> I've started seeing this new word "coffeeneuring" crop up. This is apparently
> "the act act of combining two great loves" where one of the great loves is
> "riding a bicycle to/from a coffee shop" and the second is either "drinking
> coffee" or "just hanging out with other cyclists in a coffee shop".
I've rounded up quite a few articles about what I'll term "the importance of having
destinations (or attractors, or hubs) to create a vibrant bike-friendly community".
Sip, Clip, & Go! - Coffee for Cyclists (South Hadley, MA)
Where Cyclists Fuel Up on Carbs in Nyack, NY
Domestique-Café Cyclo Sportif - a Cyclist's Place - near Hamilton, ON (Canada)
Cafe Benelux in Milwaukee
A list/map of regional places frequented by "avid coffeeneurists" could include:
East Millstone: Sunrise Creek Deli & Grocery Pennington, Hillsborough: Starbucks ?
Plainsboro: It's A Grind possibly the only one with a (fake) fireplace listed here.