I am not afraid to admit that I ran into a lady because her dog, which was on a leash, ( a short 25foot leash) bolted across the trail as I was attempting to pass. At that point my only options were to clothesline myself, hit the little cat sized dog or try and go around her in the grass. Let’s just say I didn’t do any of those and ended up tackling her. After a few minutes of getting yelled at and her telling me she was on the side of the trail and how could I run into her, (Did you not see your dog run across the trail?) I decided the only way to win this debate was to ride away.
So you’re probably wondering where all this rambling on is going… TRAILERS AND STROLLERS. What better way to keep your kids from getting tired after five minutes and your animals from doing kamikaze missions on passersby?
This year we have taken the line one step further than it has ever gone before. We now have a Solo and Dual trailer. Dual means two kids in one little pod. Might as well give them each a pair of boxing gloves to duke it out during the ride. Both come with a stroller attachment. These trailers mount to the chainstay using an easy to use clamp and both come with an all-weather cover.
New to this year’s line we added a Cargo Trailer. Imagine a truck bed for bikes. The Cargo Trailer has a 30x18 inch cargo space, can carry up to roughly 77lbs and comes with a nylon cover. Now we don’t recommend (for legal reasons) that you carry an animal in the Cargo Trailer, however, once you own one you’re free to do as you please.To find and purchase any of these trailer/strollers, contact your local Raleigh or Diamondback dealers.