Bike Religion is something we all understand. And as Bike Religion introduces Fair Dinkum Coffee and Beer Co it’s a great compliment to our 2 wheeled passion.
Bike Religion is this week’s Featured Shop…so we thought we’d take a minute to show you what’s happening in Dana Point.
I asked Michael Lanzon, owner and creator of Fair Dinkum what the name means. Lanzon says, “the real deal. Food done right, excellent coffee and beer, and a place for the community hang and enjoy the space.”
[fair] • [dink-uhm]
AUSTRALIAN SLANG; VERB
1. HONEST OR TRUE, GENUINE
2.TO PROCLAIM A FACT OR TRUTH IN A STATEMENT, THE “REAL DEAL.”
The ideology behind Fair Dinkum Coffee and Beer Co. was to create an authentic place for people to hang. A viscerally true and genuine experience – where people would say, “Now, that’s Fair Dinkum.”
A vision of founder Michael Lanzon’s since he was a kid surfing in Sydney, Australia. He always imagined creating a clean and sharing lifestyle space where people would congregate and escape from their daily routines – have a coffee or a beer with some complimenting food. A place that you make your own.
Dana Point, California is where this vision has become reality.
As I stopped by Bike Religion the weekend before the Dana Point Grand Prix, I met Michael having breakfast with his daughter and was met with a line of lively guests that Saturday morning in April. It still smells and looks like a bike shop, with all the traditional accessories, tires, tubes, and service….just the front of the store got a face lift and has offered the biker and not-yet-biker a place to meet and the middle and share other passions.
If you want to see life done right, drop into Bike Religion & Fair Dinkum for a great pairing of passions.