Mojo Bicycle Cafe

A place to rest while keeping your bike safe

Who We Are

If you are into bikes, oversized tubing, and vintage bicycles, then this is the right place for you. You will meet people who love coffee, traditional racing, and wonderful settings. This is a must-visit cafe because it has fast WI-Fi and a place where you can sit with your laptop and complete your report. Many people now considered it a pilgrimage for road riders, especially after hosting the 2017 Grand Race. We have mechanics and chefs who offer the best of both worlds.

More importantly, we invite bicycle experts to talk about the latest fairy tales in the cycling industry. You will get to enjoy many things, such as organic food, the newest beer, and even a quick espresso. In short, this is an oasis of bicycle fun and digital nomads.

The great conversations, energizing coffee, and world-class bicycle repairs cannot be found within one room. Although the calendar is normally packed with events, we haven’t been able to do that in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, we plan to resume in 2021 in earnest. You can become a subscriber member so that you get early access to new events.


We have a very ambitious mission. Our love affair with coffee and cycling began in 2010. That is when we realized that a new culture was spreading across the United States. Our mission was to see people hang their bikes on a wall as they enjoyed the best meals. Later, we realized that the task could be expanded to include memorabilia, vintage machines, and spare parts. The mission has grown to a point where we provide bicycle repairs and the country’s best meals.


Is not just about grabbing a cup of coffee as you watch your bicycle being repaired. It’s about creating a community of cappuccino lovers and cycling tourists. You don’t have to like both at the start. Instead, our mission is to invite anybody to start with what makes them happy. If you love cycling, we will help you enjoy fresh bananas, organic protein powder, and espresso. On the other hand, if you are a person who loves cafes, we have cycling experts that will help you learn how to cycle and join the fun.

Roberto Williams

Roberto is an American cafe owner bike expert. He has always wanted a place where people interested in cycling can meet and enjoy drinks and meals. The idea of cycling spare parts and coffee shelves lining side by side has always captivated Roberto.

He began his cycling adventure in a West German city in the early 1990s. Before long, he realized that most cyclists had to park their bicycles at places that were too far away from any restaurant. When the first bicycle cafes popped up in New York, Roberto was excited. He quickly moved to Atlanta and established the Mojo bike cafe. This turned out to be one of his best decisions because the restaurant has become his primary source of income.




Opening Hours

Mon-Fri: 8 AM – 6PM
Sat-Sun: 8 AM – 3 PM


1458 Hanifan Lane
Atlanta, GA 30303