With all the hassles of biking to campus, students should opt for an alternate mode of transportation. Riding a bike to school may seem tedious, but some students and professors think it will save you time and money, while providing an opportunity to exercise. Making the ride a little easier on students who have a lot to carry on their journey, Burro Components is creating a bike rack to hold items such as backpacks, textbooks and other items.
Biomedical engineering senior Griffin Paul assembles a Burro Rack onto his bike that was built while on Cal Poly Frame Builders club.
This Burro Rack went through a few prototypes before the final design was made.
With Griffin Paul taking next quarter off to be a ski bum in Colorado, Burro Components will be taking a break during winter quarter. However, once Paul returns he hopes to get a team together and start selling more units in the spring.