Ample Hills Creamery Makes You Work for Your Dessert With Ice Cream Making Bicycle

Ample Hills Creamery is a local ice-cream chain that started out in Brooklyn making small batch ice creams with inventive flavors.

In this video from our friends at Eater, watch as a very small batch of ice cream is made with a crazy ice-cream-churning, human-powered bicycle.

Finally, a workout with the end reward built right in. At Ample Hills Creamery, a New York City-based ice cream maker known for their creative flavors, it’s possible to ride your way to a sundae with their custom ice cream-churning bicycle: just pedal, freeze, and scoop. It’s about a gazillion times better than Soul Cycle.

via Eater

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