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pedicabs and their potential

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Location: Southern New England, seaside, avg yearly rainfall 41.91 in, zone 6b
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Some of our farm volunteers started a pedicab business and it's growing! They are the twins featured in this article.

They mostly transport people but the delivery sector of their business is growing, they even deliver for ups!

Do you have a pedicab or does someone in your community? What are they used for?
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The local organic shop - la Caba uses them for deliverys all over Angers, France

Seems to work well

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How about th Pedi-Pub? Bend has quite a few delivery bikes and pedi cabs and a lot of personal cargo bikes running about but the Pedi-Pub kinda cool.

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