We're (Sort Of) Featured in Bicycling Magazine
Although this whimsical photo of was obviously staged, it does some raise several points I'd like to address.
First, moving furniture by bike using our trailers is entirely feasible. There are several moving companies that use them. However, you probably don't want to do it the way this guy does in the photo.
Second, even though it looks cool, you probably shouldn't use a single-speed bike like the one shown in the photo with our trailers. Instead, you'll want to use a mountain bike with 21-speeds or more. That will give you some very low gears you can use to easily get your load moving, and higher gears you can use when you start picking up speed or are returning empty. Mountain bikes usually have better brakes, too, which is obviously important when pulling a heavy load. Also, their wheels are stronger, so they hold up better to the stresses imposed by a loaded trailer.
Third, whenever you haul cargo, you'll want to secure your load with some shock cords or ratchet straps. Each trailer we sell comes complete with shock cords, but you might want to order extras if you're moving big pieces of furniture.
Finally, our trailers are built to carry cargo, not people. You should never carry people on them, as our trailers are not equipped with a rollover protective structure nor safety belts. (And, in case you are wondering, we do not offer such equipment as an option, either. Remember, they're cargo trailers.) If you need to carry someone (even a baby, as they staged in the photo), use a trailer especially designed for that purpose, not one of our trailers.
Despite these criticisms, we were pleased to see one of our products again featured in Bicycling (they gave us a positive review several years ago). Even if they neglected to mention who was the manufacturer of the trailer in the photo.☺