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The Brouhaha Bike Trailer Enables Cyclists to Tow Heavy Loads

 - Jul 23, 2014
References: rollouttrailers & gizmag
The Brouhaha Bike Trailer is an electric-powered bike trailer that enables cyclists to pedal normally while still being able to carry along heavy loads.

The Brouhaha Bike Trailer is designed so it can be hitched to any bike. The cyclist simply has to turn the power on and start pedaling. The motor doesn't kick in until the wheels have completed a full rotation; this ensures that the trailer doesn't start motoring before the cyclist is fully ready. The trailer's braking is also automatically activated when the cyclist hits their brakes.

The contraption can currently handle up to 400 pounds of total weight. The developers plan to make the trailer modular so users can swap out purpose-built racks for everything from canoes to children.