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Burley Nomad

Burley Nomad

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5.0 stars
 (4 Reviews)
$339.00
Availability: Supplier Warehouse (3-5 days)
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Product Details

Burley Nomad

Everywhere you pedal, Burley's Nomad is your ideal tag-along. Its simple-to-use hitch and two-wheel design offer reliability on and off the road without compromising bike handling. And, with a generous 100-pound hauling capacity, this sub-15-pound cargo trailer totes tons of gear. Tent. Hibachi. Cooler? Now there's no excuse to leave anything home!

• Two-wheel design keeps the trailer upright and stable
• Large carrying capacity with collapsible inside space divider
• Three large mesh pockets for small items
• 6 interior clips to tie down gear
• Quickly disassembles and is compact for transport and storage
• Forged aluminum hitch
• 16” spoked aluminum wheels

Includes:
• Trailer with cover
• Tow arm and hitch for bicycle use
• Safety flag
• Users manual

 
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    00840840007896 945203 QBP-BT3142
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    5.0 stars

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    Pros

    • Sturdy  (4)
    • Lightweight  (3)
    • Easy to Configure and Adjust  (2)
    • Comfortable Ride  (2)
    • Voluminous 

    Best Uses

    • Street Riding  (2)
    • Grocery runs 
    • Self Contained Touring 
    • Training 
    • Light Trails 

    Reviewed by 4 customers

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    5.0

    Solid and practical, without flaws

    By Minntandem

    from Minneapolis

    About Me Avid Cyclist

    Pros

    • Voluminous
    • Sturdy
    • Indestructible

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Training
      • Self Contained Touring
      • Grocery runs

      Comments:

      I've pulled this trailer on at least 5 500+ mile trips. My bike has fallen over a few times and the hitch just won't twist and break. I've hit a landscape rock with a wheel and flipped the trailer and nothing broke. I've hit a concrete planter at [...], which stopped the bike and almost threw me off the bike and the trailer was not damaged.I would not say that it is waterproof, so when riding for hours in the rain, water can get splashed in from cars, and from the bike's rear wheel. I use a sheet of Tyvek to cover my gear for extra protection.Wheel bearings are sealed cartridge type and I have had no issues with them. Last year I had no issue going down hills in Quebec rather fast (up to 50 MPH) with no shimmy or wobble.At times when I want a bit more of a workout, I'll pull a 50 pound bag of sand and hit the hills.Finally, I think car drivers give you plenty of extra room because they think that you are probably pully some sort of Burley kid trailer!

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      5.0

      Excellent Trailer

      By momule

      from Rural Mo.

      About Me Avid Cyclist

      Pros

      • Lightweight
      • Comfortable Ride
      • Sturdy
      • Easy to Configure and Adjust

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Street Riding

        Comments:

        This is a wonderful peice of equipment, as well engineered and made as a top of the line bike. Attaches securely and quickly with existing QR or wheel bolt and the hitch is STRONG. Comes with Big Apple tires and heavy duty wheels.Fabric construction is heavy weight and aluminum frame is strong. Easily will carry the 100lbs rating, enough room for overnight camping and has side pockets and a divider inside. Tracks quietly and with your load balanced you won't know it's there. Folds flat when not used. Optional cargo rack for top is great for fishing poles or whatever oversized thing you have. I put a piece of light plywood on the fabric floor to avoid wear and holes. This is not a toy but a true quality peice of equipment. Not for off-road or single track.

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        5.0

        The Best

        By momule

        from Washington, Mo.

        About Me Avid Cyclist

        Pros

        • Comfortable Ride
        • Sturdy
        • Lightweight

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Light Trails
          • Street Riding

          Comments:

          This trailer is comparable to a high end bike in construction, design, and ease of use. Behind my Catrike it tracks perfectly with no sway, easily can carry 100 lbs with the load balanced over the axle and is silent. I sometimes forget its back there. This is not for use off-road but handles street and rails to trails perfectly. I use it for 3-4 day camping treks and have never been disappointed.

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          (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          "Easy to tow and stable. [...]

          By Corker

          from Dayton, OH

          About Me

          Pros

          • Easy to Configure and Adjust
          • Sturdy
          • Lightweight

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments:

              Used it on our ten-day self-supported Michigan trip pulled by our tandem. It is lightweight and tracks perfectly. Tracking offset keeps you from allowing one wheel to drop off the road edge. We are buying the rack to eliminate the need for front panniers. [...]

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