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George Bliss is a world famous bicycle designer living in New York City.
George has long been involved in custom-designed freight bicycles including the Dump Trike and the smaller Pick-Up Trike and pedicabs. From 1995 to 2005 George operated a pedicab business (The Hub Station) in Manhattan.
George famously coined the term Critical Mass in the Ted White documentary Return of the Scorcher (1992) to describe the way cars, bicycles and pedestrians negotiate uncontrolled busy intersections in China.
- Thomas Beller's article in Slate (hint: dead link)
- Three-wheelin': pedicabs make inroads on city streets Columbia (hint: dead link)
- Additional Uses for Freight Cycles Transportation Alternatives
- Not fare, says bike taxi owner forced to sell fleet Downtown Express
- Tricycles the answer to NYC gridlock? The Christian Science Monitor