At Pedal Me, we move van loads both in weight, and volume. We do this using cargo bikes that nobody else in the market has access to, nor could fully utilise without access to our training. We make predictable, professional, and communicative road users to execute this, and when you put those on our unique, proprietary e-cargo bikes, there is no motor on the road that can touch us for speed, or carbon reduction, for loads of up to 150kg. This gives Pedal Me access to a large market niche other cargo bikes can't touch that is hugely scalable, and almost impossible to replicate. The knowledge we hold, and have turned into a bona fide City & Guilds syllabus, has the power to make many, many motor vehicles obsolete in cities. Back us to help that grow.
Chris Dixon is a highly experienced professional with 15.1 years of work experience in producing, radio producing, broadcast, and radio broadcasting. Based in London, United Kingdom, he is currently the Chief Cycling Officer at Pedal Me, where he focuses on moving van loads in weight and volume. With a strong background in the industry, Chris has held various positions at Pedal Me, including Director of Training and Producer/presenter of Cafe Calcio. He is dedicated to making Pedal Me obsolete and utilizing his expertise to create scalable and scalable cargo bikes.
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