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Rickshaw Bags Are Made in San Francisco



    Rickshaw Bags Are Made in San Francisco

    The spectacular season known as summer in San Francisco has officially arrived and the designated bike paths all over the Bay Area are beckoning.

    Whether a seasoned rider or on the brink of adding biking to your repertoire, now is the time to think “bike bling.”

    So, before you hit the cycle trails, be sure to make a pit stop at Rickshaw Bags. It’s the ideal place to stock up on an array of accessories as you billboard your spot in the zeitgeist.

    Located in the Dogpatch District of the City, Rickshaw Bags is one of a dozen or so entrepreneurial spirited businesses that have settled in this now-vibe area.

    Home to Rickshaw is a warehouse style facility just off 3rd Street and around the corner from Dogpatch Saloon, which by the way is the hoppin’ town hall center for the new breed of locals.

    At first glance, Rickshaw appears to be a private industry business and perhaps, off-limits to pedestrians.
    But once invited in, its clear that you’re a welcomed customer because you’re greeted with sincere enthusiasm. You’ll soon learn that this team of dedicated experts support recycling efforts and are as organized in the techniques of no waste manufacturing as they are in design and production.

    The friendly group at Rickshaw Bags offer all the items on a riders wish list: Eye-catching top tube sleeves, attractive iPad envelopes with contrast trim, clever pipsqueak cases along with practical backpacks and stylish messenger bags.

    If it’s a cycling adventure along the Pacific Ocean down Hwy. 1, pedaling through Golden Gate Park on a sunny afternoon, or a power sprint to the work place, remember, Rickshaw offers up all the necessary add-ons.

    If you’re on a timeline crunch, order online and who knows, maybe the merchandise will be delivered by a bike messenger.

    Rickshaw Bags - www.rickshawbags.com - 904 22nd St. - SF - 415-904-8368

    Lexie Quiring host personal shopping trips through the City. Visit ShopSFwithLexie for more information.