Trailers for bicycles come in a few different forms. The two different types are: child trailers and pet trailer. They attach to the cruisers along with many other accessories will be discussed going forward. This post will discuss the different trailers you can add to your beach cruisers (or any bicycle for that matter) to make them more enjoyable.
While many beaches in Southern California do not allow pets on the beach itself, you can have them with you on the bike paths that line the beaches. Instead of feeling guilty leaving your dog at home while you’re enjoying the outdoors, bring them to the beach legally and still enjoy your bike ride by adding a pet cart trailer to your bicycle!
These are really cool attachments that allow you to pull your pet around in a mini-trailer that attaches to the back of the bicycle.
I see these all the time at the beach and they’re getting more popular. Last week I saw a mobile dog grooming van parked in the back of the main lot. You could bring your dog to the van and have him or her groomed while you’re at the actual beach where the dogs are not allowed.
You and your family can spend an hour or two at the beach itself while your doggie is getting groomed.
So who invented the first bicycle as we know it today? Well it’s kind of a hot topic because there were variations of cycles being developed at different times in history, but the actual vehicle with pedals that propelled two wheels came around somewhere between 1862 and 1864.
The exact year is argued by bicycle history buffs, but it’s agreed that it was invented by the French. Nasty little contraption. The pedals were on the front wheel and it had a wooden frame and steel tires. This cycle was known as the Velocipede or, the common name was boneshaker because you can imagine why. This thing was hard to ride and extremely uncomfortable to ride on without rubber on the tires.