San Francisco Pedicab

is SF's oldest operating pedicab company.  Our roots go all the way back to the early 1980s when pedicabs first began in The City.

Rickshaw, pedicab, bicycle taxi... call us what you want -- when you're ready to pedicab San Francisco, we serve The Embarcadero, Pier 39, Pier 33 (Alcatraz Landing), Fisherman's Wharf, Chinatown, Union Square, AT&T Park, North Beach, and the surrounding areas.  A pedicab ride is truly the best way to see The City -- open air, perfect strolling speed, and maximum comfort on a smooth sailing portable couch.

If you're a beer lover, then we highly recommend you take the SF Brew Ride -- a San Francisco brewery tour like no other, as our portable couches navigate you through downtown SF in between tastings. Beer and beer savvy driver included.

We also offer the romantic Bay Lights Tour.  Grab a bottle of wine and cozy up in the back of a pedicab with a friend or lover as you stroll past the iconic Bay Bridge light show, which plays every night after sunset.  Tours are offered every night just after sunset.


Catch us for a ride on The Embarcadero, or use pedicabs to promote your brand, business, or event.

Our pedicab staging areas are along the waterfront as seen on the map.  Typical San Francisco pedicab fares are $20 for two people from the Ferry Building to Pier 39 or AT&T Park, and vise-versa.  See any pedicab rate card for other various destinations.

San Francisco Pedicab offers highly effective pedicab branding and advertising campaigns.  Contact us for pedicab advertising rates, or to find out how to use fun, unique, highly visible pedicabs to promote your brand, business, or event.

The history of pedicabs in San Francisco dates all the way back to 1980, and SF Pedicab is an extension of the first pedicab company -- Barbary Coast Pedicab. To learn more about our history, as well as the other two companies in town (Cabrio Taxi Pedicabs & Golden Gate Pedicab), check out the San Francisco pedicab history section.

Thanks for stopping by -- see you on The Embarcadero!