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Burley Design Bee Bike Trailer, Yellow
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- Compact fold flattens the trailer for easy storage and transportation
- Tinted side and rear windows
- Rear window ventilation
- 20" push-button wheels for quick removal;Ready-to-bike: includes hitch, tow arm and safety flag
- Size Open L x W x H (in): 32.25 x 30 x 36,Size Folded L x W x H (in): 35.5 x 29.25 x 11.25
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From the manufacturer
Spacious Rear Cargo Area
All Burley child trailers feature spacious rear cargo areas. A standard backpack and grocery bag or diaper bag fit nicely with room to spare. Under-seat cargo barrier keeps cargo in the back, and children’s toys and snacks in the front.
Hammock Style Seat
A hammock style seat means your child/ children are not sitting on the floor of the trailer. Burley’s standard helmet pocket and five point harness system are key features of the seat on the Bee. Velcro is on the seat if you would like to add padding with additional accessories.
Fold Flat Design
Front to back fold flat design allows you to compact the trailer in a streamlined manner after releasing two red latches at the top frame bar. 20 inch push button wheels with pneumatic tires provide needed clearance to navigate city streets or trails, and easily remove to store.
Visibility is a top concern when biking. The bright yellow 600 D polyester cover features reflective piping, and reflectors on the wheels. Burley standard child trailer safety features also include: reflectors on the front and back of the trailer, and a neon orange Safety Flag.
The Burley Standard
Burley was one of the
first to advocate for these minimum safety standards for our industry. Today, we work continuously to improve and exceed them.
Safety is Burley’s First Priority
At Burley we don’t just meet the minimum. We have pushed our safety and durability testing to the limit. Up to 5x the ASTM standard. That’s why you see Burley trailers on the road after decades of use.
- Designed and tested to meet or exceed ASTM F1975-09 safety standards.
- Flex Connector allows bike to lay flat while trailer remains upright.
- Full internal aluminum roll cage for protection in an accident.
- Five-point harness system
Share your love for the outdoors with your little ones in the Burley Bee.
One of the lowest priced, ASTM-certified child trailers on the market today, the lightweight, bike-only Burley Bee Child Trailer keeps the little ones content while you buzz around the neighborhood. The Burley Bee comes with the innovative Flex Connector that allows the bike to lay flat while the trailer remains upright. Also new: tinted side and rear windows with integrated UPF 30 for sun protection, a lot more storage space, and side battens that create a barrier between the wheels and your child. It weighs only 20.5lbs and protects up to two passengers with its full internal roll cage, heat-treated aluminum frame and 5-point safety harness. Convenient rear tailgate provides easy access to cargo, 20" quick-release wheels roll smoothly and compact folding design flattens the trailer for storage or transport.
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The Burley trailers are all a little pricey, but I was able to get this one at a slight discount around the holidays. I had also been eyeing a competitor's product (Schwinn) that reviewed very well and was much less expensive, but their lack of information or photos made me nervous. The reviews on the Burley were all solid, with the only real complaint being that it wasn't cheap. They also provided a significant amount of details on how it was designed and how it would keep your child safe. I was convinced and paid a little extra.
We've ridden well over 100 miles so far, and it's gone well. My daughter was afraid of it at first, and she still won't let me close the front cover, but she really enjoys riding with me (as long as I keep the flap open, of course!). The seat belts seem comfortable and secure, and she's fully enclosed by the metal frame. I did buy the supplemental seat pad, although I can't tell how much it helps, as she's fallen asleep mid-ride both with and without it. The hitch allows the bike to lean, which is convenient for stopping, and should prevent the trailer from flipping in the event that I fall over. The trailer is easy to break down and set up, and there are extra failsafes on both ends of the hitch connector to ensure that the trailer never breaks loose from the bike. There's also plenty of storage space in the back, so I usually keep my sneakers in there and put on my biking shoes, and also throw some snacks, toys and extra clothing/blankets in there.
The only real detriment, other than the somewhat high price, is that her head gets pushed forward a little bit by the helmet. There is a pouch of loose material on the back panel where her head rests, but the seatbelt straps run up to the top and keep her head somewhat forward. Otherwise, I don't think there are any other drawbacks. If you like riding and have kids, I'd highly recommend it.
The trailer is sturdy and well-made. Assembly was easy and I love the bright yellow cover for visibility as well as the four reflectors and orange safety flag for added safety. I highly recommend the Burley trailer if you're serious about riding, other trailers may cost less but Burley is worth every cent!
To me there is one con (for younger/smaller kids) and one complaint so far:
1) The seats have a more flexible mesh backing at the top, which provides some needed extra head room for helmets. But little kids' heads don't reach high enough. This actually ends up causing a two-fold problem, where the back of the helmet pushes up against the harder seat back, but also, kids' helmets tighten to push their head towards the front of the helmet, pushing their heads even further from the seat back. So small kids are kind of stuck with their head awkwardly forward if looking straight ahead, and the helmet can also be jarred loose by the seat back when running into bumps. So far, our son still loves the trailer (laughs, plays with toys, even falls asleep), and this has only been a minor inconvenience to him a few times on bumpier paths. But we've talked with other parents, and their children have struggled a lot more with their helmet and head position being uncomfortable. I should note that this isn't strictly a Burley Bee problem, and applies to other brands and models too. Luckily though, since heads grow bigger and children grow taller, this becomes less of an issue and disappears over time.
2) My complaint is accessories are very overpriced. $20 for an extra trailer hitch is absolutely absurd.