Icycleta Ice Cream Bike Attachment
Add this easy, way-fun accessory to your Fender Blender Pro for a really crowd-pleasing hot weather pedal-power activity. A great birthday party or camp activity – it’s easy to take turns and still churn out top-of-the-line ice cream. Gelato consistency means great results achievable by pedalers age 7 and up.
Convert your Fender Blender Pro to an Ice Cream Bike. Make 1.5 gallons of ice cream in 20 minutes of relaxed pedaling, or bike blend beverages with the same frame!
The Icycleta goes on and off your FB Pro without tools.
Starting with a simple ice cream base (see our recipes), makes a gallon and a half of ice cream in 20 minutes of pedaling.
The canister, with its clear lid, sits low on the front so kids can look inside. Canisters are among the sturdiest out there – steel, with a fiberglas churn and container, built to last in Amish country. The mechanism is a great intro to STEM, involving lots of physics you can demonstrate while it’s in use. People can eat ice cream, pedal, learn and teach physics, all in one place.
Normal pedaling moves the churn at the perfect speed for making gourmet ice cream, according to pastry chef Kate Zuckerman. Pedaling is smooth, easy, and pleasant. Gelato consistency comes together as you pedal – resistance is not huge, so just put a bigger kid on at the end. Look into canister to see whether it’s done.
Great for company picnics, summer camps, birthday parties, ice cream parlors, farmers’ markets, Edible Schoolyard and farm events. One ice cream company in NY has four for party rentals – and keeps them constantly rented.
In the Box:
- One Icycleta Ice Cream Bike Attachment
- One Slip-Proof V Belt
- One Ice Cream Immergood canister with clear lid
Make two flavors, or just make more ice cream by adding on an additional canister +$280
The ice cream attachment requires a Fender Blender Pro.
- * If you’re adding the Icycleta attachment to a Fender Blender Pro that you already own, check that your wheel has the new pulley mount on the hub: https://rockthebike.com/what-style-wheel-do-i-have/