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Thursday, September 2, 2010

Meet the Designer of the Taco Bike

Posted By on Thu, Sep 2, 2010 at 6:20 PM

The bike Todd Barricklow designed for Weird Fish. - CALIFORNIA TACO TRUCKS
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  • The bike Todd Barricklow designed for Weird Fish.
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Last month, California Taco Trucks' Cyrus Farivar jumped on the taco bike ― well, with the three-wheeled peddler's designer, Todd Barricklow of Santa Rosa. He designed a taco bike for Weird fish owner Tim Holt (check out Tamara Palmer's post soon after the bike's debut back in June). Barricklow:

The Taco Bike is specifically built for making three different kinds of tacos, and has a four-slot custom griddle so none of the meats touch each other. Also because Weird Fish has a large vegan demographic, the griddle was designed to make sure the veggies are not touching the beef tongue.
Maybe the most surprising news of the interview Farivar's had in the can for two months: Barricklow had designs on building a crepe bike. Alors!

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