Andrew Dreis

Andrew has been pedicabbing for three years and living in New Orleans for five. He plays music and reads about New Orleans history in his spare time. A creative writing major from the University of Redlands, Andrew connects most with the poetry of New Orleans life, the dips and turns this city throws at you. He loves to share his sense for life as a grand adventure with his guests, and gets to do so by tapping his passion for cycling and the outdoors.


Andrew Madaj

Andrew studied Architecture in Savannah, GA where he began pedicabbing in 2012. In 2014, he moved to New Orleans to pedicab in a new, more challenging environment. Andrew is a certified welder, runner, and the current NOLA Library System Geography Bee champion. As a pedicab tour guide, he enjoys the opportunity to combine his architectural, historical, and geographical understanding into a performance for visitors.


Karl Joensson

Karl grew up in Sweden, where he studied philosophy and medicine. He is a Swedish MD, a Master of Clinical Medicine and a part time Ph.D. student. During 2014, Karl moved to New Orleans to marry his Louisiana-born wife. An adopted New Orleanian, he enjoys being a part of visitors’ experiences as they touch, feel, hear and smell such a vibrant place. Karl appreciates New Orleans’ tolerance, amazing mix of people from different backgrounds, music, architecture and, of course, food.