If anyone can, The Billy Can can!
Hungry mountain bikers no longer need to think about packing lunches before a trip to Laggan Wolftrax MTB trails. The Billy Can mobile kitchen will now be supplying sustenance to visitors to Strathmashie Forest. Bikers can fuel up on porridge before they head out, warm up with homemade soup or local venison burger at lunch time and relax with a cup of Fairtrade tea or filter coffee with a slice of cake at the end of the day.
Husband and wife team Davey and Cheryl Irons, who come from Roy Bridge, founded the company in 2012. Davey told us, “We have a love of good food and of the outdoors, both of which provide the inspiration for The Billy Can”.
The mobile kitchen will be sited next to the offices of The Laggan Forest Trust by the car park at Wolftrax, and will open from Easter onwards. Cheryl said, “We will be open from 9.30-5pm daily during the Easter holidays and will be confirming further dates soon, please check our website for the latest schedule.
The Billy Can not only provide food but also provide cover for bikers in a sturdy 6 x 3m pop-up marquee which will sit on the existing decking at Wolftrax and will shelter the pic-nic tables.
Robin Jackson, Development Manager at LFT commented “The Laggan Forest Trust is delighted to welcome to The Billy Can to Laggan Wolftrax, and we wish them every success in their new venture.”