cycle rickshaw

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Noun1.cycle rickshaw - a tricycle (usually propelled by pedalling)cycle rickshaw - a tricycle (usually propelled by pedalling); used in the Orient for transporting passengers for hire; "boys who once pulled rickshaws now pedal pedicabs"
tricycle, trike, velocipede - a vehicle with three wheels that is moved by foot pedals
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The hi-tech contraption is not unlike the bicycle rickshaws commonly seen in the Far East.
London, May 10 ( ANI ): Bicycle rickshaws, motorcycle taxis and stretch limousines in London could be licensed as part of the UK government's plans to improve road safety.
It''s an Asian Buddhist wonderland with red-robed monks and bicycle rickshaws where British colonial relics line the streets.
The roughly ten-minute piece (shot in 35 mm and transferred to HD video) follows several characters who, with pained expressions, wander around carriages, vintage cars, and a table set with laboratory-specimen jars (one with a live fish swimming around in it) as bicycle rickshaws pass by, workers attempt to repair an old tramcar, and men in business suits sit silently on a couch placed on a platform in the middle of the square.
She said that the development of roads are car centered, specially motor cars and in planning itself, the environmentally unique modes of transport like pedestrians, bicycle rickshaws, bullock carts and other such modes are ignored.
The injured were rushed to hospital on bicycle rickshaws by frantic residents shocked by the army's sudden and extreme response to the peaceful mass protest.
For a long time, Indians have used bicycle rickshaws or auto rickshaws for daily transportation.
There are no bicycle rickshaws careering past her as she buys sacks of rice, no humour-filled haggling over price of an egg and no demanding neighbours yelling down from their windows for shopping favors.
Along teeming roads our driver wove between wandering cows, loaded camels gazing down imperiously, ox-drawn wooden-wheeled carts, bicycle rickshaws piled so high with brush that their straining drivers all but disappeared, hundreds of rainbow-tasseled vividly painted trucks carrying India's commerce night and day and motorbikes driven by fathers clutching a child with two more squeezed between him and his wife.