Burley Piccolo Trailer Bike

Priced: $359.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 3 reviews.
Burley Piccolo Trailer Bike
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The Burley Piccolo trailer bike offers the fun of pedaling along with the security of being guided by an adult on their own bike; plus, the Piccolo can be upgraded to be a full-on bicycle later on!

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  • Adjustable handlebar and seatpost make it easy to dial in the "just right" fit for your child

Support and Cushioning:

  • Tailwind rear rack also allows for side panniers to be carried, letting you bring along extra gear or picnic goodies; rack can support up to 65 lbs.
  • Lightweight and sturdy aluminum frame supports a child comfortably; hitch securely mounts to the included Burley Tailwind™ rear rack

Weather and Wind:

  • Front splash guard helps protect rider from the occasional bits of mud or rain splashing up from the lead bike's rear wheel

Traction and Grip:

  • Kids can pedal along comfortably and easily, and even shift to meet changing terrain thanks to the 7-speed drivetrain and twist grip shifter


  • Turn the Piccolo into a complete bicycle with the Burley Plus converter kit (sold separately)
  • Recommended for children 4 - 10 years old; Piccolo has a weight capacity up to 85 lbs. with a recommended 2:1 weight ratio from adult to child
  • Over-axle pivot attachment promotes stability and good tracking; double locking mechanism ensures a secure connection
  • Safety flag and rear reflector are included to ehance visibility
  • Hitch system features ball bearing-guided pivots to provide shimmy-free performance along with stable and secure inline handling
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Bike frame material:Aluminum
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Weight:(Bike) 18 lbs. / (rack) 1 lb. 13 oz.

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Satisfied Bicycle Sherpa

My daughter loves this trailer.
I love this trailer.
I commute to work and drop my 4 yo daughter off at school on the way. I unlatch the trailer and leave it at her school for my husband to take when he picks her up later in the day. The bike rack attachment is brilliant. I still have a traditional bike rack for hauling stuff. AND the latch to attach the trailer is insanely easy to operate.
The trailer seems pricey but when you read the description you'll see that the trailer can be transformed into a regular bicycle in the future. THAT is a huge selling point for me. I also love that my 7 yo daugher can easily use the same trailer by raising the seat.
The trailer is great quality, a snappy green colour that we love and it even comes with a flag.
seattlesherpa at REI on 10/10/2012

As good as it gets

I use this to tool around the neighborhood with my (almost) five year old. I'm sure that it will fit him for many years to come. You know that it is back there, and the weight isn't as low as a trailer, but I think it's as low as you are ever going to get it. I love the rack and the rack/piccolo attachment. I also love that I can carry two full panniers full of groceries while towing my son.
pdx_commuter at REI on 08/08/2013

Fabulous way to get your child confident

We have found this to be a wonderful way to get our 7 year old used to riding on the street (versus the park). It is really simple to adjust the seat height for more that one kid to ride. Not easy to detach off the adult bike (if you wanted to ride with your kid to school, but then bike solo to work), but actually rides well with no child on the back.
LHK Doctor Mom at REI on 09/09/2013