While nothing that gets published on the internet is really ever “private”, there are ways to have a “less public” discussion. At the request of a couple of people, I have created a members only discussion forum. While I hope that we will be able to have some free-wheeling off the cuff and candid chat, […]more...
I have spoken to several pedicab drivers that have chronic pain, and other long term problems from putting in long hours on the bike. With SXSW coming up many of us will be on the bike for 8+ hours per day for up to a week straight. This is when we make our money. It […]more...
I’d love for folks to add some captions to these pictures. Can any of you creative folks come up with some good ones?
Chris “Neils” Nielsen has written in to the comments section of the safety meeting post. He suggests that his company is hear to stay. He also suggests that he is operating a legal business, and holds himself to the same standards that Taxi and Pedicab companies are held to. Chris further suggests that the pedicab […]more...
Having been on the road working pedicab events in Washington DC, and Tampa, FL. I have seen how local regulations, physical environment, and patron familiarity can make being a professional pedicab driver very difficult.
In Washington DC, there are no regulations in place to govern the local pedicab industry. There are also dozens of different Automobile […]