Whimsical Pedicabs and Oppressed Delivery Guys – Oct.2017 Utility Cycling Roundup

A dazzling display of pedicabs, bedazzled the Philadelphia streets in an amazing display by Cai Guo_QianqDeriq Carr tells the story of how he launched Los Angelos Pedicab Company.  Austin pedicab riders make their big paydays when the big events come to town.  And an entrepreneurial teen is discovering opportunity in pedaling people at the Cedar City Shakespeare Festival.

UPS is testing out their electric cargo delivery trikes in Toronto.  Bike messengers in Berlin are captured on videoLatinas in Queens are hitting the streets on bicycles to deliver news and information for immigrant services.  Foodora delivery cyclists prepare for winter conditions in Edmonton and Calgary.  James Tait tells his story of delivering hot vegan meals in Glasgow.  And NYC food delivery cyclists face a crackdown by Mayor Bill de Blasio.

Cai Guo-Qiang’s Whimsical Pedicabs Light Up Philly by Dominic Deluque on September 22, 2017


Meet Deriq Carr of The Los Angeles Pedicab Company by Voyagela Staff on September 17,2017


These veteran pedicab drivers stake their fortunes on festivals like Austin City Limits by Ada Merritt on October 09, 2017


This Cedar City teen’s pedicab company is transforming ride services to and from the Utah Shakespeare Festival by Bree Burkitt on September 24, 2017


UPS to test cargo bikes for deliveries in Toronto by Ben Spurr on October 23, 2017


BERLIN BIKE MESSENGERS! by Francis Cade on September 9, 2017


Connecting immigrants with NYC services through CycleNews by Madeline Bair on August 21, 2017


Food delivery company gears up for Alberta’s tough winters — on bikes by CBC News on October 20, 2017


Meals on wheels: Delivery cyclist on new vegan journey by Victoria Pease on October 8, 2017


Bill de Blasio, Populist, Unleashes Police Power on Take-Out Delivery Guys by Henry Grabar on October 20, 2017


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One thought on “Whimsical Pedicabs and Oppressed Delivery Guys – Oct.2017 Utility Cycling Roundup”

  1. Rob says:

    This is a classic case of mayorial overreach, and it makes absolutely no sense—but it’s the Big Apple.

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