Indonesia Becak (cycle rickshaw) driver gives the impression he is speeding down the road due to the effects of the photographic technique of panning photography which was used to capture this image.
All sorts of mechanical and motorized forms of transport can be found in Asia and Indonesia is no exception. This is barely a road worthy vehicle of some description and questions should be asked about the legal side of things but … Read More
The hand pulled rickshaw still continues to this today in the West Bengal city of Kolkata (formerly Calcutta), India. A mode of human powered transport whereby a runner pulls a two wheeled cart which seats two or more people and … Read More
Beautiful blue Indonesian cycle rickshaw more popularly known within Indonesia as the Becak is a quaint and unique form of transport that taxi’s people around a local area for a minimal fee.
The Indonesian Becak otherwise known as a cycle rickshaw in the Western World is a mode of transport full of character and fairly inexpensive to the passenger. For short trips around town they are very convenient form of transportation.
Manual Rickshaw Wala on the wet streets of Kolkata (Calcutta) in West Bengal, India. One of the last remaining bastions of the trade in the Indian Subcontinent.
Close up of Indian man pulling a Hand Drawn Rickshaw on the streets of Kolkata (Calcutta) in West Bengal, India. One of the last remaining bastions of the trade in the Indian Subcontinent.
Panning photography shot in the Indonesian city of Pontianak, west Kalimantan, Borneo. Fast and reliable are motorbikes in Asia being able to avoid most traffic jams and carry awkward loads!
Cycle Rickshaws in India not only transport people around the towns and cities but also all manner of transportable goods!