Item # BLY0035
Burley Solo Trailer $568.95
Go on a long bike ride with your child in tow.
A single-seater version of Burley's D-Lite trailer, the Solo Trailer allows you to take your tyke on summer bike rides. The reclining padded seat makes it easy for junior to take an afternoon nap, and the all-weather window with waterproof zippers keeps the elements out when the weather takes a turn for the worse. The included hitch mount makes hooking the trailer to your bike an easy task. Accessory kits are available (sold separately) if you want to convert this trailer to a stroller, jogger, or even mount it with skis for winter.
- Solo ST trailer provides space for one child
- Reclining padded seat keeps your kid comfortable the entire ride
- Bowed-out sides provide additional elbow room
- Shoulder harness keeps your little one securely strapped in
- Suspension can be easily adjusted to accommodate the amount of weight in the trailer for a smooth ride
- All-weather window with waterproof zippers keeps wet weather out
- Retractable sunshade keeps your kid sunburn free
- Included bike hitch provides a quick and secure attachment to the bike
- Secure parking brake prevents the trailer from rolling away
- Handlebar adjusts to the perfect height when you're using the trailer as a stroller (stroller kit sold separately)
- Seats can be laid flat when you're hauling groceries instead of a kid
- Rear cargo area stows additional gear
- Additional accessory kits allow you to utilize the trailer as a stroller, jogger, or even fit it with skis for cross country adventures (accessory kits sold separately)
Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.
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Burley Solo Product Features
Burley’s top-of-the-line single child bike trailer is loaded with premium features to maximize comfort, performance and safety.
Nothing premium about this trailer
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
Product not usable out of the box - it comes with a SINGLE hitch (bracket) that must be screwed into the back wheel in order to attach the trailer. So, if your child has two parents with their own bikes, then tough luck - only one of you can pedal with the child. I called Burly customer service and got no sympathy - on top of the several hundred dollars that I just shelled out for the trailer, then want $25 for the darn 2 inch size extra part to screw into the other parent's bike so that the trailer can be swapped. Not to mention that we can't go on a bike trip as a family until the part comes in. What a racket.... The so-called "flex" connector apparently requires "break in". When the trailer is assembled and newly attached to the bike- it will flip to the side, if the bike is on the ground (unlike advertised). The "flex" only works, if you >>gently<< lower the bike AND put your foot on the trailer arm to prevent the trailer from flipping. Try it. This doesn't give me much safety confidence in case of an accident with the sudden fall of the bike to the side... The "suspension" is cosmetic - it only has three MANUAL settings. Riding on an improved rail trail on the supposedly softest setting is still bumpy - when the child falls asleep his head tilts to the side on small bumps. We have to stop every few minutes to check that his head is upright... The seat is not adjustable- so you can't make it even semi-reclined to use the trailer for your child's daily naps ... Sides are impermeable plastic... No easy way to get dirt from inside the trailer, as the bottom is permanently attached... This is my first and last Burley product.
Burley Solo Trailer
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
I went all out and bought the Burley solo along with the stroller and jogger kits. My 9 months old baby love the Solo right away. I have used around 12 to 14 times now between biking and jogging. He is so comfortable in it he fell to sleep half the time when we go out. The adjustable suspension is great and very smooth over small bumps. The change over between stroller, jogging, and attaching to the bike was very easy.