The BikeBok Takes Brooklyn!

As a city cyclist, I find that BikeBok makes my travel a lot more spontaneous. If I want to run by the grocery store on the way home, I don’t have to worry about how I’m going to carry the groceries. If I want to visit a friend as well as heading to school, I don’t have to weigh whether it’s worth it to carry my books as well as my computer. And no more getting my papers ruined if I’m caught in a downpour!
After Hurricane Sandy, electricity and public transportation were down in parts of New York for weeks. With gas shortages and travel restrictions, bicycles quickly emerged as the best way to get around. Crews of volunteers on bikes rode out to the hard-hit coastal areas to provide relief. I loaded up my BikeBok with canned goods and other donations and biked down to distribution centers to drop them off. Being able to carry large amounts of supplies made the BikeBok as useful in a crisis as for everyday shopping!

Katherine

Biking the Branches of the Brooklyn Public Library. BikeBok can carry up to 40lbs of books - just don't try reading while riding!

Biking the Branches of the Brooklyn Public Library. BikeBok can carry up to 40lbs of books – just don’t try reading while riding!

A BikeBok beta tests the attachment stabilizers. Verdict? Not even the most potholed city street can unbalance the BikeBok!

A BikeBok beta tests the attachment stabilizers. Verdict? Not even the most potholed city street can unbalance the BikeBok!

BikeBok stands out in a crowd - but takes up very little extra space!

BikeBok stands out in a crowd – but takes up very little extra space!

 

The beta BikeBok ready to conquer Brooklyn!

The beta BikeBok ready to conquer Brooklyn!

 

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