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Shawna W.
Report | 6 months ago
Love PDX pedicab!
Katy L.
Report | 7 months ago
Great knowledge of the local brews & tons of fun for a relaxing tour!
J. P.
Report | 9 months ago
Yes. It does end up costing more than the initial purchase price. The cost of the beer tasting is not included. Plus their is an expectation to tip the bar tender. The pedi cab driver works for tips only so then there is that.
Phillip A.
Report | 11 months ago
I'd suggest bringing layers to wear.
Ashley R.
Report | a year ago
Had the best time!!! Can't wait to do it again!
Angela S.
Report | a year ago
Great drivers took us to great places we never would have visited on our own.
Valerie V.
Report | a year ago
Great experience! The guys were fun.
Marianne L.
Report | a year ago
Matt was an amazing guide for our tour
Heather B.
Report | a year ago
Pdx pedicab is awesome. Easton made our trip a blast!
Ambria P.
Report | 2 years ago
We had a fun driver and he face us great suggestions for breweries to visit. Overall, worth it!
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Stalwart cyclists pedal through Portland's historic streets, towing colorful chariots with up to three passengers seated snugly on their padded benches. Pdx Pedicab's drivers take participants on guided experiences of local breweries, such as Bridgeport, Tugboat, and Rogue, during jaunts through Distillery Row, the East Side, and the Pearl District. They also venture out to wine cellars during voyages throughout the southeast part of the city. They make stops at each selected establishment, where passengers sip samples and purchase additional drinks to recover from joining obligatory fire-breathing competitions. Drivers also conduct cycle-powered experiences starting from the west bank of the Willamette River to explore the city's eclectic culture and some of its stranger landmarks. Each eco-friendly, emissions-free pedicab is open-air, allowing riders to feel summer or autumnal winds in their hair during excursions.

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