General Cycling Discussion - homebuilt trailers
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07-29-10, 05:40 PM
here is myne But its Still in the shop Ive gotta Come up with an alternate way to pull this Thing A 2/4 isnt Doing it the bike seems to fall over and the hitch is breaking on it numberos times if you people have anyways of doing this please Let me now
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07-30-10, 01:29 AM
I have put together a low center-of-gravity trailer to tow for touring. Started with a 'canoe carrier', inverted it, narrowed it, and used a one-wheel trailer for a 'load bay'. Made a hitch with a 'Buddy Bar' I modified to hook up to my bike.
07-31-10, 09:21 AM
This is discussed extensively over in the Utility forum. In a general sense, I think the best "bang for your buck" is a garage sale kiddie trailer with an upgraded bed and hitch.
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