Velo Domestique is Bournemouth’s first bike café. Founder Dan talks about an idea that became a reality.
Velo Domestique is Bournemouth’s first bike cafe, it’s ethos is to keep you rolling. whether your bike needs fixing, you want fuel by way of delicious fresh food served straight from the kitchen or you simply want to take five and kick back with some locally roasted poured over coffee, they’ve got you covered.
Owner Dan talks about why he started Velo, the area he loves and what keeps him rolling.
A chilled atmosphere and a welcoming community spirit is what you’ll find when you walk through the doors. Situated in Southbourne on the grove along the SOBO mile, Velo Domestique doesn’t only cater for those inclined to travel by two wheels, it’s all about family, from the cyclists to the freelancers, the foodies to the coffee lovers, the dog walkers to the families young and old, everyone is treated equally.
With a non pretentious artisan feel to the decor, up-cycled furniture, concrete counters and some clever details, the cafe itself sets the perfect tone between productive workshop and a relaxed venue for delicious food, great coffee and carefully sourced craft beers.
Grab some food or a coffee and get your bike sorted. Velo hold several events in the evenings including film previews, poetry nights, evening ride outs and community gatherings. Keep updated via their socials or pop in and ask.
176-180 Seabourne Rd