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Transitioning from commuter to city dweller has never been easier. Burley‘s new Travoy bicycle trailer is perfect for urban landscapes and deserted dirt roads.

Burley’s Travoy Bicycle Trailer

Burley Travoy's bicycle trailer

Hooked to your bike or pulled behind you while walking, the Travoy carrier is a two-in-one game changer.

If you’ve ever commuted on your bike, rode through the local farmer’s market, or been hardcore enough to strike out on a bike tour, you may have had to organize, reorganize, and constantly shuffle gear around. The new Travoy bicycle trailer from Burley can change all of that.

This cargo-trailer-turned-hand-cart serves multiple purposes. While the product itself comes with some add-on options like market bags, commuter bags, and an all-encompassing rain cover, on it’s own it can handle golf bags to musical instruments. Two straps are included for tying your gear down, and once you’ve arrived at your destination, the bicycle trailer disconnects easily and can be turned into a hand cart. That means no more loading and unloading saddle bags. You can bring the trailer with your wherever you go.

The Burley Travoy is a game changer. It reduces overall hassle, and folds down to a super slim profile––almost the size of a briefcase. Carrying up to 60 lbs, this trailer redefines morning commutes, bike tours, and day-to-day errands. An innovative switch attaches and releases the trolley from the bike for ease of use.  

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Bonus: Watch the Travoy in action.

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  • Megan Walsh

    Megan Walsh

    Megan dreams of one day being a professional recreationalist, and welcomes any and all tips on how to get there. When she isn’t climbing, skiing, or enjoying shavasana, she’s drinking coffee and furiously typing away at her computer––or watching Netflix. Her work has been featured in Climbing Magazine, Utah Adventure Journal, and on Moja Gear.