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Handlebar Console

4 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews



Burley Handlebar Console

Phone, wallet, keys, snacks - keep all your essentials close at hand with the Handlebar Console. With a large center compartment, interior zippered pocket for smaller items, and two cup holders, your gear will stay secure and organized while you stroll. Easy to attach and detach, the console can be stored in the trailer’s cargo area when in biking mode. 

main, 2 cup holders, interior mesh,
commuting, casual

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4 based on 2 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

March 25, 2024

Just what you need

Great storage for phone, keys, water bottle, gloves.

Cory M.

Originally reviewed on burley.com

3 out of 5 stars

September 3, 2019

Better than last console, but still flawed

I recently purchased this console for my Burley D'Lite X. This must be a brand new console model because even the enclosed material for the trailer included references to the old console. Setup was very quick with two large fold-over Velcro fasteners for each side of the handlebar. It should hold tightly, but with age and use will probably lose its tautness, which is needed to ensure that the console and contents do not bounce around. Pros: * Nice smooth interior lining that is easy to clean * Two drink holders are large enough for big bottles, yet can be collapsed down to create more space in the center compartment * Interior mesh zip pocket is handy for keys and other small items * Folds flat when handlebar is flipped over in the cycling position * Large clear top pocket fits large mobile devices with some weather protection (see limitation below) Cons: * The zipper on the clear top pocket is weather tight, but it cannot be zipped completely closed (see image), so a small hole remains open to the elements; there should be a zipper hood * The console bounces around with more vigorous activity due to it not being fastened to the cross-member of the handlebar (like the previous version) * The magnetic top flap is hard to close because of the fold-over flap and the floppy console material do not always align * The top flap is the only weather tight (sort of) part of the console because precipitation can enter on either side of the main compartment where the drink holders are; I would have preferred a separate, weather tight main compartment In the end, it is usable, but has an odd combination of thoughtful and thoughtless design features. I will just have to keep items I want out of the elements in the trailer itself, or in a weather tight container in the console.


Originally reviewed on burley.com