Burley Travoy

Cory151

Active Member
Quick little review on the Burley Travoy, overall I like it. It turns into a great little shopping cart when going into stores and saves a ton of space when stored in corners plus you never even know its back there when it is empty. My only issue is the bag thats comes with it is thin and tends to rub on the wheels which in turn rubs holes into the sides of the bag. My bag looks like swiss cheese now. They are for too thin and cheaply made, especially for such a very high quality trailer.

I like my Burley Travel trailer for hauling anything from cases of water to full propane bottles for the grill. I decided to take it off of my Stromer and put it on my Stealth Bomber the other morning for a quick run to the store. To my surprise the angle of the Burley Travoy tends to catch a lot of wind. So much so that when empty, cruising at 50mph the trailer actually becomes airborne for short periods of time.
 

MLB

Well-Known Member
Quick little review on the Burley Travoy, overall I like it. It turns into a great little shopping cart when going into stores and saves a ton of space when stored in corners plus you never even know its back there when it is empty. My only issue is the bag thats comes with it is thin and tends to rub on the wheels which in turn rubs holes into the sides of the bag. My bag looks like swiss cheese now. They are for too thin and cheaply made, especially for such a very high quality trailer.

I like my Burley Travel trailer for hauling anything from cases of water to full propane bottles for the grill. I decided to take it off of my Stromer and put it on my Stealth Bomber the other morning for a quick run to the store. To my surprise the angle of the Burley Travoy tends to catch a lot of wind. So much so that when empty, cruising at 50mph the trailer actually becomes airborne for short periods of time.

what kind of tires are you running at those speeds? I'm starting to see some specialty E bike components out there, hopefully tires included.
 

Ravi Kempaiah

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what kind of tires are you running at those speeds? I'm starting to see some specialty E bike components out there, hopefully tires included.

What you have on FS Rx is E-bike specific Super Moto tires.

Quick little review on the Burley Travoy, overall I like it. It turns into a great little shopping cart when going into stores and saves a ton of space when stored in corners plus you never even know its back there when it is empty. My only issue is the bag thats comes with it is thin and tends to rub on the wheels which in turn rubs holes into the sides of the bag. My bag looks like swiss cheese now. They are for too thin and cheaply made, especially for such a very high quality trailer.

I like my Burley Travel trailer for hauling anything from cases of water to full propane bottles for the grill. I decided to take it off of my Stromer and put it on my Stealth Bomber the other morning for a quick run to the store. To my surprise the angle of the Burley Travoy tends to catch a lot of wind. So much so that when empty, cruising at 50mph the trailer actually becomes airborne for short periods of time.

cruising at 50mph, most trailers would be airborne :)
I use the extra strap to avoid sideways rubbing.
 
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