Rickshaw is proud to be a sponsor of the 2011 DFF. Selected by MovieMaker Magazine as one America’s “coolest film festivals,” the Disposable Film Festival was created in 2007 by Eric Slatkin and Carlton Evans to celebrate the creative potential of disposable video
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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
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.
This year Mark continues his tradition of a 400+ mile costal ride to TED…..but this time with a new bike!
Outside of the deliciousness of their ice cream we’re pleased to see our local community grow. On a sunny day we see more and more smiling faces walking by with a hand rolled cone and we’re so excited for all the development happenings in the Dogpatch as we speak.
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.
Ho Ho Holidays everyone! We love celebrating the holidays at Rickshaw. It’s a great time to get together with friends and great customers we’ve met throughout the year so we can socialize and, well, have a lot of fun! Last night we turned fun up a notch with the “S’more Bike” –yes it’s a bike … Continue reading
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
Greetings from Oxford. TED Is great so far, and I’m sure the blogosphere is rich with comments and photos. I took a break from TED at 4:30 this afternoon to hop a train back to London to attend a special event at the Rapha Cafe pop-up store to meet fashion designer and expert tailor Timothy … Continue reading