A Restaurant on Two Wheels: The DIY Taco Bike

Serious Eats' latest Meet and Eat features Todd Barricklow, creator of the Taco Bike, an eco-friendly alternative to the fast growing food truck industry. The 200+ pound bike is equipped with a propane tank, three sectioned griddle, water tank, heat exchanger, wash sink, wastewater hold, ice holder and sectioned food area, trash can, napkin holder, table, money drop, chopping boards and more.

A Restaurant on Two Wheels: The DIY Taco Bike

Barricklow describes his building process:

"It took about three months and a lot of that time was spent standing around with a beer in my hand, scratching my head, and wondering, 'How the hell is this going to work?' Conceptually, I found it challenging. I didn't know if it was possible to have a small restaurant on three wheels and if it was, could you still peddle the bike? The most difficult part was tracking down all of the parts I needed. I was ordering parts from RV supply stores, home brewing stores, camping stores, chemical and liquid processing stores, and industrial restaurant supply stores..." (read more)

A Restaurant on Two Wheels: The DIY Taco Bike

A Restaurant on Two Wheels: The DIY Taco Bike

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