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Where Might An Extrawheel Take You?

A customer of ours sent us these 3 photos of his Extrawheel hooked up to his recumbent. We’re running an Extrawheel sale thru June 12th so what better time to post up a little bit of inspiration through photography. Here is what Ray had to say:

These are 3 photos from my most recent 700 mile trip (10 days) from Orlando up A1A to Georgia and back. My “Extrawheel” trailer, holding all my camping equipment, performed flawlessly – I couldnt have done it without. As a recumbent biker, I have already a long bike, so the very compact “Extrawheel” was the perfect choice for my 40 extra pounds.

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One Response to Where Might An Extrawheel Take You?
  1. Mike
    July 12, 2011 | 8:55 pm

    Gotta’ love the way you draped your lawn chair across the top! I put one of those collapsing tubular ones in my Burley D’Lite, as well as mounting a 30-40 watt solar panel on top.

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