIKEEXIF.