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43 of 43 people found the following review helpful
on August 4, 2007
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I purchased this from Amazon for $200 w/ shipping and everything. I wanted a cargo trailer that would fold and that was rectangular. This is the only one that I found after a quick search. w/ free shipping it was hard to pass up.

All around it's a good folding design. It's similar in quality to a child's trailer. Some of the joints are plastic, while I wish they would be metal. I'm concerned it will wear out after a lot of use (how I plan to use it). If you don't need it to fold up, you might want to purchase a rigid all-metal trailer.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
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I bought this trailer for a 75 year old friend who is still riding !!!, and needed cargo space for grocery store runs
amazon sent it fast ,it went together easy and he likes it ,,,but he don't haul much,,

, the floor is coro-plast or some such ,held on with pop-rivets and washers, there is a center support but the floor seems flimsy,,

the sides are cloth held on by Velcro tabs one of witch tore at the stitching on the first touch, turns out the machine only caught two stitches on the tab and thats where it let go checked the rest and they seem solid

the front and rear upper bars are on a swivel for folding and the swivel seemed lighter than I would like

the cargo area is big and would hold a weeks chow for two easy

the hitch is a heavy spring and seems good for its use ,,I didn't show my friend how it went on and he hooked it up with the spring making a 180 deg. arc back to the trailer and rode like that for a mile or so,,, when I saw it I turned it around ,, the spring was only very slightly deformed

the hitch arm is held in place by two pins ,one of witch has a second position that lifts the arm end up about a foot ,making it easer to use as a hand cart,, ,he has used this to pick up his senior food box(35lbs.) from the office at his complex and wheel it home about a city block up a slight grade and didn't get winded ,,, also good for laundry day

He says that he "don't feel it back there" and with 24lbs. of water on board he didn't have to down shift from his regular gear on a RR grade hill ,,also its a good width for clearance and tracking

PROS,,,tracks good ,,, setup/fold easy ,,,lite pull,,,hand cart

CONS,,,low payload(66lbs),,,feels flimsy,,,

future ,,,Im going to add some floor bracing as soon as the warenty is up and fix that velcro bit

recomend ??? for light duty,,yes its a nice little trailer,,,,, but you aint hauling no lumber on this dog
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on October 6, 2011
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I got this several months ago, primarily for grocery shopping, and it's one of the best investments I've made in a long time. Instead of having to go grocery shopping at corner stores every single day using my backpack, I can go once every one or two weeks with my cargo trailer, saving time and money. I like to detach it from the bicycle and roll it right into the store and fill it up, thereby avoiding the use of grocery bags entirely.

I do feel its weight, even when empty, and have to go at a slightly lower gear up hills, but it's much much easier than carrying the same weight on my back. When full it adds a lot of momentum to the bike, increasing stopping distance, but that's to be expected. As an unexpected side effect it somewhat increases stability of the bike. It also navigates turns brilliantly - I've weaved between obstacles with it behind me with no problem, but I do have to be conscious of the fact that it's wider than the bicycle itself. The rain cover does its job at keeping the insides dry, but it doesn't feel quite as secure as I'd like. The metal latches are also a bit stubborn sometimes at fitting through the holes and require turning back and forth as I push on them, but it's not a big deal. I worry when crossing streets that a car might not see it because it's low to the ground, especially at night, but so far they all seem to see it with no problem.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on August 19, 2008
I use my croozer bike trailer as a garden tractor with my bike to haul tools up and down a 0.2 mile long driveway at my cottage. Holding up well, easy to put together, hauls my light projects well.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on September 5, 2010
This bike trailer is a marvel of engineering! All components are attached so they cannot be lost (except the tires and handle). The cart lies flat when unassembled and is easily assembled in minutes. I loaded it with luggage (overloaded actually!) The cart worked great. I was vacationing on Martha's Vineyard and along my travels, went through bumps and sand and it was stable. I put a lot of miles on the trailer and got perfect performance. LOVE IT!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on July 28, 2011
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We bought this trailer to haul bigger things with our bikes - namely groceries. It works fairly well in this purpose. I have hauled pretty close to 100 pounds in it without much trouble. A few observations: (1) The bike surges more when the trailer is loaded, especially when climbing a hill - it can be disconcerting. (2) The axle mount for the trailer will rotate forward on your quick release due to the torque from the weight - I really had to crank the quick release down hard to counter this. (3) Bike handling is virtually unchanged when the trailer is unloaded, but quite different when loaded. All in all I really like this trailer. It could use some improvements like tie downs for bungie cords, and a straighter axles (the wheels toe out a little). If you want to park your car for days or weeks on end, and really feel good about hauling stuff with your bike, this trailer will make it happen.
Happy Trails!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on July 4, 2009
I've never used a bike trailer before, but I can't imagine one being better built or easier to use than this one. I use it around town- going to the beach and even grocery shopping- it's a breeze!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
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The quality of this product is outstanding. Everything is very well engineered. There are lighter trailers out there, but this one tows effortlessly and is a great buy for the money.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on July 27, 2011
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This cargo trailer is only average. The cover does not fit well. The velcro straps at the corners do not fit properly around the supports and the cover does not stand up under high winds and rain. The floor of the basket is not as sturdy as it could be. A couple of light wieght metal supports should be strung under the flexible flooring for more support.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on October 30, 2011
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Croozer Designs Cargo Trunk Bicycle TrailerI needed a vehicle to recycle metal, aluminum, and copper. I search on the Internet and saw this product advertised. I liked the design and versatility enough to purchase this product. The entire shipment came in one box. I was able to assemble the product within 15 minutes in my kitchen. I have used this product on many occasions. One suggestion that I like to make is that if you are riding your bicycle with the Croozer Designs Cargo Trunk Bicycle Trailer you need to be very careful and ride slow when crossing streets in order to reach another sidewalk. If this product is not leveled at all times, it will flip on it side sending its content outside of it. My overall rating of this product is extremely favorable. The entire unit is easy to store away because it folds into a large rectangle rendering itself ready for storage. I highly recommend the purchase of this item.
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