Pedicab San Francisco, CA
Five past bar time in the Mission, I left Revolution Café with a friend and was ready for my bed. Shortly after beginning our walk home, a bell chimed and a friendly voice called out, "Hey, do you guys want a ride?" Looking over my shoulder I was surprised to see a lone Pedicab with a driver gesturing at us to climb aboard. Eagerly, we accepted the invitation into the open aired carriage and began our 10 block journey down Valencia. Clipping along through the crisp night air, comfortably cozy under a provided blanket, we experienced some San Francisco magic... This was certainly the way to travel!
ZD: I first rode in a Pedicab while visiting Boston back in 2008 and have been interested in their evolution ever since... but I haven't seen many of them in San Francisco. Is that changing?
AW: Absolutely! Currently most of our pedicabbing happens on the Embarcadero and around the wharf, but we will be bringing pedicabs into new parts of the city focusing on nightlife in the local commercial corridors. The first place you will see us will be the Marina and Mission districts on Friday and Saturday nights. We are also branching out to cover sporting events, like 49er games down at Candlestick.
ZD: It's obvious you're passionate about Pedicabs, why do you believe Pedicabbing is so important?
AW: The Pedicab business is a green option for transit and is 100 percent sustainable. It's cheaper and more efficient than most transit options, and we hope to bring it into the mainstream and combine it with mass transit to make it more practical. Part of my personal challenge and goal is to take the experience of the Pedicab and the necessity of Mass Transit and to combine them into one thing so that the city of San Francisco is more attractive.
ZD: How did you get started Pedicabbing?
AW: My Pedicab career began while I was living in Newport, Rhode Island back in 2006. I biked people around for three summers before moving to San Francisco in 2008. I met Geoff, the owner and founder of Cabrillo Taxi, in 2009 and began working with him to grow awareness in San Francisco and build our brand.
ZD: What is it that sets the Cabrillo Taxi brand apart from others? I noticed your Yelp reviews are fantastic.
AW: Since day one, Cabrio has focused on creating not a job, but rather a lifestyle that each pedicab driver can be proud of. If your pedicab driver is happy, you will have a great experience as the rider! Cabrio is simply raising the bar for the industry.
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