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  • Burley Travoy hitches to the seatpost of any bike and detaches simply with the flip of a switch, so you can wheel it with you wherever you go
  • Features a sturdy anodized aluminum frame and weighs in at under 10 lbs.; carries up to 60 pounds of gear
  • Lightweight frame with 2 wheels keeps the trailer upright and steady when riding or walking; track width is 22 in.
  • Patent-pending design provides excellent stability and maneuverability; rear reflectors enhance visibility in low light
  • 12 in. plastic wheels have angled valve stems for easy inflation; anodized aluminum hitch fits standard seatposts
  • When you reach your destination, fold the top arm down by using the twist grip on the frame; then pull the trailer behind you using that twist-grip as a handle
  • Tote bag included features a cinch-strap closure and carry handles; clips to the tie-down buttons on the frame, so it won't go astray
  • Travoy trailer folds flat and fits inside its briefcase-sized tote bag for transport or storage; includes tie-downs for strapping on extra gear
  • In more than 6 months of testing, Burley hauled just about everything in the Travoy: groceries, laptops, files, snowshoes, bike gear, gym and work clothes, books and more!
  • Much more than just a series of bicycle accessories, the Travoy and its accompanying bags (sold separately) offer you a complete alternative transportation system

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Specs

Best Use Urban Cycling
Fabric Polyester
Material(s) Aluminum
Dimensions 43 x 22 x 16 inches
Weight Capacity (lbs) 60 pounds
Weight 9 lbs. 13 oz.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic trailer! Bought this trailer for bike touring around Japan. It has performed wonderfully on one- and two-week trips, loaded with camping gear. We just strap our backpacks to the trailer and take off. One very nice option is to use it as a luggage cart when traveling on the train. Also, the trailer in its carry bag is small enough to be carry-on luggage on a plane! I like it compared to panniers because the weight is not on the bike but on the trailer's axle. There is no wobble or weight issue - in fact, I often have to look back to make sure it is still there. It works really well around town for carrying random things, and I would highly recommend it as an option for touring/bike camping.
Date published: 2013-01-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great urban utility trailer I also own a BOB that I have pulled maybe 5K miles, but the Travoy is handier around town. The BOB is a pain to load and unload several times while running errands, but feels a little more stable back there. I bought a standard kitchen trash can for my Travoy, and I lashed it on using the supplied straps. It's a pretty sturdy installation and is more convenient for making several stops. I can fit two 30-packs of beer back there, which would be difficult on the BOB. The can lid (couldn't find one w/o) has turned out to be nice in the rain. I'll continue to use the BOB when off pavement or on tours.
Date published: 2010-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product Using Small Means Burley considers this an urban device, but - after 150 miles of unpaved trail over 5 days carrrying 35 pounds of stuff - this trailer was unaffected and ready for more. It does the job with amazingly simple means: although I still haven't figured out the design mechanism that allows the trailer to actually flip on its side without breaking the connection to the bike. Airline friendly. Just fold it up ... put it in the bag ... and check it through. There are pannier people ... and there are trailer people. If you are a trailer people (and not transporting dogs or children) I would give this trailer a try.
Date published: 2012-10-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great trailer for commuting A terrific solution for carrying a lot of stuff without covering your bike in racks and bags or weighing yourself down with a big backpack. Preserves handling of bike. Suspension keeps your stuff from getting damaged. Many bag options to fit your needs. Rain fly is easy to use and effective. Pop the trailer off the bike when you reach your destination and wheel it in the house, office, locker room, store, etc. Durable: I've put about 3000 miles on it over the past 18 months and no obvious wear other than kickstand foot. One issue: Small kickstand is easily knocked out of deployed position so it tips over when standing after its been removed from bike.
Date published: 2012-08-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Highly recommened This is the best bicycle accessory I have ever owned; it gets regular use, stores easily, and works well. It rides very smoothly (you really do find yourself checking at times to make sure it is still there); though, like any trailer, it slows you down a bit (even empty). I added a plastic tupperware rectangular container into the black bag that comes with the travoy. This prevents the bag from rubbing against the wheels from shifting loads. With this addition, I have not needed to buy any additional special bags made for the travoy. It fits on all bikes in the family, though longer bolts were helpful on our folding bikes (that have very large seat posts). I plan on doing some touring with it soon.
Date published: 2014-04-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Bike Cargo System on the Market! I cannot think of a better way to transport cargo on a bike. I can unhook this and wheel it right into my house, office, or grocery store. When I'm done with it, it folds up easily into a pretty small package. Most of the time, I don't even notice it's behind my bike, even when I'm going over a bump or curb. Thus far, I've mostly used it in the city for commuting and grocery shopping. I do not own a car so I use this for everything. It has held up brilliantly and carries a ridiculously large amount of stuff if you load it well. I plan to take it bike camping off-road this summer and expect it to hold up well for that too.
Date published: 2013-06-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A good all around light weight cart. I own a Travoy for over 31/2 years. It carries my cello, and keeps the bike's profile so all. The wheels are air filled to about 33 pounds. The benefit of air filled tires is light weight for their size and the cello stays in tune because the air filled tires absorb the vibrations. I'v ported a mannequin, shopping, etc. the down side is that there is very limited support for a rear carrier. It would have to be small and narrow. The space the Travoy hitch and the extension to the main part of the trailer requires no interfearerce. Travoy is poorly set up for night riding. It will take a lot of care to make sur you ar well seen at night. The straps are not great, and extras are costly. Heavy bungie chords is what I trust.
Date published: 2016-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So easy to use! I love this cart! It is the easiest way for me to add more cargo space to my bike. I use it a lot for food shopping. With 2 Bromley bags strapped to it, I can carry all my groceries. It is amazingly light too. It maneuvers very well around corners, and over bumps. And it rides very smoothly. I love the easy of locking it up to my bike if I don't want to take it in the store with me, or the easy of unlatching it and taking it in with me. Love the way I can use it as my shopping cart in the store too. This is how I came to know about this product, someone was shopping with it in a store and so I asked about it.
Date published: 2017-01-27
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Can I use the trailer with a carbon road bike?

