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Do You Believe in Bike Trailers?

by Bike Shop Girl

If you do there is a great opportunity to work at the leading Bike Trailer resource and shop. By following Bike Trailer Shop and their blog I have learned new things, product and watched adventures.

We are currently hiring. We are looking for someone who is interested in becoming a part of growing our business. The core of our business involves our online shops, Bike Trailer Shop and Bike Bag Shop. In addition we run the sites and Spoke And Word and are currently in development of several new projects including another shop, Bike Kid Shop, and two cycling community projects, Utility Cycling and Womens Bike Talk. With all of our bicycle-centric projects, we are looking for someone with a strong knowledge & passion for utility cycling.Specific duties of our full time Sales Associate position will include shipping, customer service, accounting & Internet product listing. Business and computer experience are preferred.

If interested please email your resume to josh@biketrailershop.com.

 
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6 Responses to “Do You Believe in Bike Trailers?”

  1. NoTrail says:

    Last I checked, I do believe in bike trailers. I just don’t have one … yet.

    Regardless of whether we believe in bike trailers, they obviously don’t believe in hiring a good web designer. (oops, was that out loud?)

  2. Arleigh says:

    Agreed that the website needs spruced, but you atleast can find your way around unlike some other sites!

  3. NoTrail says:

    I guess I’ll give you that.

  4. Paul in Minneapolis says:

    I bought a old burley kid trailer and converted it to a flat bed. Last fall I move from south to N.E. Minneapolis and moved everything but the bed and a dresser by bike. It took six heavy loads and the use of my bikes 20 inch granny gear… : ) I also used the trailer to move a 19 computer monitor from work to home, for a friend. Its 8 mile from home to work… And last summer I pulled my friends nashbar one wheel trailer with a big cooler full of watermelons…. all this played in two weekends ago when I went up north for a ski weekend. At at a gas station, I was pumping gas when I realized I forgot how to use a gas pump. That is what 4 short years not living in a metal box will do…. : )

  5. Yeah, I believe in bike trailers like I believe in the Tooth Fairy.

  6. burnsey says:

    I prefer my trailer for long trips, but for everyday town riding, it’s too much. The low center of gravity is great for touring.

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