Are you a fan of Boing Boing? Do you listen to their weekly Podcast Gweek? We're flattered that their Editor in Chief Mark uses a Rickshaw Zero Messenger everyday, excited to be this week's Podcast sponsor! We've even made a special offer just for this week's listeners, so listen up! Here's the synopsis of this week's episode:
It's show time at the Castro! The 2013 Disposable Film Festival kicks off its world tour March 21st at the famous Castro Theater in San Francisco. Rickshaw is proud to sponsor DFF once again, and we've created another gorgeous limited edition graphic messenger bag and iPad sleeve to commemorate this year's festival.
Thank you SO much for all of your support over the past two months. With your help we were able to fund our first kick starter project and exceed our goal!
Rickshaw and Halo trip the light fantastic! One great idea begets another. As you may or may not know, Rickshaw is collaborating with another San Francisco-based start-up on a cool Kickstarter project called the Halo Zero LED Messenger Bag. The project is now live on Kickstarter, and funding is progressing nicely. The purpose of this post is twofold: (1) to encourage you and your friends to back our project, and (2) to tell you the story of how this project came to be, and why this may be the most exciting time in history to be an entrepreneur.
When I started Rickshaw, I was focused primarily on environmental sustainability—zero waste, PVC-free, Cradle-To-Cradle—in a word, "green".
Topics: made in sf
It's now been a little over a week and our rolltop backpack testers(link to old blog post) have had some time to get their hands on our Rickshaw rolltop backpack prototype. Check out these great photos of people with their bags in the wild!