- Child trailers
We have an Adventure AT3 Alloy trailer and it isn’t that bad it can take 2 kids well plus a bit off stuff. I use mine to bring my daghter back from nusary on a weekly basies (10 miles). I got a rain cover for mine for the days when its properly wet. It attaches to the quick relaes so i can also use it with my MTB that has discs which was a big plus for me.Posted 9 years ago
I had to strip an drepack the hubs when i got it as they were a little ruff but are fine now.
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I have a Burley Bee
Plus points are:
– takes both my boys (3 and 2)
– Pretty robust but not too heavy
– you can get a QR mount so I can use it on my disk-braked bikes
Minus pointsPosted 9 years ago
– It doesn’t fold flat (at least not easily) so storage is a bit of a pain
– It doesn’t have any suspension so I tend to stick to fairly smooth paths – they do get shaken around quite a lot in it
– The mesh cover stops twigs getting flicked in to the children’s faces but lots of dirt and dust still gets in (there is a clear rain cover you can use)
– Pretty expensive (£250 I think from memory)
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