published Friday, February 11th, 2011

Chattanooga pedicabs?

If you go to, say, Hong Kong, or some other places in the Far East, you surely will want to ride a "pedicab," sitting comfortably on a padded seat while an energetic driver pedals the three-wheeled vehicle for momentum.

Now it is interesting that Buzz Chattanooga Pedicabs is proposing to offer half a dozen colorful pedicabs for service to passengers in the downtown area from the Tennessee River to Main Street and from Interstate 24 to the Bluff View Arts District, beginning in March.

Pedicabs may be attractive to many tourists, and to some locals, for a recommended minimum tip of three bucks.

Will pedicab service "pay" in Chattanooga? Free enterprisers plan to find out!

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nucanuck said...

Pedicabs seems to work in Victoria BC. We have maybe a dozen that seem to stay busy during the tourist season.

I sometimes give them a push when I see them on a steep grade. Canadians are good about helping each other out.

February 11, 2011 at 12:25 a.m.
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