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Burley
D'Lite X Stroller

4.923076923076923 out of 5 stars
13 Reviews
$899.95 - $999.95
Color:Sage Green/Charcoal Grey/White

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Why We Like The Burley D'Lite X Stroller

We roll and stroll in comfort with Burley's D'Lite X Stroller. The push-button wheels and foldable design simplify setup, while the Flex Connector keeps this buggy upright even after we laid our bike on its side. We flip on the parking brake to load our precious cargo into the cushy reclining seats, buckling them into the 5-point harnesses with one click. When they're settled, we zip the water-shedding, UV-blocking cover closed and adjust the suspension to ensure a smooth ride. As we pedal, the bowed-out sides give our passengers plenty of room, and the internal aluminum roll cage gives us peace of mind. From asphalt to dirt, the wide, rugged wheels roll steadily, with wheel guards boosting protection against obstacles. Once in town, we shake the dropped and crushed crackers from the removable floor mat and quickly switch this trailer into stroller mode.


Details

  • Convertible bike trailer/stroller for your little adventure buddies
  • Single- and double-seat options to suit your needs
  • Seat(s) can be removed for hauling more cargo or your pup
  • Tinted windows block UV rays and water-resistant cover sheds drizzles
  • Adjustable handlebar flips forward to double as a roll bar
  • Rear reflectors and included safety flag help keep you seen
  • Roomy cargo area to pack along all your adventure needs
  • Multiple conversion kit options available (sold separately)
  • Item #BLYK01N
Material
[frame] heat-treated 6061-T6 aluminum, [cover] 600D polyester
Seats
[single] 1, [double] 2
Storage Volume
[single] 40L, [double] 50L
Handlebar
adjustable, [height] 30 - 51in
Brake
yes
Wheels
20in
Sun / Rain Cover
adjustable, UPF 50+
Includes
trailer, user's manual, tow bar (with hitch), 1-wheel stroller kit, 2 wheels, 2 quick receivers, safety flag
Compatibility
universal, E-bike friendly
Recommended Child Weight
[per child] 40lb
Dimensions
[single] (open) 33.3 x 27.1 x 38.3in, (folded) 36 x 27.5 x 15in, [double] (open) 33.3 x 31.3 x 38.3in, (folded) 37 x 31.3 x 14.3in
Claimed Weight
[single] 27lb 9.6oz, [double] 30lb 6.4oz
Manufacturer Warranty
[fabric] limited 1 year, [plastic, frame] limited 5 year
Activity
road cycling, casual

Overall Rating

5 based on 13 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

June 19, 2024

Great trailer

This trailer rides smooth enough that my 1 year old grandson fell asleep riding on a rough gravel/ dirt trail, awesome trailer

Ronnie S.
burley.com

Originally reviewed on burley.com

5 out of 5 stars

May 30, 2024

My kids love it

I really love this. It’s very sturdy and the simplicity of all the components is very well thought out I like how most things are pre-attached and nothing can get lost. Overall, I think that this design is much better than the other brand name that is a bit more expensive than this. I can tell that my little bicycle cart is going to last me a lifetime. My son loves to go and sit in it when it’s parked in the garage it’s perfect. Thanks, Burley for making such a great product.

Crystal C.
burley.com

Originally reviewed on burley.com

5 out of 5 stars

October 6, 2023

You get what you pay for . . .

Recently purchased a new D’Lite X single. I just moved to Chicago from Eugene, OR, so a Thule was not an option. I was planning on buying a used bike trailer, so that I might take my 16 m.o. granddaughter for rides along Lake Shore Drive’s famous bike path. I couldn’t find a reasonably priced used one in Eugene or Chicagoland, as people don’t want to sell them or they repurpose them. Although on that first trip my granddaughter was initially unhappy about a bike helmet, she spent the next hour in rapt awe as we made our way through the fascinating cacophony that is Chicago bike paths on the weekend. (So different from the rural hills and Willamette River pathways of Eugene.) I was very pleased with the suspension system — this will be very helpful when we venture into the pot-hole filled streets of the town. I like the idea of using recycled material, although like with Patagonia, the reality is a hard one to prove. I was reluctant to spend what seems to be an inordinate amount of money, but the quality of the seat alone made the deal. Having watched the price of baby seats go through the roof [sic], Burley could reasonably charge even more. Attaching the steel hitch to an older Trek Madone was trivial; a newer Trek Checkpoint did require a longer skewer, but determining the size was straightforward. I was very surprised how little I noticed pulling the trailer with either bike; as my granddaughter grows, that may change. When it does, it’ll be time for a ride-along, with the D’Lite transitioning to a travel trailer. With 4 panniers, a handlebar and rear rack bag, the 75+ pounds the trailer could carry means that a full solar array, a microwave, two fly fishing rigs, and a Stellarvue refractor can come along on the bike packing trip. [Just kidding.] I have a garage, so storage is not a real problem. Collapsing the trailer for transport looks reasonable. [Unfortunately, this review was NOT sponsored by a promotion. If Burley would like to send me a corporate swag kit, I may have to accept. 🙄]

Marvin F.
burley.com

Originally reviewed on burley.com

5 out of 5 stars

July 27, 2023

Worth it

I love how easy this converts to a stroller after a bike ride. The extra elbow roOk and removable foot mat is fantastic. The UV protection on the windows is another big favorite and I love the open mesh in the back window to allow more air flow. This rides so so smooth. My only issue is I’m not a fan of the middle bar as it cuts cargo space down a lot and the recline isn’t as reclined as Thule is. I would not put a baby under 6 months in this, because even in the deepest recline it’s very upright. Please make an actually reclined baby hammock like Thule so we can use the stroller function earlier!

