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Burley Design D'Lite Child Bike Trailer
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- Adjustable suspension for a smooth ride
- Bowed-out sides for extra shoulder room
- Padded Spring Integrated Technology ( S.I.T.) Seat prevents tangled straps and simplifies getting your little one in and out of the trailer
- Water resistant zippers provide extra water protection
- Fully adjustable sunshade
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Burley’s top-of-the-line child carrier is loaded with premium features to maximize comfort, performance and safety. The D’Lite has seating for one or two children and features bowed-out sides for extra shoulder room, adjustable suspension, Spring Integrated Technology (S.I.T. ) seating to prevent tangled and limp straps, and all-kit compatibility for optional conversion from biking to strolling, jogging or skiing. Share your love for the outdoors with your little ones in the Burley D’Lite.
Ready to Bike
Jog or Stroll
One of the premium features on Burley’s top of the line child trailers is adjustable suspension. The adjustment mechanism is located on either side of the trailer near the 20-inch alloy spoked wheel. Quickly and confidently adjust the suspension to match your load.
Padded Spring Integrated Technology ( S.I.T.) Seat prevents tangled straps and simplifies getting your little one in and out of the trailer. The S.I.T. Seat is also machine washable.
Once you have arrived at your destination, set the hub engaged brake, located just below the two red rear reflectors. Like many features on the D’Lite the brake is simple to use, convenient and exceeds expectations for performance.
Fully Adjustable Handlebar
A single plastic lever may be released to adjust the foam-lined handlebar, making a transition from bike mode to other modes seamless. When in the fully forward position (bike mode) the handlebar acts as a second roll bar.
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.
|Item Dimensions||38.25 x 31.25 x 33.25 inches|
|Item Weight||28.4 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||34.45 pounds|
FEATURES of the Burley Kids' D'Lite Trailer Adjustable suspension for a smooth ride Bowed out sides for extra shoulder room Premium padded seat Adjustable ergonomic handlebar fits parents of any height and doubles as an additional roll bar when folded forward in biking mode Water resistant zippers provide extra water protection Compact fold flattens the trailer for easy storage and transportation Seat release buckles collapse seat down for easy conversion from carrying kids to hauling cargo Adjustable sunshade Adjustable seatback Padded reinforcement on front edge of seat Tinted side and rear windows Rear window ventilation 20" push button wheels for quick removal Hub engaged parking brake Nose guard protects fabric when trailer is resting on ground Includes hitch, tow arm and safety flag Flex Connector allows bike to lay flat while trailer remains upright Five point harness system Full internal aluminum roll cage for protection in an accident Hammock style seat provides passive suspension for rider comfort Heat treated aluminum frame tubes and hinges Included forged aluminum hitch Wheel guards for protection from unforeseen obstacles Side battens create structured barrier between wheels and passenger Water resistant 600D polyester cover and seat fabric Front to rear fold provides increased strength and stability Reflective materials and reflectors for visibility UV protection windows are rated UPF 30 and block 96-97.4% of UV light Recessed helmet pocket for extra head room Spacious rear cargo area
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Top customer reviews
* Evidently the flag holder was horrible in past versions. It works great and is really easy with the new model!
* The updated seat belts seam really nice. I have to use Burley's baby snuggler (or whatever it's called) (sold separately) for smaller children, so I don't get the full experience just yet, but they seem really easy to use and adjust, and nice quality. [PS, with the baby snuggler it's tough to have the baby wear a helmet. Head gets pushed forward. Not ideal. That issue is resolved when using the trailer as-is, but the snuggler adds extra padding, causing this problem.]
* It comes with a light mount bracket. There's no reason to ever ride on roads without a rear blinky light, so this is a no-brainer feature. I would be upset if this wasn't included; as-is it works great to clip on a light.
* Shocks don't exactly work great; baby bounces all over the place. But it's not cumbersome for him. And you can't expect the same plush suspension a high-end MTB would have. This uses a simple spring. And I feel it is better than nothing, so I don't regret choosing this model over the Encore (no suspension).
* Comes with pretty crappy tires. If you plan on going on long tours, or intense city commuting/etc., you'll need to replace them - tacking close to another $100. Something to keep in mind. (If you just plan on riding around bike paths on sunny 75-degree days, you'll be fine.)
* There's a little more plastic than I'd like to see. BOB has gone this route with their strollers of late, too, I've noticed. I'm a little concerned in a few years some things will break that can't be fixed...but I guess that's life in the 21st century.
* Locking the thing up at a bike rack is tough! It's definitely not built with that in mind. Whether you remove the wheels or not it's a pain to find a way to lock up the frame. And using a U-lock is pretty much out of the question, and we all know the security level of cables, so if you need to lock it up for a while in a less-than-ideal area, you'll need to carry around a heavy/expensive chain/lock.
* Expensive - but you knew that. Only you can decide if it's worth the $$ for you.
Overall, the thing is fantastic. Connects to the bike easy (I think there was some update with the connection in this model?) and effectively. Relatively easy to pedal while it's attached. Feels real smooth. Child isn't old enough to complain just yet, but he hasn't let on that it bothers him in any way.