Last weekend I finally broke down and bought one. It's a little enclosed trailer that can haul up to two 50lb kids behind a bike. It has a cool hitch reciever type system. I fabed up a second hitch mount for my wife's bike so we can switch back and forth if one of us gets tired. Got it at walmart for $77 .
Now we can ride as a family. Or I can ride alone with it and hit yard sales and come home with it fully loaded . I haven't ridden much since our daughter was born a year ago, hopefully that can change now. Too bad I'm so out of shape now .
Best tank= 81.23 mpg on july 1st 2008
SAVE SOME GAS, SAVE THE WORLD!
I read the title and thought: "Good! She can pull the groceries home from the store behind her bike!"
Then I realized you were going to pull her in the trailer.
A quick excercise in low speed aerodynamics: if your trailer sides/top fold down flat like my brother's kiddie trailer does, try pulling it (empty) in both configurations. You can easily notice the extra effort just from the bad aero when it's deployed vs stowed, at very low speeds (like 10-15 mph).