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We created our Motorcycle centric retail and coffee cafe to provide such a space for that community. Our company has.. and always will be inclusive to all riders of all types at all levels and at all times.
We've paved the way for many other small moto-centric folks to do the same in their own local communities. See See Motorcycles' name is a play on our logo which has ALWAYS been a smiley face with two C's as it's eyes... showcasing our friendly approach to getting out there, riding motorcycles and enjoying it too.
We have a very unique setup here with our motorcycle centric space, we combine engines and espresso all under one roof. We love our regulars, and our first timers! If you've never been in, make sure to stop by and check us out.
SEE SEE PORTLAND
1642 NE Sandy Blvd.
Portland, OR 97232
Monday - Friday, 7am - 7pm
Weekends, 8am - 6pm
The See See Coffee Slayer
The See See Coffee Slayer is one part Italian, One Part Russian, Made in America and slinging coffee from ALL OVER THIS GREAT GLOBE.
Built by See See Motorcycles owner Thor Drake in our tiny little fabrication shop, this coffee slinging Ural is our third arm. See See takes this mobile unit to races, events, and even the middle of the woods to serve up the worlds finest espresso anywhere and anytime.
Click here to download a PDF with more details and pricing.
Email us to inquire about booking the cart for your next event.
Coffee doesn't grow on motorcycles, but if it did... the Scrambler Blend would be a likely candidate.
The perfect cup? We think so - an ironclad quality guarantee, from See See to you, that this coffee is the greatest.
Its rich chocolatey flavors blended with a sweet caramel finish is a sure-fire way to start your day, however you brew your coffee at home. It even brews nicely in that ol' off-white, mid-nineties, probably-never-cleaned Mr. Coffee maker in the corner of your shop.
The See See Scrambler Blend has a syrupy richness, supreme body and full flavors not to miss. Don't just take our word for it - try it out for yourself.
Best way to have a little See See every day, wherever you are.
Proudly roasted in the great NW with our pals at Proud Mary Coffee for your total pleasure any place on this planet.
When brewing Scrambler as espresso for milk-based drinks, you want to aim for a 1:2 ratio. Meaning one part dry espresso grounds (dose), to two parts final beverage weight (yield).
Origins: Honduras | Brazil | El Salvador
Recipe: Espresso - 1:2.5 | Filter - 1:17
Notes: Chocolate fudge, caramel, date, with a big syrupy body