I’ve heard that the Oklahoma City pedicab companies are continuing to do great business and I’m glad to hear that the same is going for the intrepid riders of Golzern Pedicabs up in Tulsa:
About 1,000 miles into the life of Joe Henretty’s pedicab - the first of his three bicycle taxis that frequent the BOK Center and ONEOK Field - the pedicab’s mileage counter broke. So now Henretty’s fit, 6-foot frame is the only gauge of the remaining 4,000 miles he’s put on the bike, which bears Affordable Bail Bonds’ advertisements as it hauls as many as three adults and two small children at a time.
The 33-year-old pedicab company owner doesn’t like to talk about money, but a good night - like when Bruce Springsteen played the BOK Center - Henretty, his wife, Bethany, and a third driver collected tips that were, on average, $10, but up to $20. From 6 p.m. to almost 2 a.m. that night, Joe said each driver gave more than 20 rides.
Photo via: Golzern Pedicabs