No Pedicabs at UT Football Stadium

Unfortunately, due to atrocious behavior and driving by a few bike trailer operators, all pedicabs have been banned from the University of Texas campus during and around the time of U.T. Football games. Although we may be working the area around campus, Capital Pedicab regrets that we will not be able to provide service to the stadium. We know that some of you have depended on us for this service and we are sorry not to be able to help. If you feel that pedicab service to and from U.T. Football games is important to you, we encourage you to inform the University of Texas Parking and Transportation Department of those feelings. Sorry for any inconvienence.

Capital Pedicab uses only professionally manufactured and proven safe, tricycle type, pedicabs built by Main St. Pedicabs.

Helmet Law Debate

Hey folks, in case you haven’t heard, there’s going to be a formal debate on the Mandatory Helmet Law issue taking place at the Alamo Draft House South Lamar location tomorrow evening. This might be quite interesting.
Hosted by THE DIONYSIUM.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 7:00 PM (new time!)
ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE SOUTH LAMAR
ADMISSION EIGHT DOLLARS . BUY TICKETS ONLINE
http://www.originalalamo.com/online_tix/sigs.asp?id=36

AUGUST PROGRAM
Debate
Resolved: That the City of Austin should require that cyclists of all
ages wear helmets. Affirmative: Former Austin mayor Bruce Todd Negative: Patrick Goetz, founding member of the League of Bicycling Voters Short Films by Award-Winning Filmmaker Andre Silva The Dionysium Recommends Invisible Frontier: Exploring the Tunnels, Ruins, and Rooftops of Hidden New York by L.B. Deyo ABOUT THE DIONYSIUM Dionysium offers a unique, innovative program of debate, lecture, declamation, theatrical presentation and music in a salon-like atmosphere. Audiences enjoy offerings not to be found elsewhere in Austin, including the recitation of famous speeches, participatory discussion in a formal, moderated context, and the opportunity to participate in the recreation of Ancient rituals. Read more at http://www.dionysium.com/