Sprokkets Café named one of the best in the world

For The Ride Magazine named Sprokkets one of top ten Motorcycle Cafés in the world.

  • Oct. 27, 2016 8:00 a.m.

Sprokkets café on the Trans-Canada Highway between Sorrento and Salmon Arm has been named one of the ten best motorcycle cafés in the world by For The Ride Magazine.

Sprokkets Café attached to the Dreamcycle Motorcycle Museum on the Trans-Canada Highway between Sorrento and Salmon Arm was named one of the top ten motorcycle cafés in the world by For The Ride Magazine.

Sprokkets shares the list with cafés from as far away as South Africa, Thailand and Belgium.

The magazine article says Sprokkets was selected for it’s fresh soups and homemade pies and sandwiches, as well as its well stocked gift shop.

The adjoining motorcycle museum showcasing a variety of classic motorcycles is also noted as an attraction for passing motorcyclists.

 

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