Shingleback Off Road & AusCycling…the start of a new chapter
We are pleased to announce a new partnership with AusCycling as we embark on another chapter across all types of two-wheel riding with our sport rack and bicycle trailers across Australia.
To kick off this wonderful partnership, we have become the official trailer supplier for Ride Nation Schools, AusCycling’s bike educational program to encourage more people to enjoy riding their bike, regardless of age, circumstance, skill level and location – a passion truly close to our hearts at Shingleback Off Road.
“AusCycling approached Shingleback for a safe, multi-purpose solution to help support Ride Nation and other associated projects. We are ecstatic to launch the Shingleback Outrigger Bike Trailer, which is adapted to carry BMX, road and eMTB and MTB bikes” said Andrew Taylor, Director and Co-Owner of Shingleback Off Road.
“Cycling has seen incredible growth throughout the pandemic, and with the ongoing support of Ride Nation from new partners like Shingleback Off Road, the development of our riders will only continue to improve in the new year and beyond.” – Agostino Giramondo, EGM of Commercial, Clubs and Community at AusCycling
The all-new Shingleback bike trailer rises above any other bicycle trailer, it’s built tough using high quality Australian made materials and components throughout with a tough powdercoat for worry-free usage. With an average unloaded weight of approx. half a tonne, the Shingleback Bike Trailer is designed to tow behind most vehicles. Perfectly suited for schools and cycling clubs that need a reliable and proven bike trailer to transport 12 – 24 bicycles. The all new trailer features an updated cradle design, the trailer can be used with a range of wheel sizes and bicycle types, including BMX Bikes, Road Bikes, Gravel Bikes, Mountain Bikes and e-Bikes. Learn more about our range of Shingleback bike trailers here.
AusCycling and Shingleback Off Road are embarking on a vision to make Australia a nation of bike riders, build stronger club communities and make cycling more accessible to everyone.