The Rollout Self-Propelled Trailer Chassis is designed for mounting a huge variety of modules, or “Apps.” And the list of Apps is growing.
Iced coffee, cold nitro brew, beer, snacks, and swag. Everything tastes better outside! The Brouhaha is an attention-getter, so while you’re selling what you’ve got you can also give your brand an extra boost.
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The ultimate tool for projecting party power throughout the world, the Big Cooler App consists of… er… a big cooler! Pictured here with a Surly Big Dummy, Xtracycle accessories, and a custom “Grill-O-Cycle.”
This strong plastic bin is rainproof and lockable, and has enough capacity for a trip to the store.
Equipment: Rollout Trailer Chassis, Rollout Tongue Extender, & Thule J Stacker.
Description: Rollout Trailer Chassis is compatible with a variety of automobile roof rack systems you may already have. The Rollout Tongue Extender prevents the kayak from interfering with the rear wheel of the bicycle.
The Farm Cart App is made from recycled pallets. It can be used to haul in the harvest or to bring loads home from the grocery store or the Farmer’s Market.
This app is as fun for the person pulling it as the kids along for the ride. The Rocket App has been disigned with saftey in mind with roll bars and saftey harnesses.
Equipment: Rollout Trailer Chassis, Rollout Tongue Extender, & Modified Thule J Stacker.
Description: This app was on display at the Midwest Standup Paddleboard Festival and featured in Silent Sports. For added protection the Thule J Stacker was wrapped with bicycle handlebar tape. The tape prevented the board from chafing against the top horizontal bar of the Thule J Stacker.
Most canoes are too wide to fit between the trailer’s wheels, so the Upper Deck accessory is needed to raise the canoe above them. The Tongue Extension is also necessary. With the canoe raised up there is plenty of space between the wheels for paddles, lifejackets, bailing buckets, muskets, beaver pelts, etc.
You may already own the Bicycle Carrier App without knowing it. The Rollout Chassis is compatible with bike trays made by Yakima and Thule. Chances are if you can carry it on the roof of your car, than you can pull it behind your bike.
If you’d like to get a message out, a moving sign pulled by a human being is hard to beat. While a static billboard becomes invisible after you’ve seen it once or twice, a moving sign can be seen all over town with different backgrounds and different contexts.