Across the finish line! Mark arrives at TED!

Mark arrived at TED! On February 23rd our CEO, founder, and friend Mark Dwight set off on his 500+ mile journey to TED in Long Beach. If you missed the first installment, click here to read about our team send off at sunrise on the Golden Gate Bridge and watch our video of the recap … Continue reading

First three days of the ride from SFO–>LAX

Ragged Point (and so am I) It’s been a tough slog. 50 miles of uphill climbs and downhill runs — but the climbs just get harder as the day wears on.

A Partnership Made in Sustainable Heaven and San Francisco.

The Green Team works on projects to make eBay’s operations more environmentally friendly, including reducing energy and water consumption; encouraging lower impact commuting; reducing the use of consumable/disposable products; bringing more sustainable food into its cafes; and getting involved with local communities.

A Solar Powered San Francisco?

Is a solar powered Rickshaw in our future? Maybe, but for now I’m excited to see what comes of this pilot program in what may become America’s greenest city.

Resolve to change for good

  This year at Rickshaw our resolution is “change for good.” Now that we’re two weeks into the new year we wanted to share our personal resolutions from everyone at team Rickshaw and tell you a little bit more about who we are and what we’re passionate about. We hope your resolutions are well on … Continue reading

Chasing Rickshaws in New York

Part of being Rickshaw is in the daily journey. As you may know the inspiration for our brand is a book titled Chasing Rickshaws and this weekend our founder Mark Dwight did just that. After hunting for an authentic Rickshaw for a few months we finally tracked one down in upstate New York and we … Continue reading

Biking your values. A trip to the OG.

Our founder and CEO Mark Dwight is what you might call a bike “enthusiast.” Or as he says, “I don’t care if you ride a bike, but I think it would be nice if you did.” At Rickshaw we all ride our bikes to work everyday. Collectively we clock 145 miles a week just on … Continue reading