Riders Against Poverty Thinking of riding Grand Slam #3 or already training for it? How about doing some fundraising at the same time and being part of "Riders Against Poverty". Our aim is to raise funds so that hundreds of people living in poverty can access microfinance (small loans) from Opportunity International Australia, start a business, earn an income, and transform their lives. ...and here's why: Nearly half the world – 2.7 billion people – live in poverty, struggling to survive on…See More
"Angus mentioned an online cycling magazine Momentum. The Sep/Oct 2010 edition looks at transporting children. On page 25 is a picture of an Xtracycle or long bike with 2 seats for small children attached. When the children grow, remove the…"
"+1 for the trailer i have both the bike seat and the trailer the trai;er is far better and you can carry gear for picnics etc. if you want to borrow the seat and rack drop me a pm.what sort of bike are you putting it on?"
"Emily, an AC post today that Torpedo7 have on special child trailers. Order online from interstate, maximum delivery fee is $80, and delivery in a week.
Some AC members think the business is OK. On Monday I ordered from Torpedo7 for the first time,…"
"Some AC members commented that they are afforded more road courtesy when pulling a kiddie trailer. Not always the case, as one member had drink thrown on his trailer with children.
When the child grows out of the trailer, you can add-and-remove a…"
"Yeah we have a Chariot trailer too, and our 2yo loves it. I started him on a child seat on the back of my recumbent trike at about 10 months (just sitting in it initially, then starting off very slowly), then we got the trailer. We ride him to child…"
"We use a Trailer, cost $200 on eBay. There are no balance problems, carries 4yo easily plus spare drinks toys pillows etc. Easy to remove from bike for solo rides. Takes 5 minutes to fold down flat in the car, but clips are a…"
"Another option is the trailer. I ride around with our 14 month old in a Chariot Trailer, pricey bit of kit but the cargo it is carrying is priceless. I started out using it when our daughter was 8-9 months old. Most of the time she…"