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Burley Honey Bee Bike Trailer

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  • Bike trailer fits two child riders with 100-pound maximum capacity
  • Two padded 5-point safety harnesses, comfortable hammock-style suspended seat
  • can also hold up to 3 bags of groceries with no riders
  • Clear windows with UV inhibitor, helmet pocket, included safety flag
  • Folds down to 35 x 30 x 12 inches
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Product Description

Product Description

Bike or stroll with gusto in our classic Honey Bee trailer. Giving you the freedom to see new sights at your own pace, this product provides affordable flexibility. So slip on a pair of sweet shades, and get you co-pilot strapped in. The only thing you'll have to watch out for is a case of wonderfully exhilarating over-stimulation.

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Ready to bike right out of the box, the Burley Honey Bee bike trailer fits up to two kids (100-pound maximum capacity). The two padded, 5-point safety harnesses protect your two riders and it also includes a comfortable hammock-style suspended seat. Other features include an interior storage pocket with one water bottle slot, a fast action folding system to break down the trailer for storage, and cargo space for up to three bags of groceries when your riders decide to hoof it.

Features and Specifications:
  • Fits 1 to 2 children
  • Maximum weight capacity: 100 pounds
  • 20 inch quick-release composite rim, with new wheel guards
  • Adjustable padded handle bar and parking brake
  • Clear windows with UV inhibitor
  • Helmet pocket
  • Cargo net in rear for storage
  • Safety flag included
  • Weight: 25 pounds
  • Dimensions when folded: 35 x 30 x 12 inches


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 37 x 26 x 12 inches ; 27.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 27.4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001MXIVJG
  • Item model number: 949201
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #639,583 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Great quality, lightweight, roomy.
Christine
The added weight was noticeable but tolerable, riding in the saddle posed no noticeable problem with maneuverability.
iGanja
I learned the hard way with my tandem that good tires for the job at hand are worth the money.
R. Eberle

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

41 of 41 people found the following review helpful By iGanja on February 11, 2010
I did a lot of research into these trailers before making my purchase. I read plenty of reviews, checked it out at a local REI, and I even watched a video right here on Amazon from someone who really hated it, before making my decision. All I can say is, for the money, there is not a better trailer out there. Sure there are better trailers, but they all cost two to three times what this trailer cost - and many of them are heavier.

I put it through it's paces on a short 8-mile ride - sans kids - and found it rolled well and was extremely stable. I then decided to tempt fate and put my 2 year old in it for a short 20-mile river bike path ride. Loaded it up with her favorite stuffed animal, a couple books, a cooler of food, and diaper bag and hit the road. The added weight was noticeable but tolerable, riding in the saddle posed no noticeable problem with maneuverability. When standing for a short climb, I did feel a bit of a tug that limited my ability to really hammer - due to the limited rotational flex of the hitch, but again, tolerable and I quickly learned how to manage the limitations. And to be quite honest, I had to remind myself that this was a ride as much for my daughter as for me, and the added weight was greatly adding to my workout and speeding up hills simply wasn't necessary.

As far as the front flap is concerned, I put it down for the first half of the ride as it had recently rained and I did have to ride through a few puddles and minor mud patches. Nearly all of the debris and water ended up on my back like it always does; nary a drop of water was on the window of the trailer or up under onto the mesh door. So for the second half of the ride, I decided to roll up the outer door and just go with the mesh door.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Mom of Two on March 20, 2010
Our Burley Bee is almost 3 years old now and we still LOVE it. Just took the little ones out in it again today and they are so happy and content back there, it's wonderful. We worried about it being small for two riders, but my son (3 yrs) and daughter (14 months) seem happy as clams, even on long rides.

Ours is almost 3 years old and we do road riding weekly/near daily, and off-road long rides a few times a year. We did have one big tire blow-out on a 50 mile off-road trip, but stuffed the tire with leaves to get us back to the car. Not ideal, but it worked. We're hoping the replacement tire lasts a while. :>

Great price, Amazon got it to us right away with free shipping and it's super easy to put together, attach to the hitch and pull. I'm only 5'3" and pretty slight, but I have no trouble pulling the two little ones around. Hills aren't great fun, but they're do-able. We got two hitches so my husband and I can both pull the trailer with our bikes. Definitely worth an extra few bucks to get two!

Couldn't be happier. Oh, the older version didn't have the helmet pocket on the basic Bee model, but we got around that with a small camping pillow behind the little one's back. Gives her just enough room to not push the helmet forward and we figure the extra padding is likely comfy.

If you love biking and want to bring the kids, this product is awesome. Happy trails!!!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Bichon on April 6, 2010
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Overall my two-year-old daughter loves riding in this thing. She seems to be pretty comfortable, but she is always at an angle because the back doesn't adjust. The result is that she tends to slide down a bit after prolonged use. She should be able to push herself back into position with her legs, but she hasn't figured that out yet. It comes with a trailer hitch that afixes to the bolt on the rear wheel which was pretty easy to install. The latch that attaches to the hitch has a great swivel feature that allows the bike to turn and lean without transfering that to the trailer. That way, if the bike falls over, the trailer doesn't. The only problem is that the wheels don't have any kind of shock absorber so I have to drive very slowly over bumps.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By S. Donofrio on May 24, 2010
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I spent way more time researching and looking for a trailer than I wanted to. I didn't want to spend $300 on a bike trailer, but I didn't want to buy junk either. So I settled on this trailer. It's a good trailer. It does the job, it looks nice, it's not too heavy and it seems safe and comfortable for my daughter. It's also nice and roomy with a good amount of storage space in the back.

There is a review (I believe for this trailer) where someone was complaining that dirt and debris kept coming up underneith the front. That is not really possible with this trailer as the front mesh cover connects to the bottom part of the frame with velcro. Maybe the trailer that person had was an older model.

I would recommend buying this one, I just wish it were less expensive. The reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because I feel for the price they should have included the rest of the stroller kit. They give you the handle bar, but not the front wheel. The other issue I have with it (minor) is that if you are only carrying one child, you have to turn the setbelt shoulder straps upside down in order to connect them.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By moosenchris25 on September 19, 2010
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I purchased the "Honey Bee" for my wife. It went together pretty easily. I'm not sure if I like the parking brake setup though. Also, there really isn't a lot of room (length wise) inside if you have a taller 3 year old. Our two year old fits perfect but our 3 year old is a little crammed in there. Also, there is defintiely not enough room for their heads if they have their bike helmets on. They are fine when they don't have their helmets on, but without being able to recline them, their heads kind of are held up away from the backs of their seats. The trailer is constructed well, and pulls great. You just have to remember that you are pulling the weight of the trailer plus the weight of your kid(s) and you are using the same brakes from your bike.
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