Posts Tagged ‘pedicab’

Man, This Looks Like a Lot of Effort to Carry Around Just Two Pedicabs – The Massive “Cabrio Mobile” Chevy Suburban

Tuesday, December 31st, 2013

At first I figured a trailer would be easier, but this rig has a trailer as well – Cabrio Mobile.

Must be a bear to park this thing:

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Racist or Not? San Francisco Pedicab Rickshaw Driver Wears a Conical Asian Hat

Monday, June 3rd, 2013

Thusly:

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I don’t know, just last month I saw actual rickshaws in Japan, where the name comes from. But rickshaws are banned in some other parts of the world for being too dehumanizing or demeaning or something.

Above, we have a bicycle rickshaw driver in a Conical Asian Hat.

Oh little boy, do you think that’s racist? Now don’t be afraid to express yourself: 

Fair ‘nough.

OMG OMG, Jean Paul Gaultier is Giving Away Free Pedicab Bike Rides in Union Square: LE MALE’s “MARCH OF THE SAILORS!”

Thursday, March 22nd, 2012

OMG:

“Jean Paul Gaultier LE MALE’s MARCH OF THE SAILORS

In honor of the opening of the Exhibit “The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier – From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk” at the San Francisco Fine Arts Museums: De Young, Jean Paul Gaultier’s signature men’s fragrance LE MALE takes to the streets of San Francisco where traditional Gaultier sailors will offer fragrance samples and free LE MALE-themed pedicab rides between Union Square and the Embarcadero.

WHEN: March 23rd – 25th 2012
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11:30 AM – 7:30 PM

WHERE: Union Square – Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA
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OTHER: During these hours, LE MALE Ambassador sailors will patrol Union Square delivering free fragrance samples.”

It will go a little something like this:

Via Pedicab Outdoor – click to expand

All right, see you there!

Two Wheels Bad, Three Wheels Good: Bikes aren’t Allowed on Market Street Sidewalks But Pedicabs are A-OK?

Wednesday, August 31st, 2011

Apparently:

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The Only Dignified Way to Get Around Town is by Golden Gate Pedicab

Friday, June 17th, 2011

See?

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