Bicycle Trailers – A Complete List of The World’s Best Bike Trailers

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If you’re thinking about a trip by bike, you might consider the use of a trailer. While backpacks and bicycle panniers are great for some, many traveling by bike choose to carry their gear in a trailer pulled behind their bike.

There are bicycle trailers made to haul just about anything (from dogs to children, and yes, even boats), but what you’ll find here is a list of trailers that can be used for local commuting or long-distance bike touring. This isn’t a list of EVERY bicycle trailer in the world, but instead, a list of the best and most popular bicycle trailers used for commuting (carrying food to and from the supermarket, for example) or hauling gear (camping equipment, for example) on a local or long-distance bicycle touring adventure.

Without further adieu:  The ultimate list of the world’s best bicycle trailers.

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Adventure Cargo Trailer

Day-to-day practicality make the Adventure Cargo Trailer a really useful addition to any bike around town. Double handle design makes transporting items away from the bike as easy as it is when on the bike. The trailer’s simple fitting system works with any bike and features a simple towball design for ease of attachment. The folding frame means easy storage when packed flat. Zero-hassle mag-style wheels are durable. Reflector and flag included for added visibility. Tough rigid box-bag is water resistant, removable and has an elastic mesh for added external storage capacity.

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Avenir

The Avenir Cargo Trailer is perfect for carrying groceries, camping gear, sporting goods or whatever else you need to take with you when you go by bike! A sturdy, handy companion on long bike trips or gear-loaded runs around town, the Avenir Cargo Bicycle Trailer lets you take it with you. Ideal for toting groceries, camping gear, sporting goods, or whatever else you need on your ride, the trailer features tool-free assembly right out of the box. Quick-release 20-inch wheels provide easy on-and-off when you need to store the trailer or pack it in the car, and rugged 420-denier nylon fabric resists all kinds of outdoor abuse. The trailer, which has a 77-pound cargo capacity, comes complete with rain cover and a two-piece safety flag.

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BicycleR Evolution

If you’re trying to lower your environmental impact and maintain a healthy lifestyle, then look no further! These trailers will give you the flexibility to haul many of those items you’d justify using your car for. It is easily disassembles with three thumb screws and fits inside the box for easy shipping or storage. The bike hitch attaches and releases in seconds. It fits nearly any bike – in the rare case that it does not fit your specific bicycle, the company will customize a hitch that fits your bike at no additional charge. The 24 gallon capacity container is large enough to hold four large paper grocery bags. You can also strap your backpack to the top of the trailer.

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Bob Ibex full suspension mountain biking trailer

Bob Ibex

With its rugged, three inches of adjustable suspension travel, the Ibex trailer will follow you to the ends of the earth. Ride single track, riverbeds and washboard roads, the Ibex will faithfully bring your gear, tools and supplies along with you. Its 70 pound capacity means you can go farther and see more without leaving anything behind.

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Bob Yak

The BOB Yak bicycle trailer set the standard for all other bicycle trailers to come: tough, dependable and ready to roll wherever life moves you. The Yak Trailer carries up to 70 pounds of what you need to ride longer and further. It attaches to most bicycles’ rear wheel hub, creating a low and stable center of gravity with excellent aerodynamics.

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Burley Nomad

Designed specifically for cycle touring, the Nomad encourages comfortable wanderlust with its large carrying capacity and weatherproof cover. It attaches quickly and easily, has a balance point designed to reduce torque on the bike and features a hitch that is ideally positioned to provide superior tracking and stability. It has a cargo space of 105 L, carries up to 100 lb., and weighs less than 15 lb. 

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Burley Flatbed

The utilitarian choice for pulling larger loads, the Burley Flatbed bicycle trailer can haul up to 100 lb. easily with a balance point designed to reduce torque on the bike and a hitch that is ideally positioned to provide superior tracking and stability. The trailer’s open front and back makes it easy to haul long loads.

