My favorite ride was picking up about 200 lbs of Sambazon Smoothies at the Kent street warehouse in Brooklyn.The first time I was given the order I have to admit I was a little nervous about a trip like that, about 8 miles each way. I rode through the streets of Manhattan to the Manhattan Bridge with my big giant cargo trike! As I and started my climb up the bridge things did not seem well. I was in my lowest gear about 9 inches, spinning like crazy and not really moving! I remember seeing people walking past me. I was having a hard time believing that I could put even one pound in the trunk and make it back over the bridge to 36th st in Manhattan. It was about the hardest ride I've ever attempted!
It became one of my favorites....
After all the cargo bikes and trikes I've ridden it seemed like a good idea to interview the man that's really pedal pushing NYC to a Simple Green Cargo Alternative. Vans are no match for the Urban Mobility of a motor free Human Powered cargo trike!
Gregg has the imagination,know-how,right equipment and DRIVE behind him to get the job done!
It did take a while to get his attention,,,,
So here are a couple of questions for you Gregg
If your still up for it how about an interview for U M P?
When did you start riding Bicycles?
When did you form Revolution Rickshaws?
27 April 2005 is what's on the LLC sheet from the state of New York.
By the way, never a fuel surcharge!