Our Tow Hitch for Bicycles is designed to tow a non-passenger bicycle behind a passenger bicycle. This is great for dropping your kids off at school or the bus stop and taking their bike home with you.
Inventor Douglas Michael Gingras of Grand Blanc, MI has designed a devicethat allows a non-passenger bicycle to be towed behind a passenger bicycle.
Modern concernsover health and physical fitness have produced an abundance of people whoreligiously participate in a variety of exercise regimens in order to stay inshape. One of the most popular exerciseactivities involves the use of a bicycle. However, with the typical bicycle being a one rider machine, problemsand logistical difficulties quickly arise when using a bike to pick someone upor dropping someone off at a specific location. One can have someone transport two bicycles in a truck or other motorvehicle, but such a solution quickly defeats the purposes of exercise andenergy savings provided by a bicycle. Another option is for the rider to hold the bicycle along ones side,but such a solution greatly compromises their safety. InventorGingras has created a means by which arider-less bicycle can be easily transported by another bike rider.This clever new invention does not hinder the balanceof the rider who is towing the non-passenger bicycle. It features a single connect and releaseretainer, which makes attaching the two bikes together very simple. Finally, it is adaptable to various sizedbicycles. The use of the Tow Hitch for Bicycle allows a bicycle rider to transport an additional bikein a manner that is not only quick, easy, and effective, but also safe.