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Carry Freedom City

Perfectly designed as a bike trailer, the City fits any bike and lets you forget your burden. Even when carrying a full 100 lbs, your bike feels as lively and nimble as normal as the trailer hitches to the bike’s rear axle. This optimum hitch point isolates the trailer from the bike’s twisting and turning movements, making the load feel lighter than if it were in panniers. Plus, the ingenious suspended handle cushions the load and is height adjustable to keep the trailer level no matter what size your bike’s rear wheel is.

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Carry Freedom Y-Frame

The Carry Freedom Y-Frame bicycle trailer features a tough plywood load bed, bolted onto a durable aluminum frame, finished with quality components. The trailer’s wheels & handle release in seconds for flat storage. The tires have Kevlar armor and reflex stripes. The radially SS spoked wheels are fitted with sealed cartridge bearings. The axles are sturdy button release 12mm wheelchair axles. And best of all, the trailer comes in two different sizes: The Carry Freedom Y-Small trailer is better if you like going through doors and the Y-Large trailer is better if you carry silly amounts of stuff all the time.

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Croozer Cargo

The Croozer Cargo is a great general purpose cargo trailer. The Croozer Cargo has plenty of space for groceries, running routine errands – like recycling – or daily commuting. With precious perishable cargo like beer or bratwurst, the key to a good cargo trailer is stability and security, and you get both in abundance with the low-profile Croozer Cargo carrier. The frame is steel with a nylon flat-bed and a denier nylon fabric cover (which can be opened at the back for extra long cargo).

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Extrawheel

The Extrawheel Voyager is an incredible single wheel trailer design. Unlike other trailers, the cargo is propped on either side of a full size wheel. This unique placement allows the load to be placed along the the center point of the wheel for tighter turning clearances and a shorter overall profile. The cargo also sits with the center of gravity below the axle of the wheel to keep the wheel pressed firmly against the ground rather than bouncing when riding over rough terrain.

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Maya Cycle

Maya Cycle bike trailers are compact and easy-to-use for city streets, rides to the beach, camping getaways, cross-country touring, and any other type of bike trip you would like to experience with no hassle. Maya Cycle follows directly in-line with your bicycle wheels at all times and will NOT fishtail, even downhill at high speed. Maya Cycle bike trailers ride only one meter behind your bike, making it easy to maneuver around tight turns and corners. The trailer bed easily detaches from the fork at the pivot point, converting it into a fully functional wheelbarrow with simple rotation of the handle bars. Plus, the retractable kickstand will hold your bicycle upright for easy loading/unloading of cargo. Each Maya Cycle trailer comes with a free storage bag and two bungee straps.

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Nashbar Cargo Trailer

The Nashbar Cargo Trailer is constructed from chromoly steel and is powder-coated for a great looking, durable finish. The design uses a series of triangulated struts resulting in a strong and durable platform for carrying your stuff.

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Optima Quik-Pak

When you need quality in a bicycle cargo trailer, one that is ready for a world tour or simply a trip to the market without options, The Quik-Pak is the one that rises to the top – performance and price wise. This trailer is ready for a fully-loaded bike tour or simply a quick trip to the supermarket.

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Radical Design Cyclone

The Cyclone is an award-winning bike trailer. Cyclone bicycle trailers have been used all over the world for cycling holidays, long bike rides and even expeditions. Due to its robustness, very low rolling resistance and quick conversion to a duffel bag, the Cyclone  Trekking is the perfect trailer for any bike trip with luggage.

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Radical Design Cyclone Cargo

The Cyclone Cargo lets you transport whatever bag, box or container you want. The many lashing points enable you to attach any kind of luggage. Available in two versions: one for bikes with 16-20 inch rear wheel and one for bikes with 26-29 inch rear wheel. Due to its robustness and very low rolling resistance, the Cyclone Cargo is the perfect trailer to move loads with your bike. When the wheels are inserted in the rear axle bushings, the Cyclone can be used as a walking trailer. This way you can easily cover considerable distances, even with a fully loaded bike trailer.

