Noisy, three-wheeled vehicles called tuktuks, named for the sound they make, are ubiquitous in what Southeast Asian country?
Name the European nation where the old custom of cheese rolling takes place.
In this popular event, crowds gather to watch people race down steep Cooper’s Hill chasing after a seven-pound wheel of cheese.
In what West African country do converted pickup trucks or minibuses know as tro-tros make runs to the neighboring nations of Togo, Burkina Faso, and Cote d’Ivoire?
With some 19,000 buses, India’s Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation has the world’s largest bus fleet. What is the capital of the state of Andhra Pradesh?
The three-week-long Tour de France bicycle race, in existence for more than 100 years, ends on What Paris avenue?
The Colonial Tramcar Restaurant is a fleet of converted early-20th-century trams. The restaurant trams cruise the streets of what Australian city while patrons dine?
Name the country where the wheelbarrow was invented sometime after A.D. 220.
Two old bicycles hang on the facade of the Bicycle Hotel. Name the freewheeling European capital where you’ll find this bike-friendly lodging establishment.
The Wheels Through Time All-American Transportation Museum features more than 250 antique motorcycles and cars. Name the U.S State where the museum is located.
Europe’s largest observation wheel is the London Eye. In what Middle Eastern city is a bigger wheel slated to open in 2008, as a part of a huge entertainment complex twice the size of Walt Disney World?