Burley Bee

 
3.5 stars
 (4 Reviews)
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Description

The Bee delivers Burley's easy-folding and nimble trailer design in an economical package. This light, roomy trailer has seating for two and carries up to 100 pounds. The 5-point safety harnesses, full internal roll cage, and safety flag protect both of your little riding partners, and the comfy suspended seats will keep them riding happily. A roomy storage area holds all your gear, while interior pockets let your passengers bring their toys along. Tinted windows shield them from the sun and a weather-resistant cover keeps them dry. And, attaching it to your bike is easy with the secure hitch.

Includes:
• Trailer with cover
• Tow arm and hitch for bicycle use
• Safety flag
• Users manual

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Bee Specifications

Consumer Reviews

 
3.5 stars

(4 reviews)

75% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Lightweight  (2)
  • Sturdy  (2)
  • Durable 
  • Great value 
  • Well constructed 
  • Comfortable Ride 

Cons

  • No Recline Option 
  • Uncomfortable Ride 

Best Uses

  • Fitness 
  • Outdoors 
  • Street Riding 
  • Paved Roads 
  • Light Trails 

 
5.0
Aug 25, 2015

We love this!!

Pros:
Durable, Well Constructed, Great Value, Lightweight
Cons:
Best Uses:
Fitness, Outdoors
Both kids rode in this for many years. Very very durable. Still looks like the day we bought it. Highly recommended!!
by TBG from Nebraska

 
4.0
Apr 03, 2014

Great option

Pros:
Well made, Light, Sturdy, Lots of storage space, Easy To Store, Folds Down, Inexpensive
Cons:
No Recline Option
Best Uses:
Paved Roads
My daughter (now 2.5) has been riding in the trailer since she was about 10 months old (then we bought and used the optional Burley Snuggler). She loves riding in it, and as she gets older, has a lot of fun playing with her toys, looking at her books and looking out the big (tinted!) windows. It folds really flat for storage/transportation. It has a huge cargo area in the back. It has an integrated rain cover. While the seat doesn't recline, that hasn't stopped her from napping in there.
by Austin from Portland, Oregon

 
1.0
Jul 07, 2013

"You get what you pay for"

Pros:
Cheap
Cons:
Uncomfortable Ride
Best Uses:
Took out on short trail ride. The seatbelts are hard to use and uncomfortable for baby, there is no padding on them. Dirt/sand got inside and on baby's face even though the screen was shut. She was also sitting in a pile of sand. Tried closing the plastic covering on top of the screen and dirt and sand still got inside. I would spend a little more money for a nicer one, it may be worth it.
by Zazzle from Oshkosh, WI

 
4.0
Apr 23, 2009

Great Trailer!

Pros:
Lightweight, Easy to Configure and Adjust, Comfortable Ride, Sturdy
Cons:
Best Uses:
Street Riding, Light Trails
This is a great trailer over all, good both on and off roads, provides a smooth ride for the passenger (my 4 year old loves it)The only drawback that I found was the "patented" hitch can be a little hard to figure out at first but becomes easier the more you get used to it. Over all for the price this is excellent choice!
by Urban Agrarian from Spokane, Washington