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Radical Design Cyclone Chubby

Specially designed to travel with the Brompton or another very compact folding bike. This version of the Cyclone bicycle trailer is wider and shorter than the regular Cyclone and has a black “padded” bag. The wheels of the Chubby have the same size as the wheels on the Brompton. With the Chubby you can travel by plane, with your Brompton or Airnimal folding bicycle safely stored inside the padded Chubby bag. On arrival, just take out the bike, put your luggage in and connect the Chubby to your bike to have a comfortable travel set-up with up to a 100 liters of storage.

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Weber Monoporter

Boasting smart German engineering and excellent build quality, the Monoporter bicycle trailer is a well-thought out single wheel trailer. The whole thing comes to bits and folds up to produce a very compact, convenient pack for transporting. At 25kg its max load is a little low compared to other trailers and I would be a bit concerned about its low slung platform grounding on very rough tracks.

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Have you used any of these trailers yourself? If so, which one(s) have you used and what did you think?

If you know of a trailer that I’ve missed and should be listed here, please leave a comment below. Make sure you leave the name of the trailer, the company that makes it and (if possible) a link to the company website. Thanks!

Also, be sure to check out the complete list of popular bicycle panniers. On this detailed list your fill find bicycle panniers from popular companies such as Arkel, Axiom, Lone Peak, Ortlieb,  Vaude and more.

About Darren Alff

Darren Alff is a world-renowned authority on bicycle touring and is the founder of BicycleTouringPro.com - the world's most popular bicycle touring website and how-to information source. He is the author of "The Bicycle Touring Blueprint" and three additional cycling books. Darren has dedicated his life to helping others conduct the bicycle tour of their dreams. His websites, books, email newsletter, products and public appearances now inspire and assist hundreds of thousands of people from all around the world.

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49 Comments

  1. Logan

    August 6, 2009 at 1:49 pm

    Hey there!

    Great article. I think you covered the gamut of trailers.

    One trailer I thought of in addition to this list is “the hauler” by human powered machines in Eugene, OR. http://hpm.catoregon.org/?page_id=83 I guess its more of a utility trailer than a touring rig but I guess it depends on how much you want to pull behind you on a touring adventure. ;)

    Cheers,
    Logan.

  2. BobH

    August 6, 2009 at 4:18 pm

    I’m surprised you didn’t mention the Bike Friday Travel System considering you’ve toured on a BF!

    http://community.bikefriday.com/newtravelsystem

    I did love your articles on your European sojourn though!

    Keep pedaling.

    Bob

  3. JimboTrek

    August 6, 2009 at 8:56 pm

    Bike Nashbar Cargo Trailer 1 & 2 (note 2 versions)…they are basically BOB clones, but much cheaper.

    http://www.nashbar.com/bikes/Product_10053_10052_171080_-1___
    http://www.nashbar.com/bikes/Product_10053_10052_171082_-1___

  4. JimboTrek

    August 6, 2009 at 9:13 pm

    My full review for the BOB Ibex is already posted on BTP under the comments section [link below]…. Title: B.O.B. Ibex Trailer ****1/2 “Great trailer…recommended!”

    http://bicycletouringpro.com/blog/bob-ibex-bicycle-trailer-an-in-depth-review/

    I think if you’re doing a tour such as the Great Divide Route, your best choices are either BOB or the Extrawheel…although the Maya looks good too. (that must be new on the market, never heard of it!)

  5. Darren Alff

    August 7, 2009 at 3:11 am

    Bob,

    Thanks for mentioning the Bike Friday Trailer. I knew I was going to forget that one. haha!

    However, because the Bike Friday Travel Trailer is really just a BicycleR Evolution trailer with a Samsonite suitcase mounted on top of it, I have decided to list the BicycleR Evolution trailer on this list instead of the Bike Friday version of this trailer. (Is that okay? Does that make sense?)

