Small-batch coffee roasters are a dime a dozen in coffee-crazy Portland, but coffee and bike aficionado Charles Wicker has set his Trailhead Coffee apart in a number of ways. First, all of the micro-roaster’s wholesale deliveries are made in a locally made cargo bike. You’ll frequently see Wicker at the helm of his “bicycle café,” offering free coffee at bike-friendly events, including the monthly “Shift to Bicycles” days, where coffee and breakfast are offered to encourage people to commute by bike. As for the coffee itself, Trailhead purchases most of their beans from Café Femenino, a social program that helps support women who grow organic coffee. Wicker pays higher than fair-trade prices for the carefully chosen beans and donates a percentage of profits to the company’s grant program to help rural women and their families in specific projects such as building safe water treatment plants in Peru. The “do the right thing” philosophy carries over to their brick and mortar operation, Accidental Café. The tiny café, also home to their carbon-neutral roastery, charges on an anonymous “pay as you like” scale and hosts single-origin coffee tastings.