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Aosom Elite II Bike Cargo / Luggage Trailer w/ Removable Cover - Black /

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  • The Aosom Elite II Cargo trailer attaches to almost any bicycle and has plenty of space for groceries and running routine errands
  • A removable cover included to protect your things
  • A sturdy steel frame make this cart exceptionally durable and can hold up to 180 lbs!
  • Easily assembles and folds down for storage
  • Size: 31" long x 24" wide x 14" high; Length with draw bar is 54"; Total Trailer Weight: 39 lbs

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Aosom Elite II Bike Cargo / Luggage Trailer w/ Removable Cover - Black / + Aosom Bike Trailer Type 'A' Hitch Coupler
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Product Description

The Aosom Elite II Cargo trailer attaches to almost any bicycle and has plenty of space for groceries and running routine errands. A removable cover included to protect your things. A sturdy steel frame make this cart exceptionally durable and can hold up to 180 lbs!

Features:
- Specially strengthened solid metal bottom
- Quick release wheels
- Easily assembles and folds down for storage
- One Aosom Type 'A' bicycle hitch/connector included
- Including a removable and washable cover
- Folding Frame

Specifications:
- Max loading weight: 180lb
- Size: 31" long x 24" wide x 14" high
- Length with draw bar is 54"
- Total Trailer Weight: 39 lbs

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 30 x 28.2 x 33 inches ; 35 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 41.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0029KKQSK
  • Item model number: 5664-0005RL
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #136,904 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It's good that this trailer will certainly hold that .
Trekker43
It pulled fairly well and held quite a bit of bulk as well as weight.
Roadbug
The bottom of the trailer is solid metal so it seems very sturdy.
Fiona

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

81 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Donald Autry on November 28, 2009
For the money this is a good little trailer. Just got back after loading it down pretty good at the grocery store and it did exactly what it was designed to do.

Assembly was easy and the only tool needed is supplied, but herein lie the first 2 faults i find in it. The wheels attach to the axle with spring clips, which u spread with supplied pliers to put on the axle. I have always hated these things and if you ever attempt this, be careful and gentle when spreading those clips as they are easily messed up if you over do it. Everything else goes together with simple pins, which is problem 2, security is a nightmare. There no real way you can lock this thing up and secure it without someone being able to steal all or part of it. If your in a crime area i suggest you drill a hole in it to attach a cable and lock, or fashion something up.

It almost got dark before I got home and herein lies another thing I think needs addressing. Each wheel has 2 reflectors which is great, but there is nothing on the back and since it's black, the addition of a reflector or two or a strip of reflective cloth is definitely advisable.

The way the corners are constructed, small items can and will fall out. Hopefully I'll find my padlock on the side of the road next trip.

Also, as mentioned by a reviewer of the middle sized trailer from Aosum, the sides definitely do have a minor problem if things shift up against them. It can bulge the fabric so that the wheels rub against it which causes drag or worse, will wear a hole in it fast. Some cheap plastic stiffeners would have been a good addition.

Finally, the last caveat. The tires arrived deflated, which is a minor annoyance, but printed on the sides it said max load xxx lbs at 300 psi.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By dragana stefanovich on October 28, 2009
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I am really impressed with this trailer. I bought it about a month ago for work and have been using it every day. I usually load about 90 lb, but it can take over 180 or so. It's relatively easy to pull so it's suitable for women too. A friend of mine put it together for me, but he assures me that it's very simple to do.
Also everything is reinforced, nothing is made out of plastic and it's very easy to fold for flat storage. No need for any complicated tools, you just pull the pins out and you are all set. The price is great and the best thing? It looks really cool.
Update 7th July 2011
I still have this trailer. Been using it almost every day for almost two years around 3 miles per day, pulling about 100lb. In all that time changed tires once and had to change the axle couple of times. That's all.
Awesome product.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By L. S. Pray on June 25, 2010
Okay, after researching bike cargo trailers and having sticker shock at what $200 or $300 would buy (and no shipping either) I decided to take my chances on this product. It arrived quickly by FedEx and was easily put together. The horseshoe thingy just needed coaxing onto the top of the axle and then slid down by hand pressure only. If you try to affix it down near the bottom of the axle you will fail miserably as my adult son did. I did both the horseshoe thingys doing it my way first time out from the top. And yes, he was embarassed that his mom did better at that then he did. Start at the top and voila you're attached. Seeing what other folks had to say about the tires and tubes I went ahead and preordered some great Kendra BMX tires and thorn resistant inner tubes to totally redo these tires. I don't think the original tires would do very well repelling thorns, sharp stones, etc. with the open design so I went ahead and ordered the thorn resistant tubes as well. I would have gotten Kevlar belted tires but felt the extra expense was not necessary - just good inner tubes as the weight won't be as much as my 700c hybrid bike carries (that has Kevlar tires on). The instructions were basically a joke and definitely need redone to put it mildly but if you DO actually read them that's all you need to know because the rest of the trailer is easily figured out. Plus you'll have to unsnap it to store it flat anyway. I like the fact it has the outer bars that protect the wheels that can be removed if you wish. That was one reason why I chose this particular model in the first place. This way when I'm out riding I'm not worried about something slamming into the wheels and the wheel being damaged. I got one bike cargo trailer for me and the other for my son to haul.Read more ›
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By John Boy on September 28, 2011
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Working my minimum wage retail job and living just .75 miles from it, I decided to commute to work year round by bicycle to save money on gas. Previously, (on my Magna Excitor mt. bike) I have been using a Schwinn seat post rack with a 12inch by 12inch by 12inch milk crate bungie corded and zip tied to it. It would fit 4 gallons of milk in the crate or about 3 to 4 days worth of groceries, but it was much too top heavy with anything more than 2 gallons of milk in it. I considered buying pannier bags, but I knew anything I put in them would be covered in mud or road salt no matter how "water proof" they claimed. Most front baskets wouldn't work considering my front suspension and would interfier with the headlights on my handlebars. I then decided I needed a trailer, but didn't want to spend over $150, considering there is a good chance it might be stolen outside the store I work at.

I was pretty much set on buying a (sub $100)Instep or Schwinn trailer (meant for kids), trashing all the nylon covering, putting on a plywood floor, and screwing on a rubber/plastic 30 gallon tote when I saw this gem here on Amazon. It saved me alot of time and work and it is still more heavy duty than a modified kiddie trailer.

A lot of "bike snobs" will tell you this trailer is junk just because its cheap, heavy, and doesn't have a fancy name all over it. This is definetly not the case with this trailer. I know the difference between a good or bad mig or tig weld, and to be honest, they are actually not too bad considering the price. They are a little sloppy but are solid, surprisingly.

The nylon sides are different than what they show in the picture. The bottom of the nylon actually screws on to the outside of the round tube frame of the trailer. This nylon is at best water resistant.
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