This is where sounds of steaming espresso meet revving engines. See See Motor Coffee Co. is a Portland staple for cool motorcycle gear, turbo injected coffee and a community that lives to ride.
Throttle is something we control each day on the road of life. Sometimes, we cruise faster than the speed limit; other times, we coast carefully to take in the surroundings. Whether it’s the kind of day where we lay on or off the throttle, it’s See See Motor Coffee that allows us to fill up our tanks when we hit empty in PDX.
Here, See See has taken its moto-centric brand and created lifestyle pieces that are as addicting as the coffee.
As seasons change in the Northwest, roads are often wet or slick around Oregon. To accommodate for the elements, See See put forth a grassroots movement catering to the community of riders when conditions are harsh. This union of engines and espresso accommodates all types of people as they gather together, drinking amazing coffee and telling stories of windy roads around Oregon’s vast landscape.
The walls inside are mounted with shelves of artistically designed helmets, piston parts, and magazines for the engine savvy. If you don’t ride, you’ll be inspired to do so when connecting to this tight-knit society.
Once you’ve filled your tank, steer towards the moto shop. Here, See See has taken its moto-centric brand and created lifestyle pieces that are as addicting as the coffee. Riding gear, accessories, and apparel are available to keep you stylish when cruising the streets.
So grab a cap and sport the well-known logo: a smiley face with two C’s in the eyes showcasing See See’s dedication to friendly vibes and the great people of Bridgetown. Ride on gents.
The gear here is next level, from riding pieces, to apparel, to all kinds of accessories. Arrive ready to spend some cash or drool over the coolest helmets you’ve ever seen
Coffee roast: Stumptown Coffee (no surprise here)
Check out the airbrushed Espresso Machine — holy wizard coffee magic
See See is known to organize community riding events, stay close to their inner circle for details
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