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Synonyms for pedicab

a tricycle (usually propelled by pedalling)

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On March 5, the 52-year-old Dela Cerna was forcibly taken by three armed men as he was riding his pedicab on San Guillermo Street in Barangay Karuhatan, Valenzuela City, around 6:40 a.
when they saw the man inside a pedicab, with blood stains on his body.
Fiberglass was too heavy, and other plastic materials prototyped could not withstand the abuse a pedicab endures.
A friend suggested I check out the pedicabs that shuttle visitors around the village in Siesta Key.
8220;We felt that by working directly with leading manufacturers of quality components, like Shimano, we could create a pedicab that meets the quality and reliability requirements of professionals at a more affordable price,” said USA Trailer Store President and CEO Troy Shockley.
It is during the monsoon season when most streets get flooded that pedicab drivers make a quick buck.
Section 35-251(3) of the Chattanooga City Code states that a "pedicab driver shall not operate a pedal carriage or pedicab on any bridge or in any tunnel.
Why would you go there when you could be here in the track mecca of the universe where people give you free pedicab rides?
This Pedicab Company has fast become a common sight in many environmentally-conscious cities worldwide.
New York, June 25 (ANI): Actress Whoopi Goldberg had to abandon her limo and grab a pedicab after she was stuck in a massive, three-way Midtown gridlock on her way to introduce President Barack Obama at her 'Sister Act' fund-raiser at the Broadway Theatre.
The task assigned to both teams this past week was to create a pedicab tour of New York.
Christopher O'Kane hit his head when he fell from a pedicab in Edinburgh on Sunday.
The pedicab was going past Festival Square when the passenger tumbled on to the road.
Father-of-four Steve Murphy, 44, has launched the first pedicab, or cycle rickshaw, service in Durham.