Today’s Guest Post is brought to you from Renaissance Bicycles. A very cool company bringing heritage and craftsmanship of bicycles with today’s latest technology. This is a re-post from their own blog, with their permission. Seth Godin, the author and social media marketing maven, is one of the most interesting and relevant people on the [...]
Archive for August, 2010
One of the most obvious differences in bicycle trailers is the frame and wheel design. A quick example of each can be seen below. For heavy hauling most trailers I have seen, especially child trailers, are two wheels. The two wheels allow you to distribute the weight over the surface and into two rolling wheels [...]
A sponsor of the site, BikeTrailerShop.com & BikeKidShop.com has a trailer sale ending today. A bit late, but with our topic this week of bicycle trailers it really fits in well.
Since we’ve had the Burley Travoy in for review I’ve received several emails about styles and recommendations for different applications. This week I’ll do my best to present different styles of trailers and the pros or cons of all.
A new light was recently released, the Reflex Auto TL-LD570, from Cateye. What is so unique about the light? It turns itself on and off utilizing optic and motion sensors. If this system really works, I’ll save myself a handful of batteries per year by leaving my light on at night when I leave the [...]
Recently, as of three weeks ago, I took a new position back in the marketing arena. You can read more about this over at Bike Shop Girl but the most important thing for you all to know is changes are being made across all the sites that will benefit you, the reader, the most. Hence [...]