Burley Kazoo Trailer Bike

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An active alternative to a standard bike trailer, the Burley Kazoo provides miles of fun for you and your pedaling young one.

  • Features

    • Double locking clamp mechanism easily and securely attaches to rear Moose Rack™ (included) on adult's bike
    • Burley patented ball-bearing guided hitch supplies superior handling and tracking; Kazoo leans at the same angle as lead bike on turns
    • Handlebar and seat post heights adjust to grow with your child
    • Durable, high-tensile-steel frame and 20 in. tire deliver a smooth rolling ride; single speed is a cinch for young riders to handle
    • Fits children approximately 4 - 10 years old or up to 85 lbs., with a recommended adult-to-child weight ratio of at least 2:1
    • Included safety flag and reflectors on wheel and back of bike increase your visibility
    • Please note: not compatible with bicycles with disc brakes
    • Specs and images are subject to change


    This bike comes with Coast to Coast Support, which includes:
    • 1 year of free adjustments (see more below)
    • In-store bike assembly
    • Pickup in store or curbside
    • Bike experts available at 170+ bike shops
    REI Co-op Members get more:
    • Free flat tire repairs (labor only; parts not included)
    • 20% off shop services
    More about our free adjustments:
    New bikes go through a normal break-in period, after which they should be readjusted. All bicycles sold at REI include free adjustments for one year after purchase date—as many times as you need. Included: derailleur and brake adjustments, lateral wheel truing, hub and headset bearing adjustments, tire inflation and chain lubrication. Not included: replacement or installation of new components or accessories, any other services. Call your local REI Co-op Bike Shop for more information.

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use



    16 pounds

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