- Can anyone recommend a cheapo trailer?
I am looking for something to put about 20kgs of luggage in for trips from the railway station to holiday accomodation – usually about 20kms on decent roads – and which does not cost too much. I was thinking of a Bob trailer copy, but am aware some break easily. If there are any that would stand up to longer touring then that would be great too.Posted 4 years agoStirlingCrispinSubscriber
On roads I’d say go for two wheels over one.
This particularly holds true if lugging heavy or obscure loads.
I use a Carry Freedom City – which can be folded out of the way when not in use.Posted 4 years ago
Carry Freedom also do cheaper Y-frame trailers. That said the Halfords/Argos kiddie-carrying trailers get OK reviews.STATOMember
The revolution is nice in that its all QR to take apart and store, but its quite expensive. You can get a (almost identical) one off ebay, usually form Germany, for around £60. Only difference i can make out is that you need a 10mm spanner to undo 2 bolts to fold it flat, not exactly a hardship if youve got somewhere to store it.Posted 4 years ago
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