Ok, so it's a trailer...what's the big deal?
Well the big deal is that it is "our" trailer. Our 'first" trailer and we are pretty stoked to have it. This trailer allows is to transport bikes from school to school so that we can provide youth cycling programs for more kids with less money. Win! This spring we will run Three 6-week programs at three different elementary schools. Programs are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for 6 weeks in May and June
This trailer also allows us a way to store the bikes between programs which saves me from driving every day back and forth between the schools and my mother in law's barn. This trailer means we can scale.
But most of all this trailer is a great symbol of our growth - the growth of Seacoast VeloKids. In March of 2013, before our first program ever, we had no idea how to transport the bikes. That's when Papa Wheelies lent us there van. Once I had to load ten 24" kids mountain bikes on my Subaru.
So the crew got together last night and we set up the interior of the trailer to hold 10 bikes, 3 helmets, and 8 tote bins full of supplies.
Thanks to al