Jessica P.
burley.com

Originally reviewed on burley.com

5 out of 5 stars

June 19, 2023

The D'Lite X is D'trailer to have

The Burley D'Lite X (single) is the prefect blend of comfort features, space and ease of use. Tons of space for the essentials plus all the extras. Loaded with clever features to take the annoyances out of trailers that competitors have. We are so happy with our Burely D'Lite X (single). I have recommended it to all of our friends and family.

Tony K.
burley.com

Originally reviewed on burley.com

5 out of 5 stars

May 3, 2023

Kid minded trailer

My kids love the burley d’lite x. As a bike trailer and a stroller. It checks all our boxes. It was built with kids in mind. My 1 year old can sleep in the recliner position while my 4 year old sits up and enjoys the ride.

keith s.
burley.com

Originally reviewed on burley.com

4 out of 5 stars

March 9, 2023

Latch bars are too tight trying to open

We collapse our trailer for car transport everytime we use it. When you go to open it and squeeze the frame tubes together, its very difficult and takes a ton of force to get the tubes to latch. Multiple times we've needed two adults to pull the frame tubes at the same time to latch it. We bought our trailer over 1 year ago and just figured it was so tight because it was new and would break in, however that was not true - it's still tight. I cannot assemble the trailer myself and my husband also struggles. This is not a great user experience. Otherwise we love it, even used it skiing on a few inches of ungroomed trails the other day and it did great!

Melissa
burley.com

Originally reviewed on burley.com

5 out of 5 stars

February 13, 2023

Love this Trailer, use it daily.

Nice for hauling the kid to daycare year round. We ride though a wooded dirt trail daily and this thing has held up great. Nice extra challenge mountain biking with a double trailer in tow.

Oscar
burley.com

Originally reviewed on burley.com

5 out of 5 stars

November 11, 2022

Burley D-Lite X - in depth review

Bike use: So far so good! My husband and I have had our burley d-lite x for a couple of months and overall we are very happy with the design. First I must state that we immediately went to the 16” off-road tires. Our first use was on a flat paved trail. Our biggest concern is safety and I must say I was a little worried about the way the flex connector works. Once I tried it, I can completely lay my bike down with no rotating force on the burley. This immediately calmed my fears (so much so that the ball-style attachment that I ordered is still in its packaging.) The thru-axle mount seems very sturdy and the safety strap just adds confidence. I love how the front hooks in with the yellow clips! I do not like that the plastic rain cover (wind shield) does not end up tight like the competition. Stroller use: (** handle slips!! **) We also purchased the 1 wheel jogging stroller attachment. I went into this thinking, “we already have a very nice stroller”. But after trying this unit in grass. I was in love with this as a stroller. But! This is not without one downside that I feel could use a huge improvement. The handle tightens using a plastic gear—tooth design. From the factory, this handle won’t latch tight enough to stay fixed. I think this mechanism needs to be upgraded in the dlite x v2

Natalie C.
burley.com

Originally reviewed on burley.com

5 out of 5 stars

November 1, 2022

Loving the D’lite x

Absolutely love our D’lite burley. Little bubs can’t quite sit up alone so we bought the extra sitting cushions, they really made a difference in support for our 5 month old. We only have one baby but am planning on another in a couple years so we got the two seater. I thought it might be a little heavy as a stroller but I can maneuver it up a couple stairs to get off the front deck just fine and I can load it in to the back of the truck without help from my husband. We haven’t hooked it up to a bike just yet, we will probably attach the ski gear for some snowshoeing first because winter is almost here. To be honest we got all the bells and whistles for each season all at once so we could get out of the house each season without having to wait for deliveries. We have used it as a stroller most but look forward to its versatility. I almost got the cub I think it was, but decided against it since the cub isn’t “hike” compatible. ie the cub wasn’t compatible with the 16 inch wheels. For the trails we plan on going I thought it would probably be best to be able to use the 16 inch wheels. The D’lite doesn’t have the hard plastic bottom like the cub, but instead is a little lighter by like 9lbs and is compatible with the hiking wheels. It can be a bit of an investment upfront but it was totally worth it being able to get out in any season with the bubs and have the space to pack the “just in case extras” to help make outings easier!

KRISTEN J.
burley.com

Originally reviewed on burley.com