Burley Travoy solves your bike luggage hauling problems

Posted Sept. 14, 2010, at 4:07 p.m.

Burley’s newest trailer fills a void for the bike commuter — a convenient, secure way to handle your stuff, whether it’s a change of clothes for the office, a week’s worth of groceries or up to 60 pounds of cargo. And when you arrive, you can quickly unhitch the compact trailer from the bike and wheel it along with you.

“Whether it’s shopping, hauling garden supplies, loading up the golf clubs or transporting a tuba, the Travoy™ can handle it,” said Mike Coughlin, CEO of Burley Design.

The trailer hitches to the seat post of any bike at a 45-degree angle, redistributing the load’s weight for easier riding. It sets up in minutes, attaches and detaches in seconds and features a revolutionary design that converts to a rolling cart with a twist of the wrist — so you can take it all with you. Weighing only 10 pounds, the Travoy stands on its own when loaded or folds down to a briefcase size, even with optional bags attached.

The MSRP is $289, and it comes complete with a basic cargo bag (also used to store the folded trailer when not in use) and tie-down straps for bulkier cargo. Accessory bags are available from $59 to $89.

See www.burley.com for more information.

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