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About us

This website is maintained by Ken Cameron. Please contact Ken Cameron directly if you have any questions about the content of this website, need additional information, would like to schedule a media interview, would like to contribute an article, or think something should be added, or removed.

About Ken:

Ken Cameron is a seven+ year veteran of the pedicab industry, part time pedicab driver, and full time pedicab entrepreneur.  He has operated pedicabs in Prague, Czech Republic, Denver Colorado, Washington DC, Tampa Florida, Clear Water Florida, and Chicago Illinois, Austin TX, Houston TX, Arlington TX, and Fort Worth TX.  He has previously been employed as a certified welder, machinist, computer technician, film technician, and bicycle mechanic.

Ken currently co-owns Movemint Bike Cab with David Knipp.

When not working, Ken spends time with is wife and new baby.

About David Knipp:

David is a 7 year veteran Pedicabber having operated pedicabs in Houston, Austin, Denton, Marfa, Galveston,  and Arlington Texas, as well as Washington, D.C., Tampa And Clearwater Florida. David is a second generation entrepreneur who when not “mench making” draws strength from his loving parents, friends and the cool waters of the San Marcos river.

David has a background in education, carpentry, and bee keeping.

About Movemint Bike Cab:

Movemint started in April 2009 after Dave and Ken tired of encountering too many limitations in the traditional nightly pedicab rental marketplace. Starting with 4 pedicabs Movemint has organically grown to meet the demand of its riders to a fleet of  53. Movemint currently only operates our primary fleet in Austin, Texas.

Visit the Movemint Facebook page to see more about our latest adventures.

Ken can be reached via email:

ken at austinpedicab dot org

or by phone: (512) 584-9233

David can be reached at:

phone: (512) 665-2454

or email: mrdavidandrew at gmail dot com

2 comments on “About us

  1. I bought the classic pedicab from Main Street Pedicab last October and established a small one unit business here in Weatherford, Texas. No one is biting. I drive a school bus M -F and operate Pedicab on Sat and Sun. Local Police dept. says if I charge a fair I must have a Permit to solicit. ($50.00 for 45 days) Restrictions: can’t work on Sun. or anytime after 6PM or before 9AM. If I don’t charge and operate on tips, no permit is required. (no restrictions) I have the required insurance: liability, theft, etc. There doesn’t seem to be a market here. Do you know where I can hire on as an owner operator? I also have a small 20 ft. travel trailer and a pickup. (pedicab fits in back of pickup.) I am 62 yrs old and do long distance bicycle riding in the summer. I don’t smoke, drink, or take any medications. I have a clean criminal, driving, and credit history and I’m a retired Army Veteran. I’m divorced, own a house with land and have lived here since 1992. What advice can you give me? With all of that experience you have, you must have some ideals. Thank you for taking the time you took to read all of this.

    1. I forgot to mention that I have a Class A – Commercial Drivers License with the following endorsements: Passenger, School bus, Double/Triple Trailer, Tank Vehicle, Hazardous Materials. (requires an FBI background investigation). I also have a Texas Concealed Handgun License (requires an FBI background investigation). Texas Dept. of Public Safety says I don’t need Chauffeur’s Permit up here. Do I need it in Austin? I’ve had my CDL since 1994. I have driving experience with tractor/trailer rigs, prison, college, and school buses, trash compactor truck, heavy armored truck with hydraulic lift, oil field tanker vacuum truck. I’ve done over the road (all 48 states and Canada). I have an AAS in Corrections, AAS in Law Enforcement, and I am a graduate of Weatherford College Police Academy. Although I have never been a Police officer, I do have 17 yrs. experience in the Security field. I’d just like to finish my transportation career as a pedicab owner/operator with a reasonable amount of experience. Again, I want to thank you for your time.

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