Photo: The Peloton Café

Lovers of cycling or walking, and good coffee? The Peloton, if it is not already there, will quickly become your rallying point.

Ideally located between the quays of the Seine, near Saint Louis Island and the Saint Gervais Saint Protais church, this café with a Parisian bistro atmosphere promises you a “shot” of caffeine roasted by Cafés Belleville, from latte and other delicious vitamin drinks to enjoy before or after your trip.

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At the head of the Peloton, Christian and Paul, two cycling enthusiasts who have only one motto: “build community”. Because after organizing bike tours for ten years, they realized how life in Paris really is “better together”. Motto, more relevant than ever!

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Since its opening, the coffee shop has welcomed every day “groups of cyclists returning from a morning run, parents who meet after school for a coffee or a chai latte, travelers sharing their adventures over a waffle still hot and a craft beer, and of course the neighborhood regulars, fans of their cookies and hot chocolate from the start.

It is to maintain this link and unite their Maraisian and international community that the two acolytes have developed a line of t-shirts and mugs to discover on the Peloton website. For those who are lucky enough to be there, they are waiting for you for a take-out order and if you have time, to chat!

The Peloton Café
17, Rue du Pont Louis-Philippe, 75004 Paris
Monday to Friday, 9 p.m. to 17:30 p.m.
Weekends from 9 a.m. to 18 p.m.
Tel: +06 18 80 84 92

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©Le Peloton café

Text: Sandrine Maggiani

26.04.21

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