The Burley Minnow is a single seat kids bike trailer. Upholding the Burley Standard for safety, the Minnow has: a full aluminum roll cage, 5-point harness system and passes rigorous Burley Standard durability testing. It has a comfortable hammock style seat, fold flat design, water-resistant cover, and large cargo area. The Minnow is a bike only trailer. If you are looking for a quality trailer with all the essentials the Minnow is for you. - Seating for one child - Compact fold flattens the trailer for easy storage and transportation - 20” push button wheels for quick removal - Spacious rear cargo area - Tinted side windows - Recessed helmet pocket for extra head room - Hammock style seat provides passive suspension for rider comfort
Burley’s official adapter for bikes with a 12mm thru axle. Stock thru axles are not able to accommodate any sort of axle mounted hitch system. The Burley Thru Axle is a requirement for any axle mounted hitch system with a bike that has a 12mm thru axle. Burley's new Thru Axles have an external male threading on the end to accommodate the installation of our axle mounted hitch system.
With versatility like a pickup truck, but none of the gas, Burley's Flatbed trailer will change the way you approach errands. This 14-pound cargo trailer is made from light aluminum and can hold a full 100 pounds of whatever you need to haul around. The tough PCV Skin material stands up to 2x4s and furniture without adding weight. The foldable design and quick-release wheels make it easy to store when not in use, and it uses the same hitch as Burley's child trailers, making it simple to swap from trailer to trailer.
$24.99 - $119.99
The Steel Hitch provides the critical connection from your Burley Trailer to your bicycle. The hitch installs easily on the rear skewer of your bike, and then stays attached so the Burley can be connected at any time. If you’d like to swap the Burley from bike to bike, pick up a couple spare hitches and install them on the extra bikes so the hitch doesn’t need to be un-installed when swapping bikes.
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