One of the reason that I really enjoy my job writing the Bike Trailer Blog is, of course, sharing the many great bike trailer stories, but also writing about some of the more unusual creations and set-ups that people have come up with. We received an interesting story from Brian about his child/cargo bike trailer […]
Archive for September, 2010
My name is Thomas and I commute about 3-5 times a week by bicycle in Jacksonville, NC. It’s home to Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune (where I work) and isn’t known for it’s advanced urban or transportation planning. My daily commute is between 10 and 11 miles (one-way) and is from the deserted urban area […]
I took a week off with the “State of the Hub” as I got married to my beautiful bride. So I took a week off from blogging about the state of affairs. Now that all of the wedding hubbub is wrapped up, I have a few moments to get back on the blogging train. Over […]
An on going series with help from our friends at Renaissance Bicycles. These guys specialize in combining current technology with the look and feel of classic bikes. Today’s gallery is of a Velo Orange Polyvalent City Bike. This unique city bike has a wheel size of 650b and a 1×9 setup. Simple, easy and of […]
A late addition to our trailer series for a couple weeks ago. An amazing new trailer design from Surly, this will allow you to move your bed, fridge and kitchen sink by bicycle!
Now through September 28 the Bike Bag Shop will be offering 10% off all Lone Peak products. Lone Peak packs are handcrafted in the U.S since 1979. Lone Peak is known for constructing quality products that are tough, reliable and functional. Lone Peak utilizes the finest materials available, superior design and construction to manufacture the […]