    But for those who are interested, you can order a very similar trailer from Bike Friday. The difference is that it has a suitcase on top of it instead of the ice chest type of thing that is currently used on the top of the BicycleR Evolution trailer.

  6. Darren Alff

    August 7, 2009 at 3:18 am

    Jimbo, I’ve added the Nashbar trailers to the list as well. Thank you!

  7. Darren

    August 8, 2009 at 1:38 am

    What about Wicycle? Either their large cargo trailer, or the DIY trailer. Don’t have one, but they look as good or better than the ones you listed.

  8. Darren

    August 8, 2009 at 1:39 am

    Let’s try leaving the link for wicycle again:

    http://www.wicycle.com/

  9. Norm

    August 12, 2009 at 1:47 am

    I thought you folks might get a kick out of this…
    [IMG]http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y286/wdnnsb/biketrailer.jpg[/IMG]

  10. Norm

    August 12, 2009 at 1:53 am

    That first link does not seem to work, lets try this one, just copy and paste to see the picture.
    http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y286/wdnnsb/biketrailer.jpg

  11. Larry

    August 14, 2009 at 2:21 am

    Can you recommend any of the trailers listed that will work with a Bike Friday Bike other than their suitcase? I own a Pocket Lama.

    Thanks,

  12. Steve Roper

    August 21, 2009 at 11:39 am

    Hi Darren,

    Well done for your great site.

    Thought you may be interested to include the Aevon range of mono trailers http://www.aevo.eu.

    Also the Oxtail range. They have a unique high attachment to maintain rear wheel suspension, unlike most axel attachments http://www.oxtailbicyletrailers.com

    May I suggest in the future you may like to consider polarising the trailers into mono trailers and dual trailers (i.e. single wheel for off road trekking and dual wheel for road touring/general)

    Keep up the good work.

    Steve (UK)

  13. Jimbo

    August 21, 2009 at 5:48 pm

  14. Brian

    September 24, 2009 at 8:09 pm

    Cycletote.com A small company that hand builds trailers in Colorado out of Aluminum. They use a two wheeled design with full sized wheels to match your bikes. They have a unique hitch design that attaches to the seatpost. Check em out if you like supporting American.

  15. Rui Oliveira

    October 16, 2009 at 2:05 pm

    Hello I use a BOB Yak from 2000 until now, never use another brand. I like a lot this trailer because, I forgot, I am travel whit 40 kg of things. I try panniers but it´s more dificult to role. I ride more than 5000 km whit my BOB. (you must sorry my bad english)
    Rui

  16. Chet Rideout

    November 23, 2009 at 1:05 pm

    I’ve used three of the trailers you picture; the BOB Yak, the Quik-Pak (an early version), and the Burley Nomad during tours totalling over 6,000 miles. All worked well for me, although some of my touring companions found the Nomad created some instability at speed. The two wheel trailers (all but the BOB) were less twitchy, not influencing the bike performance at all, and were easier to load, unload, and wheel around in the campground. The BOB puts a little more weight on the back wheel, but most likely results in less wind resistance and rolling resistance; it also is better if you are on a trail. My favorite trailer has been the Burley Nomad, since it is so easy to break down into a flat package. My friend Piero and I have towed the Burleys on two tours and loaded them in their bags on Amtrak with our boxed bikes for a return to Seattle with no problems.

  17. Glenn G.

    November 26, 2009 at 6:16 pm

    Here is a very interesting bike trailer. http://www.koolstop.com/trailers/mule.html

  18. Chet Rideout

    December 2, 2009 at 4:36 am

    Correction:
    In my comments I meant to say some people found the BOB trailer to be unstable at speed, not the Nomad. The two wheel trailers are more stable.

