Life after Kickstarter


Last November in a bid to grow and develop The Pizza Bike we started a crowdfunding campaign  that unfortunately end up unsuccessful. Last few months have been extremely challenging in any possible way, but the good news are  that with a lot of hard work and dedication The Pizza Bike  made it through its first winter!

It’s April now and exactly 1 year after attending our first market in Keynsham the project achieved all the goals that were outlined in the initial business plan and concept:

You can find us trading at:

  • Wednesday to Friday  at Green Park Station, Bath – offering delivery service through Deliveroo
  • Every 2nd Sunday at Bath Artisan Market
  • Every 4th Saturday at Galstonbury Farmers Market
  • Every 1st Friday at St. Nicholas Night Market, Bristol
  • Every other weekend at The Harbourside Market, Bristol
  • Bristol Food Connections – May Bank Holiday
  • British Street Food Awards, Bristol – 13 – 15 May

For more info about our whereabouts check

Our handmade pizza dough is now available to purchase from:

We are available for private events through Somerset and beyond  – please get in touch at for more information and free quote.


As a Chief Entertainment Officer at The Pizza Bike micro international local corporation I want to thank everyone who got involved in the project so far  for their hard work, ideas, advices and for believing that something that crazy like a pizza making bicycle can become real!

All systems are up and running and  the next step of the project would be to streamline the set up and put The Pizza Bike on the road! Yes The Pizza Bike v.3.0 code name “Dorset” is already in development and we hope to show it to the world sometime this year.

Making pizza on the back of my orange beach cruiser thought me a lot of things, but probably the most important is:

 What’s possible and what’s not depends entirely on what you can imagine and how hard you are willing to work for it!

Forza Pizza Bike!








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