Axle Mounted Trailers
Most Burley trailers come equipped with a Steel Hitch, Tow Bar, and Tow Bar Mount (the Travoy and the Coho XC have their own unique hitching systems). In most cases, this is all you need to safely connect the trailer to your bike. Some specialty bikes may need an additional adapter or thru axle. The Classic Hitch is not compatible with disc brakes or rear suspension but may be a desirable hitching alternative for some bike setups.
Coho XC Cargo Trailer
The Coho XC cargo trailer’s dual-ball hitch design allows for easy tool-free attachment of the trailer’s yoke to a vast range of axle and hub widths. This is a more rigid bike trailer connection that pivots left to right but leans with the bike. A full range of adapters for varying QR lengths, bolt-on axles, and 12mm Thru Axles expand compatibility.
Trailercycles: Moose Rack Installation
The Burley Moose Rack is specially designed to receive the trailercycle hitch. Both the Moose Rack and the hitch come in the box with a new Burley trailercycle (Kazoo and Piccolo). This unique attachment style for tag-a-long bikes creates a safe and stable connection for the adult and child to enjoy the ride. To install the Moose Rack, the adult’s bike must have the ability to receive a bike rack (available eyelets or braze-ons). If the bike does not have available mounting points for a bike rack, then it will not be compatible with the Moose Rack or a Burley trailercycle. Some bikes with disc brakes my require a rack spacer to install the Moose Rack properly. Burley recommends the Jandd Disc Brake Adapter for Racks and Fenders. These are available online and through your local bike shop.
Dash Bike Seat Installation
Burley's Dash rear child bike seats are an affordable and streamlined carrier for everyday bike adventures with your favorite co-pilot. With both frame and rack mount models, our seats are a cinch to install.