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  20. Paul Hogan

    April 21, 2010 at 12:17 pm

    I suggest that you include the CycleTote trailer. Lifetime guarantee, full size wheels, convenient hitch, and strong as an ox. It is adaptable for all sorts of uses, from touring, to kids, even to carrying a 6’4″ 250 pound adult.

  21. Ben

    July 1, 2010 at 2:03 am

    The Aevon trailer is currently the most stable trailer… on the road and off-road. It is very strong too!
    => http://www.aevon-trailers.com

  22. Loco

    August 12, 2010 at 2:00 pm

    Aevon is good, but the price is not so good.

  23. Glen Aldridge

    August 14, 2010 at 9:47 am

    Hi Darren, here’s a link for a trailer that’s available in several sizes. I have used mine aroud town & find it very handy as it folds down almost flat. What really surprised me was the cost – about $100. u.s. The weight may be a little high for touring but I really haven’t had any problem towing it locally. / Glen

    http://www.aosom.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=29

  24. Ted

    August 30, 2010 at 6:16 pm

    The OXTAIL TRAILER should be in your list. It has the sort of simplicity and adaptability which has made the bicycle such a classic. Find it here:

    http://www.oxtailbicycletrailers.com/

  25. Rui Oliveira

    December 1, 2010 at 3:31 pm

    Hello I use a BOB yak For 10 years. For me Ít´s the best thing to travel and to use in the day to day.
    Rui

  26. Terence

    December 3, 2010 at 4:23 pm

    Thanks for the post of the New Maya Cycle. The website is http://www.mayacycle.com. We are also giving some away when you sign up for the Revolution of Cycling Blog at http://mayacycle.web2.hubspot.com

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  28. Quentin

    January 27, 2011 at 9:45 pm

    Hi, I like your site
    I wanted to let you know that we have started a small trailer fabrication business here in Santa Cruz CA. The trailers are single wheel of my own design and the product of years of testing. We do all the fabrication and sewing in house and source U.S. made materials as much as possible. Take a look
    http://www.fftouring.com
    thanks
    Quentin

  29. Sifredo Martinez

    March 30, 2011 at 3:01 pm

    I”ve considered buying a trailer, but generally have decided against it. Can’t picture
    me raising the trailer 20 ft off the ground, between two trees, in an effort to keep my
    food away from bears and such. So I used panniers when I bicycled to the Arctic
    Circle and when I bicycled across the USA.

    This coming summer I will bicycle from my home in Denver to Niagara Falls (on the
    Canadian side}. I ride a mountain bike with water-proof panniers. I”m 79 yrs young. Am 5’8″ now, but used to be 6’5″, an shrinking a bit. Ha,ha,ha.

  30. carrie

    July 18, 2011 at 8:03 pm

    the cargo bin trailer with cover is excellent for touring. Light, aerodynamic and smooth.

  31. Bruce Morrow

    October 28, 2011 at 7:57 pm

    Look at the Equinox Cargo Trailer. It looks alot like to OLD Burley Cargo Trailer from the ’90’s. It is pricey but it looks well made here in the USA

  32. Bruce Morrow

    October 28, 2011 at 8:00 pm

    I recently purchased the Aosom Cargo Trailer from Amazon.com. It frame and botton of the trailer is steel. Weighs about 35 lbs. The interior space is about the same as my old Burley Cargo Trailer (not the new Nomad from Burley)

  33. Will

    March 17, 2012 at 2:29 am

  34. Pat

    March 22, 2012 at 8:48 am

    I have been very impressed with Farfarer’s second generation trailer that I recently purchased. It is a uniquely styled single wheeled trailer that weighs less than 10lb. It is seatpost mounted for stability with a QR at the seatpost and a QR wheel. It also breaks down small enough to ship with your bike. t doesn’t come with a drybag, but that wasn’t an issue for me since I already had the bag.

    fftouring.com . .

  35. Wally Tamsen

    July 25, 2012 at 12:57 pm

    Firstly thanks for a lot of great info from your book and website.

