INVENTOR Colin Furze cooks on the bake of a motorbike — fitted with a pizza oven.
He came up with the idea to make sure takeaway deliveries are fresh and piping hot.
Inventor Colin Furze cooks on the back of a motorbike — fitted with a pizza oven[/caption]
Colin came up with the idea so pizzas were fresh and piping hot when they reached the punter, rather than lukewarm as with usual delivery methods[/caption]
The inventor, above, said: ‘The oven is heavy so the bike is hard to manoeuvre. And it’s pretty hard to roll the pizza dough.’[/caption]
Colin, 40, works in the portable “kitchen” as the rider weaves his way through traffic.
His design sees the bike stretched by two metres.
He said: “The oven is heavy so the bike is hard to manoeuvre.
“And it’s pretty hard to roll the pizza dough.
“We had a few teething problems where it flew off, but we got it to work.
“The bike can go up to 60mph but we usually go around 30mph as it’s easier to make the pizza if it’s not going so fast.
“The oven is gas-powered so you have to leave it for 10 minutes to heat up, but once you put the pizza inside it only takes a few minutes to cook.
“I’ve tried out the delivery service on neighbours and friends and they love it.”
YouTuber Colin, of Stamford, Lincs, who previously built a hot tub car, added: “I’ve tried out the delivery service on friends and they love it.”
Colin, who linked up with restaurant, Pizza Da Mario in Stamford, to get advice on making the pizzas, said he was very pleased with the bike, but admitted it wouldn’t work so well if it was raining.
Colin has tried the innovative delivery service out on friends and neighbours, who all ‘love it’[/caption]
The oven is gas-powered and needs 10 minutes to warm up when it arrives at the delivery address, but then the pizza is ready in just a few minutes[/caption]
Colin works in the portable ‘kitchen’ as the rider weaves his way through traffic. His design sees the bike stretched by two metres[/caption]
September 07, 2023 at 11:25PM
from The Sun