Rene Magritte at SF MOMA

Rene Magritte at SF MOMA

Cabrio Taxi just concluded a fun and successful experiential campaign with MKTG and SFMOMA. Our drivers posed as Rene Magritte’s Son Of Man in various high traffic areas of San Francisco and gave complimentary rides and free golden tickets to see the exhibit. It was a smash hit, and we got great feedback from the public. Our pedicab drivers agree that this was one of, if not the most, fun activations we’ve ever had the pleasure of participating in.

Posted by Geoff Abraham.
Monterey Bay Aquarium Installs Life Sized Blue Whale In San Francisco

Monterey Bay Aquarium Installs Life Sized Blue Whale In San Francisco

Our partners at the Monterey Bay Aquarium have installed a life sized blue whale made entirely of discarded single use plastic at Crissy Field in San Francisco. It uses the image of the endangered whale to call attention to the effects of discarded plastic on our oceans and to call upon all of us to reduce the amount of single use plastic in our personal lives, businesses, and in turn, our oceans. The installation is part of the Parks Conservancy’s Art In the Parks initiative.

It will be on display until January 13th, 2019

 The Plastic Whale by Joel Dean Stockdill and Yustina Salnikova, for the Monterey Bay Aquarium, NPS, and GGNPC

The Plastic Whale by Joel Dean Stockdill and Yustina Salnikova, for the Monterey Bay Aquarium, NPS, and GGNPC

 Our pedicabs got dressed up over the summer to promote the aquarium in anticipation of the whale installation. Catch a ride with us up to Crissy Field to see the whale and if you’re lucky you’ll get to ride with Frank the Pedicab Pug!

Our pedicabs got dressed up over the summer to promote the aquarium in anticipation of the whale installation. Catch a ride with us up to Crissy Field to see the whale and if you’re lucky you’ll get to ride with Frank the Pedicab Pug!

Posted by Geoff Abraham.
Opening Tonight! Cirque Du Soleil: Volta at AT&T Park

Opening Tonight! Cirque Du Soleil: Volta at AT&T Park

Cabrio Taxi would like to welcome Cirque Du Soleil’s Volta to San Francisco. The show opens tonight and a limited number of tickets are still available.

Volta is showing in San Francisco until February 3rd and then the high flying troupe will decamp for San Jose, opening February 13th at the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds.

 Catch a ride to the show in one of Cabrio’s Volta themed pedicabs!

Catch a ride to the show in one of Cabrio’s Volta themed pedicabs!

Posted by Geoff Abraham.
Another Magenta Summer with T-Mobile

Another Magenta Summer with T-Mobile

With the end of the summer, came an end to our extended campaign with T-Mobile. We’re sad to see the bright magenta wraps go for now, and look forward to partnering again next summer.

This spring T-Mobile opened their sixth Signature Store just off Market St. near Union Square. Cabrio Taxi’s pedicabs were on hand to provide transportation to and from the store for customers, staff and VIP’s. T-Mobile Executive Vice President Jon Freier posted this video tour of the new store on Twitter.

Later in the summer, T-Mobile partnered with us to provide free rides for fans heading to AT&T Park, the new Signature store, San Francisco’s Fleet Week, and several other notable events thorough out the city.

Cabrio Taxi also provided transportation for T-Mobile employees during their Unstoppable Tour and were featured in the video link here.

Posted by Geoff Abraham.

3 Reasons Why You Should Visit San Francisco By Pedicab?

There are many ways to see the city of San Francisco, but one of the best--and surely one of the most underrated--are San Francisco pedicab tours. When you visit San Francisco by pedicab, you're getting an experience like no other! If you're still not convinced, take a look at the following 3 reasons why you should take a pedicab tour the next time you're in town.

#1: It's an eco-friendly option

Pedicabs are powered entirely by pedal, so you won’t be adding unnecessary pollution into air by taking a standard car or bus for your tour trip. You’ll definitely appreciate getting to see the city in the open air, feeling the gentle breeze and warm sun on your skin.

#2: You won't be stuck in traffic for hours

Pedicabs almost always use designated bike lanes to get around, so you won’t be stuck behind a car for hours and hours on end! Pedicab tours rarely get delayed or jammed, so you don’t have to worry about your tour being delayed for 4 hours during rush hour.

#3: You can see the best sights without spending an entire day on tour

A pedicab tour is truly a “best of the best” highlights reel. You can see some of the most memorable, unique and important sights in the city—without having to dedicate your entire day to the tour! Most pedicab tours last about 90 minutes or sometimes about 2 hours, letting you see the sights without becoming bored or overwhelmed.

Posted by Geoff Abraham.

Who is the Most Popular Operating Pedicab Company, San Francisco?

There are quite a few pedicab companies operating in San Francisco, but which is the most popular operating pedicab company, San Francisco? The answer may be obvious to anyone who’s asked around about the best pedicab companies in the area or who has glanced at online reviews: Cabrio Taxi!

Why is Cabrio Taxi the most popular choice among pedicab transportees? Let’s take a closer look at why this company stands out from the rest.

They offer many different types of services

Some pedicab companies only offer basic transportation from point A to point B—and while there may be nothing wrong with that, if you’re looking for something above and beyond a simple ride, this company definitely has you covered. They offer a wide range of services, which include services related to (but certainly not limited to):

  • Weddings

  • Bachelor/ette parties

  • Birthday parties

  • Corporate events

  • Fundraising events

  • Standard transportation

  • Tours

  • And more

They allow for advertising

For anyone interested in pedicab advertising or pedicab branding in San Francisco, this company is an excellent choice. They offer multiple venues for businesses who want to advertise using pedicabs, which include visual advertisements on pedicab coaches and the ability to create marketing campaigns such as free ride campaigns. They have plenty of experience working with companies, organizations and event organizers, so they know how to meet the various needs of each client.

Their customer service is also worth a big mention: they strive to meet the needs of every single client, whether it’s a big business organizing an advertising campaign or an everyday Joe wanting a ride to work.

Posted by Geoff Abraham.