|This motorcycle-themed caf� is an extension of the adjacent bike shop. It's a small space decorated with plastic motorcycle toys hanging from strings on the ceiling, there are photos and posters of motorcycles, motorcycle wear and helmets displayed about, and they even use a Snap-On red tool box for offering coffee condiments. They have three small indoor tables, some indoor stools, and one table on the sidewalk outside when the weather allows. They proudly brand the place with their choice of Caffe Trieste beans. The owners and staff/gearheads are a friendly bunch with good eclectic taste in music (when I was there, one of the owners was playing the part by hobbling about in an ankle cast). Using a red two-group La San Marco, the barista takes an appropriate amount of time to carefully pull espresso shots. We originally found the crema to be little more than a thin, medium brown ring, but on revisits it has been darker and slightly richer. The shot sizes have also decreased a little, improving the body and potency of the shot. The resulting cup is flavorful, though it leans towards a non-ashy smoky/tobacco flavor. When the shots are small, the flavor might exhibit some sweeter notes. They are also decent at milk-frothing, and they correctly make proper points about what a macchiato is and isn't.