Pedicab Salt Lake City — Pedicabs

Pedicab Salt Lake City

Recent; 2014; 2013; 2012; 2011

During the day, we specialize in tours including Temple Square Tour and City Creek Tour. We can customize any historic tour around downtown Salt Lake City.. wanna see the Governors Mansion or Cathedral of the Madeline?

In the evenings, we focus on Salt Lake's delicious restaurants and live entertainment. We cater to the many bars, clubs & special events around downtown SLC.


Established in 2009.

We are the best & longest operating pedicab business in SLC!

We started SLC Bike Taxi with just 2 pedicabs and have grown to 8 pedicabs in June 2014! The introduction of pedicabs to Salt Lake City has been a fun & exciting ride. Salt Lake City residents & tourist have used us for shopping trips, city tours, weddings, date nights, bachelorette parties.. and the list goes on!

We continue to provide the best service year after year.. let us show you way we love Salt Lake City!

Meet the Business Owner

Originally from NYS, by way of Wyoming, I have been in Salt Lake City since 2000. It was Utah College of Massage Therapy that brought me here. After graduating, I moved back to Jackson Wyoming.

While in Jackson, I worked with Dave Hunger at Teton Mountain Bike Tours. This gave me a taste of working on my bicycle and excellent customer service. It was great showing people rural landscapes, historical sites and wild animals like free-range American Bison.

In 2009, I was in my second year working as a Massage Therapist, at the Cliff Spa in Snowbird. Needless to say, the summertime was slow! My friend, Jeff G, mentioned the idea of buying 2 pedicabs and working downtown SLC. We started that year and by July 2010, I bought both cabs. Jeff G wanted to focus his attention on Parrish Place B&B, which he & his wife also own.

Since then I have added 6 more pedicabs to my fleet and cultivated a growing trend in downtown Salt Lake City!

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That's when the notices really started coming in—alerting her that her drivers license was suspended, as was her (already expired) pedicab license, in addition to a warrant for her arrest. The total for the two tickets was also raised to $625.