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Aosom Wanderer Bicycle Bike Cargo / Luggage Trailer - Black Black
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- Attaches to any bicycle and has plenty of space for groceries and running routine errands
- A sturdy steel frames make this cart exceptionally durable and can hold up to 110 lb.!
- Easy assembly and fold down, Bicycle hitch included
- Trailer weight: 22 lbs.; Cargo Area Size: 27.25" l x 16.5" w x 9.25" h
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|Frame Material Type||Steel|
|Item Weight||22 pounds|
|Package Height||7.5 x 30.5 x 32 inches|
Our newest model of cargo trailer attaches to any bicycle and has plenty of space for groceries and running routine errands. It's sturdy steel frames make this cart exceptionally durable and can hold up to110lb! Easy assembly and fold down. (1) Aosom type B bicycle hitch included.
- Color: Black
- Lightweight steel frame
- Specially strengthened solid PE bottom
- Specially strengthened steel bar beside the wheels provides exceptional balance and steady.
- Specially strengthened steel drawbar.
- Easily assembles and folds down for storage.
- The cargo trailer is easy to load and unload goods.
- The right and left of the cargo trailer can be folded inwards.
- The front and back gates can be pulled down.
- One Aosom type 'B' bicycle hitch/connector included, you do not need anything else to connect the trailer to the bike.
- Quick release wheels
- 4 reflectors total on back and wheels.
- Trailer weight 22lbs
- Max loading : 110lb
- Overall Size: Approx 57" long x 27.6" wide x 19.2" high; Cargo Area Size: 27.25" long x 16.5" wide x 9.25" high
- Wheel size:16"
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Top Customer Reviews
I live at the Oregon coast and the little chrome spring attached to the coupler to the bike is starting to rust but will coat that with some light grease. At almost 72 years young I can still leave a small carbon footprint by leaving the car sit in the drive.
March 18, 2013: Just an update, I would not want to discourage anyone from purchasing this trailer, But! after numerous tries with the wheels and tires (even an attempt to have them trued)they are really junk! I finally had to buy some alloy rims and new street tires and this made so much difference, I no longer thump going down the road I have also found that I am going a little faster with the same energy. I believe it would have been better for the manufacture (china) to charge a little more and put some decent rims and tires on it to begin with.
The biggest issue I have with the trailer is the wheels. For starters, they are only 16 inch while the frame of the trailer will easily accept a 20 inch wheel (I test fitted some 20's from another trailer I have). When this trailer is hooked to either of my bikes (a 26 or a 700c) there is a very noticeable difference in height between the front and the back because of it. I measured anywhere from 2 to 3 inch difference. My test fit also indicated an issue with the hub spacing. As soon as I'm able though, those wheels will get swapped out.
The wheel axles have a flat edge on them (I can't recall what is it is called), thus making them a smaller diameter in the dropouts. The dropouts themselves are setup to accept it. This prevents me from using the 20 inch wheels from my other trailer on this one.
The wheels are also radially laced (the spokes do not cross).
The tires are cheap BMX tires with knobes, I suggest replacing them with/like Sunlite Freestyle BMX Kontact Tires, 16" x 1.75", Black/Black or smoother
The stock hitch system looks to be ok, but I have other trailers so I needed to replace the hitch with the Burley flex connector system (Burley Design Flex Connector for Round Tow Arm (Black)). While my tongue was square tubing, It was too small for the square flex connector. The round connector worked great.
Another beef I have with this trailer is that it does not track center with the bike. It sits offset to the left of the rider. Even after I replaced the hitch with the Burley connector it still wasn't enough to bring it to center. I didn't notice any problems pulling it, but I'm sure it will cause the tires to scrub harder.
Now, the trailer frame itself is pretty good. I had no problems putting everything together and all the holes lined up. I did notice some sloppy welding but it is only cosmetic. It is easy to carry one handed and will fit through doors without having to tear it down. I found the size to be rather small, it could easily be larger without sacrifice. I figured i should have been able to drop a kids 12 inch bike in it with no issues. A rubber tub in it will help alot.
Your bike should have fenders, something that are long in the back. Some sunny days still have mud puddles in the middle of your path and you don't want to damage your cargo.
** Update **
I still wanted to use 20" wheels in this trailer so I ended up filing out the drops so they accept standard diameter wheels. It worked great.