Burley Flatbed Bike Cargo Trailer (Discontinued)


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Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) : 840840007902

Here is an all-purpose, haulin’ machine. Deliver newspapers, bring the cooler, or load up your dry-bag for touring with Burley’s all-purpose Flatbed trailer.


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Here is an all-purpose, haulin’ machine. Deliver newspapers, bring the cooler, or load up your dry-bag for touring with Burley’s all-purpose Flatbed trailer.

Burley’s lightweight Flatbed trailer, Push Button 16″ wheels, made from aluminum alloy, expands your bike’s versatility as it holds up to 100 pounds of gear. It folds for easy storage.

Ready-to-bike out of the box with the Standard Forged Hitch included and Quickly disassembles for compact transport and storage.

View the Burley Flatbed Instruction Manual.

  • Push Button, 16″ wheels for fast removal.
  • Easy to clean fabric
  • Color: Black
  • Tow arm doubles as a handle for off the bike use
  • Open Dimensions (LxWxH): (in) 33 x 31 x 16 – (cm) 84 x 79 x 41
  • Folded Dimensions (LxWxH): (in) 33 x 23 x 6.5 – (cm) 84 x 58 x 17
  • Interior height: 7.0 in / 18 cm
  • Interior width: 20 in / 51.0 cm
  • Overall Length: 52 (in) 132.1 (cm)
  • Trailer Weight: 14.3 lb/ 6.5 kg
  • Capacity: 100.0 lb / 45.0 kg
  • Wheels: 16.0 in / 40.6 cm
  • Track Width: 26″ / 66.0 cm

1 year on fabric parts, 5 years on plastic parts, lifetime of trailer on durable frame parts.

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Robert M.

great trailer

A great cargo trailer. Empty, it was very hard to tell it was behind me, it was so quiet, even on a bumpy road. Full, it was really almost silent. The trailer has a huge amount of cargo space on it, and is able to store a lot of stuff. Really, it's a lot bigger than I thought it would be. There are nice, obvious places to use straps to tie things down. The vinyl bottom is sturdy enough to hold your stuff, but also bends in when you put something on it, so that the thing is much less likely to slide around. Additionally, it flexes, so it absorbs energy well when you hit a bump; a strong bump results in a slow up-and-down movement by the object in the trailer. Assembling it the first time was easy, and the folding down for storage, and then reconstructing it, is really easy and fast. No complaints on that. The trailer seems sturdily constructed and made of good materials. I'm confident in my use of this for carrying many things to and from my home, mostly as a local utility biker / commuter. I also do bike touring, and while I bet I could use this on a tour, carrying camping stuff, I'm a light enough packer to not make it necessary. So, instead, I find my self fantasizing about what amazing large and heavy things I could bring camping using this trailer if I ever wanted to do so.

Ken C.

Burley Nomad Bike Cargo Trailer

After Burley, this retailer and myself worked through some product description issues (on both their websites) and came to a resolution, I am very pleased with this top of the line cargo trailer!

Charles B.

Burley Flatbed Bike Cargo Trailer

My boys commute by bike daily to and from school; about a 15 minute ride. The Burley holds a solid 80lbs of gear. (Tuba w/ Case 50lbs, Trumpet w/ case 10lbs, back pack w/ lunch and books 20lbs) The trailer is amazing easy to load, and unload, hook-up is a price of cake, the load balances well and my 11 year old and 13 year old both carry the weight well.

Robert M.

Burley Flatbed Bike Cargo Trailer

Easy to assemble and store. Very lightweight. Made minor modification with extra 1" webbing so groceries wouldn't slide out front or back. Much cheaper than the extra ~$100 for the Nomad. Would like it with an option for a longer tow arm so I can put my longer kayaks on it. Does barely OK for playboats.

brett h.

Burley Flatbed Bike Cargo Trailer

This trailer seems to have the best cargo capacity to price ratio I could find. I was disappointed about a lack of support under the fabric bed, but I built a simple bed of 1/2 inch plywood that clamps onto the aluminum frame without too much trouble. I am a sculptor in New York City and wanted to carry heavy buckets or mold making rubber from the store back to my studio in another borough. I suspect the sharp edges of a 5 gal. pail would probably do some damage. I've only had the opportunity to load it with about 70lbs of material (including plywood bed) with which it did excellent. The plywood bed with metal tie down mounts might weigh about 8-10lbs. That still puts the trailer at less than 25lbs. Even with the plywood floor installed I can still fold it up and store it in my apartment. Hopefully soon I can test the 100lb capacity, I do not expect any problems whatsoever.