Burley Solo Bike Trailer

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With an adjustable suspension, ergonomic seating and loads of other comfort and safety features, the lightweight Burley Solo bike trailer tows so easily you'll hardly know it's there.

  • Features

    • 5-point harness system and full internal aluminum roll cage for protection in an accident
    • Heat treated aluminum frame tubes and hinges; forged aluminum hitch
    • Adjustable ergonomic handlebar fits parents of any height and doubles as an additional roll bar when folded forward in biking mode
    • Adjustable padded seat and suspension for a smooth ride; bowed-out sides provided extra shoulder room
    • Side battens create structured barrier between wheels and passenger; wheel guards protect against unforeseen obstacles
    • Tinted side and rear windows are rated UPF 30; rear window ventilation: adjustable sunshade
    • Water resistant 600D polyester cover and seat fabric
    • Reflective materials and reflectors for visibility (front, rear and wheels)
    • Spacious rear cargo area; interior pockets in both cargo area and child seating area
    • Hub-engaged parking brake
    • 20 in. push-button wheels for quick removal
    • Trailer can be folded down quickly for storage and transport
    • Designed and tested to meet or exceed ASTM F1975-09 safety standards
    • All-kit compatibility for optional conversion from biking to strolling, jogging or skiing (conversion kits sold separately)
    • Includes hitch, tow arm and safety flag


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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use


    Seating Capacity


    Weight Capacity (lbs)

    75 pounds

    Parking Brake


    Adjustable Handle


    Optional Conversion



    LxWxH: 33.25 x 27.5 x 38.5 inches

    Folded Dimensions

    LxWxH: 36 x 27.5 x 15 inches

    Rear Wheel Diameter (in.)

    20 inches


    27 lbs. 12 oz.

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