Customer’s stories

Food Runners Biking Food

With the help of their generous donors, Food Runners of San Francisco purchased two new CycleTote trailers to move food in the busy city center from restaurants, groceries and businesses to local donation sites.  For the past 27 years the food has been going from those who have too much to those who need it. SOMA San […]

Girl Scouts Take on Cerebral Palsy

A Girl Scouts Brownie troop in Fort Collins, Colorado, wanted to do something special for Tyler, a first grader with cerebral palsy.  Together, eleven girls sold enough cookies to buy Tyler a CycleTote Special Needs bike trailer. Full Inclusion Program Fort Collin’s Poudre School District schools have a full inclusion program, which means that children […]

Dogs Ride to Adventure

Rocky Mountain Dogs Two CycleTote dog trailers now call the Colorado Rockies home.  Jill and Craig, who live above 7,000 feet in the mountains west of Denver were looking to get more exercise for themselves and love to ride bicycles. With two new puppies who are 75 pounds each, and the senior dog, Ernie, they can ride […]

A New York CycleTote

Andrew and his children use their bike and trailer almost daily in New York city.  The trailer lets him take his children to school and then ride to work.  Andrew says, “I got the trailer because I had to stop biking to work when the kids got back into school.   It meant a subway […]