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Pierre’s Fat Tire BOB Trailer

We talk quite a bit about the both the  Extrawheel and  BOB Trailer , and often compare the virtues of these two great single wheeled bike trailers.  We recently got these photos from Pierre, who has taken the spirit of the BOB single wheel trailer and modified it for Fat Biking.   I really can’t tell if this setup would be very practical in many situations, but it sure is fun to look at…

I wanted a big wheel trailer that i can use to go fishing, so i transformed my standard Bob trailer in to a two wheel trailer by adding a rotational feature on the trailer fork, now i can use it as a rode holder, with the fat tires i can ride on the beach to my favorite fishing spot and catch Halibuts here on the Homer Spit in Alaska.


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One Response to Pierre’s Fat Tire BOB Trailer
  1. Dennis Barrett
    June 25, 2014 | 3:42 pm

    That trailer is pretty much what I want! I got two dead Beasts that I can use for parts to make this happen. The review thought this configuration would not be practical? In what way? How did this finally work out?

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