Rickshaws allow you to circumnavigate Chicago up close and personal, granting the mobility necessary for cruising down narrow streets, navigating parkways, and doing donuts in front of crowds of frightened tourists crammed together on unicycle tours. Dust off your sightseeing spectacles with today's Groupon: for $37, you get a one-hour rickshaw ride for up to three people from Chicago Rickshaw (a $75 value).
Chicago Rickshaw releases its fleet of pedal-powered, open-air cabs through the thoroughfares of the city, meandering up to three weary travelers on a one-hour jaunt of urban sightseeing. Rickshaws provide a distinct vantage point and remain an environmentally chummy mode of transportation second only to attaching one end of marionette strings to your legs and the other end to methodically flying pigeons. Up to three gallivanters, plus the driver, can fit in the motorless coach as it lopes small groups around the City of Big Shoulders and through many of its public easements, including areas not accessible to large motor-propelled carriages.
Though not included in today's Groupon, Chicago Rickshaw also rents out its wheeled steeds for a variety of daylong events, from business shindigs to wedding reenactments of 19th century Midwest royal cavalcades.