The rear axle of a bike is a solid structure that holds the trailer hitch dropouts. There are two types of hitches, solid axles and improvised ones. A solid axle has a socket and pin receiver on the axle end, while an improvised hitch attaches to the rear cargo rack. Since rear racks are not structural components of the bicycle, they cannot handle much weight or torque loading, and improvised hitches can be dangerous and ineffective.
Burley Nomad cargo trailer
If you’re looking for a great trailer for your bicycle, consider the Burley Nomad Bike Cargo Trailers. This trailer has many features, including UPF 50+ tinted windows and room for your family’s luggage and cargo. Plus, with so much cargo space, you’ll never run out of places to go. You’ll have everything you need to go on your next adventure, from groceries to camping gear.
Burley Flatbed cargo trailer
Whether you want to take your mountain bike on an outing to the lake or you want to carry your groceries from one place to another, the Burley Flatbed bike cargo trailer is perfect for you. Its wide Bike Cargo Trailers area and UPF 50+ tinted windows allow you to easily see and enjoy the scenery. It also has enough space for two people and a bike to keep everything safe and secure. The Burley Flatbed bike cargo trailer is one of the best on the market.
Burley Travoy cargo trailer
The compact design of the Burley Travoy Bike Cargo Trailers means that you can take it with you on the daily commute and the occasional neighborhood bike share ride without worrying about it taking up space on your bike. The features of the trailer, such as the quick-hitch system and extendable tow arm, were thoughtfully designed to help you tow the trailer with your bicycle. Whether you’re hauling gear for a trip or hauling your kids’ soccer gear, this trailer is ideal.
Free Parable T2 cargo trailer
A Free Parable T2 Bike Cargo Trailers has removable resin cantilevered supports to attach to a bicycle’s seat post. It is secured using four mm Allen keys and has durable nylon compression straps. The trailer also folds into a sack and can be stored on a wall hook. You can also transport the trailer in your car. The trailer is made of steel and isn’t universal, so you may need to buy an adapter if you want to use it on a universal bike.
Travoy XC cargo trailer
The Travoy XC Bike Cargo Trailers from Burley Design is a two-wheeled dolly that comes with multiple accessories. This versatile trailer features a Quick Hitch that clamps securely to a bike’s seat post. The setup is quick and simple and allows for easy trips to the store or home. It also comes with an extendable tow arm, which makes it easy to fit over rear racks or e-bike batteries.
Travoy XC has an upright trolley
Burley’s limited edition Travoy XC has an upright trolley for carrying your bike and your stuff. For every Travoy sold, Burley will donate $30 to the PeopleForBikes Community Grant Program. This Bike Cargo trailer is well-made and comes with optional bags. It’s easy to attach to multiple Bike Cargo Trailers, including ride-share ones. It also has a rear rack for easy attachment to your car.
Travoy XC has tow arm
A towing arm is a necessary part of Bike Cargo Trailers and it helps you to pull it with your bike. The Travoy XC bike cargo trailer has an upright trolley with two wheels and a tow arm. It is ideal for city cyclists who want a compact luggage solution. The tow arm is equipped with a Quick Hitch connector, which means that you can easily attach it to your bike. You can even install it without using any tools. The trailer also comes with a padded hand grip so that you can easily carry your luggage.