Hi All, We are in the midst of starting up a commuter driven bicycle advertising company in Melbourne. I thought this would be a good venue to introduce people to the business and see what kind of…Continue
Unfortunately, we do not have any designs that accommodate 16" or 20" wheels. Our current design is suited for anything equal to or above a 26" wheel.
Although the signage may not suit your bike…"
You make a good point about the crosswinds. My wife has been one of the outsider guinea pigs for some of the testing as she commutes to the CBD daily but she is quite a new rider. Her comments have been that you…"
You have a very valid point. When you cover the front wheel of a bike or attach anything to a bike, you alter the characteristics of the handling and performance.
We have been developing the signage for about 5…"
"Hmmm... I commute every day, and ride most weekends too. However, I ride a number of different bicycles. Would that cause an issue? (I also may choose not to ride one with advertising on days with fierce crosswinds) ;)"
Thanks for the kind wishes and great questions.
How much weight do they add?
In terms of exact weight, it should be under 1kg. We have used 1.5mm 100% recyclable plastic that is sourced from a supplier in Dandenong…"
Hi All, We are in the midst of starting up a commuter driven bicycle advertising company in Melbourne. I thought this would be a good venue to introduce people to the business and see what kind of feedback we get. Basically, we sell advertising space on commuters' bikes and pay people to ride to work, school or wherever. The payments to the riders and fee for the business advertising is based on data that we gather through smartphone GPS applications and handheld GPS trackers for those of us…See More
I have a commuter Malvern Star FR3.0 and it's awesome!
What is the best thing about riding?
Going faster than a car or a tram...
A few words about yourself. (This bit is entirely optional!)
I moved to Melbourne about a year ago and I am starting a bike advertising company. I am not a bike nut although most people think that I am. I ride because of the convenience, health benefits and cost savings - that doesn't sound very exciting, does it?