Friday, May 25, 2007

City Cruiser

Have you seen this kind anywhere? or could be you have in your city,too? this is in front of Cathedral (Der Dom) They are always there in Spring and Summer and you can pay per hour to ride this but you will not be the one who puddling for the city cruising :-) and we called "Rikscha or Fahrradtaxi" and only for two passengers. It is exist in all big city of Germany. I found this is very efficient to concord the city street for sightseeing and nature friendly!

11 comments:

April said...

Funny vehicles, they look like some strange eggs or so ...

alice said...

I like their shape! But tell me: there is someone who pedals when I rent one, or must I do all the work? (You already said it maybe, but I don't know the word "puddling", my English is...weak)

Beetle said...

4 april, yes,it looks strange and i wonder also what feels like when you puddle,i've never try

4 alice, YES there is a driver who will pedals(puddling)for you,just seat relax on the back seat and enjoy the ride

Fabrizio ikol22 said...

Oh a modern copy of that other old way to carry people running in China. No, until I'll be able to walk I don't want anyone else walk, run or cycle for me.

alice said...

Ok, let's go!

Z said...

These look great! I'm familiar with the rickshaws in Bangladesh which have been around for decades and are the same concept, but executed in such a way that they're not anywhere near the efficiency of these vehicles, I'm sure. Those are very hard on the "drivers" but that's the only way to make a living for too many people.

Gerald England said...

I saw some last year in Tallinn, Estonia.

I've seen them featured on some other DP blogs but can't remember exactly where.

Thiên said...

I have not seen them around Texas but they look very cool.

Zsolt said...

really funny! I saw some like this in Budapest, too..but those were like moving ads.

DS2944 said...

Whar a bicycle !
There ara the same in Nantes, France.
A good idea to have less pollution ...

Keropok Man said...

how interesting!

in Singapore we have tricycles as well, that is called Rickshaws.