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Bike Food Carts

Fueled by pedal power and, often, popsicles, these adventurous entrepreneurs brave the elements and big hills to bring their homemade off...
One dish served fresh every day.
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Pedal Kettle; Portland

In 2010, as Eric Van Gelder pondered how to make the rent, he launched the Pedal Kettle with his former partner Josh Guild “as a low-risk opportunity based on Portland’s love of things pedal powered, and the irresistible power of sugar, salt and fat.” Van Gelder, who has a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from UC Davis, designed and built the bike cart around a 100-pound stainless steel mixing bowl that has become the namesake kettle used to combine those three essential ingredients for his superior kettle corn. thepedalkettle.com

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