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Pedicabs In St. Louis

December 22, 2012 Bicycling, Downtown, Featured, Transportation 2 Comments

Few things bring a smile to my face like the humble pedicab.

ABOVE: A pedicab parked on 9th in fromt of Culinaria
ABOVE: A pedicab parked on 9th in fromt of Culinaria

My one and only time as a passenger was in NYC in 2005. Riding among traffic in Manhattan leaving Central Park was a bit scary but it made for a great memory. Hopefully our pedicabs will create positive memories for St. Louis visitors.

— Steve Patterson

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