Bread Pedalers bakery in West Allis has opened its online marketplace

The physical store is not yet open, but The Bread Pedals bakery and cafe in West Allis has opened its doors virtually.

The company, run by bike racing sisters Samantha and Skylar Schneider, held its virtual grand opening on Sunday.

Customers can now order the bakery’s own custom blend of Anodyne coffee, The Bread Pedalers merchandise, as well as products from various small businesses located in Milwaukee and nationwide in online market on the bakery site.

A The opening in May is planned for the bakery at 1436 S. 92nd St.

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“Our idea with this virtual marketplace is to support other small businesses and artists by selling their products,” the Schneider sisters said in an email. “It’s also a way for friends to visit us from afar.”

The Bread Pedalers tea towels, mug and tumbler and musician Trapper Schoepp’s “May Day” vinyl are some of the other items on sale.

No foods or baked goods are currently for sale online. The sisters said their kitchen was still being remodeled and they had to figure out the best way to keep their baked goods fresh during shipping.

You can find more information about the coffee blend selection process and how to start the online store. here.

The sisters opening initially planned for 2021.

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