Bike Food Carts

Fueled by pedal power and, often, popsicles, these adventurous entrepreneurs brave the elements and big hills to bring their homemade off...
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Full Tilt; Seattle

Justin Cline opened the first of his ice cream and pinball parlors in 2008, and launched his first pedal popsicle venture a year later because he loves bikes and grew up around bike vendors in Huntington Beach, California. “I kind of have a bike problem,” says Cline, who owns 13 bikes. Full Tilt now operates three pedal-based routes, one of which serves solely the frozen-treat needs of the Microsoft campus. While the shops sell homemade ice cream, the two trikes and one bike feature Full Tilt–made paletas—from bacon, peanut butter and chocolate to rhubarb lemon.

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