Asked by: ksublett
If your seat post is carbon, we do not recommend this trailer for your bike.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-18

Will this trailer accommodate a shoulder carry golf bag?

Asked by: JThor
This trailer can carry up to 60 lbs. of gear.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-02-02

Can I use the Travoy and Panniers together?

Asked by: Wandering Janice
Yes, you can use the Trailer bags with the Travoy.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-10-08

Will this work on a bike with 29" tires?

Asked by: Chad St
Yes, the Travoy will work with 29" tires.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-12-09

Do you carry the yellow version?

Asked by: aogarlid
REI only carries the gray colored Travoy. If you prefer the yellow color, I invite you to visit the manufacturer’s website.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2015-09-20

What is the smallest bike that can accommodate the trailer? I'm looking for a trailer for a 5th grade cellist with 20-inch wheel diameter (with potential to move up to 24-inch in the next year or so).

Asked by: Cello mom
This trailer will work with a bike that has a 20 inch or 24 inch wheel. The seatpost of the bike must have a diameter of 25-32mm.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-09

Can you tell us what exactly comes with the base-model Travoy?  For instance, I have a bike rack (nothing fancy, just an off-the-shelf little Blackburn), and I can't tell whether the Travoy comes with an adapter to extend the hitch's reach...or not.

Asked by: SierraMustang
The Travoy comes with the following: 1- Tote bag 1- Manual 1- Warranty card 1- Hex key (4mm) 2- Tie-down straps 1- Hitch (with M6 bolts) 2- Wheels 1- Trailer The Travoy could mount to the seatpost of your bike without any sort of adapters or additional mounts. This can depend on the size of the rack and the geometry of your bike. Burley does sell a rack mount which allows you to mount the Travoy directly to your bike mount. The mount can be purchased directly from Burley.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2015-09-20

can this be used to transport a SUP or kayak?

Asked by: Meeshey
While the Travoy Urban Bike Trailer can carry up to 60 pounds of gear, we would not recommend using it to transport a kayak or SUP. They would be too tall for the trailer.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2015-09-20
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