Burley Kid's Tail Wagon Bike Trailer

Priced: $399.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 3 reviews.
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Burley Tail Wagon Bike Trailer -

Go Dog Go! The Burley Tail Wagon transports your 4-legged pal in style and comfort and the back of your bike.

Imported.

Fabric:

  • Durable, drum-tight fabric and side battens prevent animals from leaning into rotating wheels; pooch rides comfortably suspended above axle

Frame:

  • Durable, lightweight aluminum frame and an aerodynamic shape make the Tail Wagon easy to tow; bright colors enhance visibility

Insulation:

  • Convenient features include easily cleanable, removable flooring, removable wheels and an easily stored fold-down frame
  • Tailgate flips down to help old dogs board

Weather and Wind:

  • Removable mesh cover and mesh windows on all 4 sides circulate air to keep your pet cool; weatherproof cover rolls down to protect against rain and snow

Pockets:

  • Carries 1 animal and gear up to 75 lbs. total; 3 inside mesh pockets hold leashes and doggie treats

Features:

  • Add the Burley Stoller Kit (sold separately) to push instead of pull your animal friend
  • Axle positioning at the back of the trailer provides a smooth ride for your pet and easy towing for you
  • 360° reflectivity and wheel reflectors increase visibility in low light; includes a safety flag, too
  • Wide track and low center of gravity provide maximum stability
  • The Tail Wagon comes with a standard axle hitch, handlebar and parking brake
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Also available for: Pets
Activity:Cycling
Dimensions:36.5 x 31.0 x 32.0 inches
Folded dimensions:37.4 x 27.8 x 9.4 inches
Optional conversion:Yes
Parking brake:Yes
Rear wheel diameter (in.):16 inches
Seating capacity:1
Weight:23 pounds
Weight capacity (lbs):75 pounds

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Burley Tail Wagon Bike Trailer Reviews:

Reviews:

Well designed and build, a bit pricey

Generally well build and designed. It's a bit pricier than other options one can find on web, particularly when you add in $30 shipping supplement, but I used 20% off coupon. It does fold really easily/take up less space than I expected. Only complaints to date:

-- Very misleading/poorly written manual. It's pretty intuitive, but refers to a flashing light being included, which is not. I had to learn that thru REI rep.
-- There's no harness for keeping dog in, which I understand due to different size dogs. I actually use a car harness I have, but had to jury rig something to a "D" ring inside the trailer. It's a plastic D ring, so I'm a bit concerned about my dog snapping it if he decides to leap out for some reason (unlikely, but an ounce of prevention...
Rockhopper at REI on 06/06/2012

great dog trailer

This is a great trailer for your precious pup. I added extra padding to the floor only because I'm a crazy dog mama and wanted my pooch to be extra comfortable. I like how you can unzip the windows to have a light screen. My pooch gets claustrophobic so I would have preferred an option to be able to unzip the window itself to let her stick her head out. My adaptation is to just roll up the front of the cover to let her have full visibility and feel the air on her face. She loves it this way, so for her it's great, which is what matters most!
dogylover at REI on 08/08/2012

perfect-just 1 major flaw

This is perfect in every way except for 1 thing. The placement of the tires are too far back which places a significant load on the hitch & bike. Thus, if your dog is in the front where my dog rides, he is not on top of the tires whatsoever. Major oversight!!! I have written the company-waiting for a response, as of 04-2011.
Slednut at REI on 04/04/2011