Trailer Science

By Posted in - Tech Help on February 16th, 2016 4 Comments Nick Lobnitz

A few years ago Nick Lobnitz, Carry Freedoms Design Guru, wrote an article about trailer theory.He talks about the difference between two wheel trailers and one wheel trailers and provides a lot of background information, that some of our competitors like to quote ;>))

This sheet will turn you into a trailer expert….!

It’s available on our Tech/Media page along with a lot of other useful stuff, including manuals, technical data and catalogs. Also a link is provided to the great films of the Y in action. Dealers especially can download these films to show in their stores. Enjoy the Freedom.

Bob

Links:
Trailer Science
Tech/Media Page

 

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  • carf@pagescapes.co.uk'
    Jon - Reply

    August 28, 2016 at 12:58

    I was impressed by your trailers, and was interested in reading your article on trailer science, hoping for insight on the science behind trailer design. The article describes the benefits of trailers over panniers, and while there may be a scientific basis for its claims, I can’t see it turning anyone into a trailer expert, although it might just persuade them to buy one! It does contain useful information about the benefits of trailers, but I would prefer a more accurate title as it comes across like a stealth sales pitch at the moment.

    • Bob - Reply

      September 12, 2016 at 13:14

      Hi Jon,
      I think the trailer science report is obviously a little “tongue in cheek” and are we biased? Hell yeah! But the information about panniers wiggling is still true. So don’t blame me if you come to a trailer website and we are blowing our own horn! ;>) I’m still sure it’s the best trailer out there. Thanks for taking the time to reach out. Best.
      Bob

  • j.r.baine144@btinternet.com'
    Janet - Reply

    May 16, 2016 at 17:50

    Did you really mean “expertise” or would “treatise” be a better word?

    • Bob - Reply

      May 17, 2016 at 08:24

      You’re probably right. i’ll change it. Thanks for checking.
      Bob

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