Re: Serious working bike trailers
The hitch is really tight, allowing a small amount of lean, so when I lean in on corners, it keeps the wheels on the ground.
It handles very well on corners, you would be amazed. Only on severe high speed turns it wants to tip up on one wheel, but it goes right back on both wheels once straight again, because my body weight counteracts the tipping.
I also don't use the kickstand, because the trailer holds the bicycle up for me. I used a handtruck as a cheap source of steel frame metal, and it's so modified that it's not really a handtruck anymore.
I'm crazy, and like it that way, I'm ZnsaneRyder
Bicycle Pusher Trailer completed! Pocket Bike wheel and #40 chain drivetrain!
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Last edited by ZnsaneRyder; 02-19-2009 at 05:08 PM.