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Day 2 at Interbike – Our 1st Day Here…

by Josh Lipton

BikeTrailerBlog.com has just arrived at Interbike! under the auspice of BikeShopHub.com. Today, our goal is to test ride electric bikes, with the intention of offering both a line of regular style e-bikes as well as electric cargo bikes here in Flagstaff through our shop, Bike Shop Hub. While we don’t expect to see too many bike trailers out and about today, electric cargo bikes are definitely a topic of interest for BikeTrailerBlog.com. Electric bikes in general are also capturing our attention as they are certainly useful when towing bike cargo trailers.

We will be attempting to do a quick daily Interbike post over the next few days, posting a few of the best bike trailer related photos from the day along with a quick update. For more regular updates of bike trailers, as well as plenty of other updates, checkout our FaceBook page. A team of 4 of our posed with our iPhones ready to post anything exciting that we see in the realm of Bike Cargo Trailers, Bike Child Trailers, Trailer Cycles, LongTail Bikes and Cargo Bikes plus other stuff involving Bike Bags, Bike Rack, Electric Assist Bikes and more…

So check out our FaceBook page already for the latest updates. Our goal is to post 10 to 20 times a day!

 
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One Response to “Day 2 at Interbike – Our 1st Day Here…”

  1. Aditi B. says:

    Enjoy Interbike! For all your Canadian followers, help build bicycles for others in Ghana by simply eating chocolate…

    The Bicycle Factory is giving Canadians the opportunity to help send up to 5,000 bikes to Ghana by eating chocolate! Participants also have a chance to win a trip to Ghana to help deliver the bikes. Details are online now athttp://thebicyclefactory.ca

    Check it out and if you have any questions – let me know!

    Thanks – Aditi B.
    @BicycleFactory
    http://www.facebook.com/BicycleFactory

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