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Old 05-13-09, 04:44 PM
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Picked this burley rover up a few months back, and have been way too busy to post it. My new grocery getter, dog food hauler and (hopefully at some point) can take the dog to the park with it as well.

Its already seen quite a few grocery runs and is turning out to be a good investment. For getting groceries, I simply lock the bike up outside the store, unhitch the trailer, and wheel it in as my "shopping basket". Couldn't be easier... well... ok, it could. The store could have valet bike parking.
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Old 05-14-09, 05:45 AM
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Nice, very sharp looking little trailer! Next we need to see an action shot with you pulling the loaded trailer!
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