want to ride my bike and pull my kayak
Posted by: dancingrowing on Mar-19-08 10:27 AM (EST) Category: Other Gear
I've seen people do it.
Anyone have a recommendation?
I want a trailer to hook to my bike
and pull my kayak behind me.
PFD's (Life Jackets)
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Posted by: old_user on Mar-19-08 10:29 AM (EST)
the hardware store is your friend.
Posted by: kfsrmn on Mar-19-08 11:03 AM (EST)
Posted by: mcyak on Mar-20-08 2:44 PM (EST)
Put a SMILE on my face!
With all your talents building bikes|
Posted by: ness on Mar-20-08 4:53 PM (EST)
I bet you could make that....
Posted by: old_user on Mar-19-08 11:04 AM (EST)
I'd be curious to hear|
Posted by: old_user on Mar-19-08 11:12 AM (EST)
from a real person who owns and uses one. I wonder how well one of these carts would work on uneven country roads, gravel, potholes, hills (up and down) and how they handle turns. I can see these things working in a kind of Truman Show type world, but wonder how they would work outside of some planned community with wide, smooth, flat streets with no traffic.
did you see the "tony's" ad?|
Posted by: old_user on Mar-19-08 12:12 PM (EST)
...and the photo with three kayaks stacked on one trailer?
Hills would be my concern|
Posted by: Wayne_Smith on Mar-19-08 12:30 PM (EST)
Posted by: Peter-CA on Mar-19-08 11:45 AM (EST)
There was someone who posted on paddling.net about using one for a canoe. I was totally jealous of their ability to place their bike in the canoe, so they could bike upstream, and paddle back down, all without having to return for their bike.
You don't need a trailer|
Posted by: Jaybabina on Mar-19-08 12:30 PM (EST)
Years back there was a pic of Chris Cunningham (editor of Sea Kayaker) towing his kayak. He strapped a set of wheels on the stern area of the kayak. Then he had pole or length of wood? - strapped to the front deck that attached to an area behind the seat of the bicycle. That was it.
Sounds like a fun project to make one|
Posted by: Reefmonkey on Mar-19-08 12:39 PM (EST)
I think a trailer for pulling kids on the bike might be a good framework to modify. Watch yard sales in your area. When kids get too big for those and get a bike with training wheels, they aren't needed anymore, so people should be getting rid of them a lot.
Posted by: dancingrowing on Mar-19-08 12:50 PM (EST)
you'll go blind|
Posted by: old_user on Mar-20-08 4:54 PM (EST)
Have done it and even moved my|
Posted by: onnopaddle on Mar-20-08 8:15 PM (EST)
molds around like this too.
Eco friendly travel.|
Posted by: old_user on Mar-20-08 9:22 PM (EST)
Last Fall I created a kayak trailer to pull with my commuter bike.
Posted by: old_user on Mar-21-08 6:51 AM (EST)
We have one by Wike. My son used it to get to the river with his kayak up until he got his driver's license. It worked great for him and there is a good sized hill up to our house that he was able to manage on his mountain bike towing a 60 lb. kayak.
Posted by: mrjim on Mar-21-08 7:09 AM (EST)