THE SHUSWAP’S BEST KEPT SECRET

You’re going to love this place! Sprokkets Café opened up in May 2012 at the corner of Balmoral Road and the Trans Canada Highway in Blind Bay, BC. This café is listed on For The Ride’s Top 10 Café Racer Haunts around the world.  With fresh soup, homemade pies and sandwiches on offer, Sprokkets Café is part of the Dreamcycle Motorcycle Museum located in the South Shuswap. The motorcycle museum showcases classic and collectable rides, while a well-stocked gift shop offers plenty of mementos for anyone on a trans-Canadian journey.

Sprokkets Café Made from Scratch Buns
Sprokkets Café Made from Scratch Buns
Sprokkets Café Made from Scratch Buns

ORGANIC FAIR TRADE COFFEE

Sprokkets Café proudly serves reSIProcate coffee. The idea behind reSIProcate was to create coffees focused on giving back, one sip at a time. By refraining from the use of pesticides, we’re taking a stand to protect and sustain the environment for generations to come, and by supporting local charities we’re enriching the lives of many Canadians. Socially and environmentally responsible, reSIProcate coffee comes with a true feel-good story and is available in several varietals and blends.

PIES, DESSERTS & MORE TO GO!

If you want one of our amazing homemade pies, a box of muffins or a tray of homemade squares, cinnamon buns or sandwiches to go – just let us know. We make everything fresh – so if you want your very own batch to go – please call ahead to place your order.

The Farkle gang takes a spring trip to the interior, visiting their friends at the Dreamcycle Museum and Sprokkets Café. Imagine owning over 100 motorcycles! We cook up some camel balls on our first ride to eat. Steve shows off his finished peashooter, Clive tells us to take off and Bev shares his beloved ride. All this and more on this episode of FARKLE Garage. WATCH THE EPISODE!

DREAMCYCLE
MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM

Hit the road! Not all great adventures involve long distances and long, winding miles of tarmac. Sometimes a quick Sunday ride and a made-from-scratch breakfast will do just fine. Tour the museum, then head out for a few more miles of mind-blowing scenery, along breathtaking shorelines and among lush hills.