    For various reasons I settled on the oxtail trailer (pic attached and see http://www.oxtailbicycletrailers.com).

    It tows like a dream although for muddy roads I will be fitting mudguards.

    It’s winter in South Africa right now and Cape Town is wet and windy. We’ll be doing a short three day tour in spring and perhaps longer tours afterwards, on gravel roads as much as possible – I hate traffic.

    Keep up the good work on your book and if you want to, include this trailer in your write-up.

  36. Andrew

    January 27, 2013 at 11:19 am

    Does anyone know the price for the Aevon STD 100 bike trailer or the price for the tout terrain Mule bike trailer. Both are German companies and don’t list their prices?

    I just purchased a new kona and all current bike trailers that hook to the axle are now obsolete as the new bike has through axles.

  37. robert

    March 12, 2013 at 11:48 pm

    i have an adventure trailer that i use for ham radio/camping cant wait for the good old scottish weather to brighten up. great site btw. wish more peolpe in glasgow would use a trailer dont see many use them.

  38. Roger

    March 26, 2013 at 5:00 pm

    Just bought your book Darren. This is a good service to cyclists, congratulations! I’m extremely happy with my TWBents “Bob-style trailer” which I bought in Australia for $240 Aus. Bobs here then were $600 for a yak and $700 for an Ibex! American gear is much more expensive than Asian gear down here. I have towed my modified trailer, full of food, cook-set, spares , fishing tackle, water and tools for 20000km around Queensland for the seven years I have owned it. I also pack a set of Radical Design rear panniers and a seat back bag strapped to the rear pannier rack on my Optima Lynxx Recumbent Touring cycle, in which I carry my clothes, tent, mattress, wet weather gear, medication, first aid kit, iPad, phone, torches and recharging equipment. If i could get away with not needing the trailer to carry my necessities, then I’d gladly do without it. This rig works VERY WELL FOR ME. I don’t care what any body else rides. I found my zippy light mountain bike gave me a sore crutch, hands and back when I did my first supported 500km ride on it but it was most excellent in the mountains doing what it was designed to do. I decided CYCLE TOURING was what I wanted to do in my retirement and so I have set my self up to go! The best effort I’ve achieved in 24 hrs fully loaded is 245km last September. Im 65 in October this year! Viva! Tailwinds and Declines!!
    So Darren I’d like to say, keep up the good work of telling the enthusiastic and uninitiated WHAT CHOICES ARE AVAILABLE and don’t set yourself up for derision by suggesting you know WHAT IS BEST for everyone.
    Have many more good days cycling!
    Roger

  39. jim

    May 5, 2013 at 8:05 am

    The trailer comes with an original hitch for attaching the trailer to the bike. This hitch is much more complicated and frustrating that it has to be. It has several washers, spacers and nuts that fit on a quick release skewer that’s excessively long and cumbersome. When you ride the bike without the trailer, these spacers create an annoying cling and jingle with road vibration. The last of these spacers has a nut with a welded lock washer that grinds and chews up the bike frame. The nuts, spacers and long length of the skewer renders the quick release useless. Its virtually impossible to change a flat tire with this hitch attached. In an email, the owner of the company, Marta Staniszewski, admits that this hitch design is flawed and offered the new hitch at an additional cost, plus an excessive shipping charge. She stated that the new hitch was developed after the company received much feedback about the original hitch. She herself admits finding the hitch frustrating. However, Maya is still selling the trailer with the original hitch and charging extra for a hitch that looks like it would actually work.

    The welds on the trailer are poorly manufactured, the actual weight is more than 2 pounds more than whats specified on the Maya website, the powdercoat is splotchy, the trailer fork grinds inside the steer tube of the trailer. Maya will also sell you a plastic bushing that makes the steer tube slide supposedly smoother, but it too is an additional cost with excessive shipping. Sharp steel flakes or burrs are painted over and create a rough surface to the touch. The wheel was not true out of the box. The hub looks like it came from a terrible department store bike, or wheelbarrow and spins even worse. The fender is floppy and rubs on the wheel. Maybe it wouldn’t rub if the wheel were trued. The tire hold a minimum are pressure and creating more road resistance than is has to. This would need to be replaced as well.

