The Towing Frame for a Bicycle easily transports a cart, wagon, or similar wheeled item behind a bicycle.
Inventor Jon N. Wilson of Ogdensburg, NY has created a towing frame that easily transports a cart, wagon, or similar wheeled item behind a bicycle.
Problems quickly arise when using a bicycle to transport equipment. Bicycle baskets traditionally located on the handlebars greatly diminish the amount a person can transport. Moving oversized items can make a bicycle unwieldy and dangerous. Oversized items are more easily transported in a large portable device like a yard cart. In fact, it is much safer to tow a yard cart or similar wheeled item behind the bicycle. Inventor Wilson has created a means by which a single-rider bicycle can easily transport a wheeled device via a towing frame.
Inventor Wilson was inspired to create the Towing Frame for a Bicycle while camping. He thought this device would be ideal for moving his portable waste tote tank used with his motor home.
This clever new invention is easy to use. It fits all lifestyles. The frame can carry many different items. It is simple to install and use regularly. The invention is great for recreational activities, grocery shopping, college students, and more!