When Craft Food Makers Attempt NYC Distribution


Quinciple is finding success delivering via craft transport.

In the last two weeks alone, Revolution Rickshaws has been contacted by a popsicle maker, a yogurt maker, a regional scallops seller, and a regionally sourced flower seller. What do they all have in common? The challenge of effective NYC delivery to customers. Thousands of similarly sized enterprises face these challenges, as well. The vast… Continue Reading

Brave New Web Site


Hey, fans. RR 3.0 is live! Thanks to our friends at Technology Therapy, Revolution Rickshaws has moved into relatively cutting edge Web design. The new site gives one a real sense of the breadth of our current suite of services. May be it’s even a step up for the brand? Check out expanded information on… Continue Reading

Letter to NYTimes Regarding B-Line Article


Here’s a link to a recent article by the New York Times on urban delivery operator B-Line, out of Portland, OR: In Cargo Delivery, The Three-Wheelers That Could Similar to RR, B-Line operates on a freight-trike platform; however, their trikes all feature heavy-duty electric assist motors. Such trikes are illegal to operate in New York… Continue Reading

GrowNYC: Inputs Irrelevant in Food Distribution



At the Infrastructure Forum at the 2013 Farm to City Expo at the Javits Center on 4 March 2013, GrowNYC Executive Director Marcel Van Ooyen, when asked about whether New York State food distribution via rail, barge, LSLEVs, and freight trikes might make sense to support as opposed to the current food distribution methods involving exclusively… Continue Reading