    The less cost is not worth the difference in quality you would get with a high quality trailer like a Topeak or BOB. The excessive additional cost to get the Maya trailer to work correctly, out of the box makes up the difference. I am definitely sending this trailer back, but will still be out the shipping.

    • Hoss

      August 5, 2014 at 8:25 pm

      Personally I don’t give a brass farthing about positive reviews. I go directly to bad reviews, and do similar comparisons to notice trends / issues in the product.
      Thanks Jim, had some misgivings jumping into a new product on the market. Sounds pretty damn short sighted on the owners part, (a) not offering a upgraded component for free, and (b) not updating future production shipped with new hitch. It is a interesting design with stand and reverse handles. Needs a little refinement, better quality control, and exec leadership running this start-up from what I gather.

      Going to a Bob or Nomad.

  40. anne marie

    May 6, 2013 at 11:00 am

    Hi! I’m doing a bike trip this summer using the Bongo Wandertec trailer:
    http://www.biketrailershop.com/wandertec-bongo-bike-cargo-trailer-large-p-1579.html

    Love your blog!
    Happy Trails.
    Anne Marie

  41. Penny Kemert

    May 8, 2013 at 1:02 pm

    Hi Darren. Hubby and I both imported the CarryFreedom Large Y-Frames from the UK and have used them on 2 tours here in South Africa. They are a dream to tow on flat roads and slight declines but on steep hills push you down at an alarming rate – we have clocked 67kms/hr going downhill. They are a nightmare to tow uphill but maybe we were a bit overloaded. We plan to use them again but with minimal luggage from Dar es Salaam to Cape Town.

  42. matt

    May 8, 2013 at 10:08 pm

    I use xpr performance one wheel trailer. It’s awesome. Maybe u could add that on to your list?

  43. Michael E.

    May 26, 2013 at 5:15 am

    I had a B.O.B. Ibex single wheel suspension trailer until it was stolen recently. I had it for seven years. It s a fantastic trailer for the price ($399usd). I put thousands of miles on that trailer and it never gave me any trouble. It is durable and very well built and designed. I modified it by adding a couple of PVC tubes to carry fishing poles and tools, I also added a splash guard in front to keep some tire splash off.
    I just ordered a Wandertec Lg Bongo trailer, I’m excited to get it out of the box and start using it.

  44. Mike

    August 3, 2013 at 9:20 am

    I have Maya Cycle and use it for shopping, commuting and recently for longer trips (600 km).
    The trailer seems to work very well on off road trails too.
    The quality of the trailer is excellent! I am really surprised with Jim’s comments. I do not know where he got the trailer from, but I noticed that the cheep copy of Maya Cycle is sold by the Chinese distributor on the internet.
    We got the trailer in mint condition: welds, the paint are very good. The plastic bearings are glued to the pivot tube. The handle bars work well as the wheelbarrow handle.
    The only thing what needs improvement is the quick release, which as far as I can see on the Maya website, is already redesigned and sold on the website too.

  45. Peter

    March 19, 2014 at 5:47 pm

    Have look a the trailers made in Ontario Canada

  46. Omar Ruiz-Diaz

    May 29, 2014 at 10:24 pm

    Hi, salute from Barcelona. There’s a a bike trailer that’s awesome and price accessibly as a Qeridoo QX. Here’s the link http://www.qeridoo.com/index.php/en/products/cargo-trailer/qeridoo-qx-english

  47. Tyler

    July 20, 2014 at 11:58 am

    I can’t seem to find the Adventure Cargo Trailer anywhere. Anyone have any advice?

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