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Burley releases new one-wheel cargo trailer

Published August 16, 2018

EUGENE, Ore. (BRAIN) — Burley Design's new Coho XC trailer is designed for everything from single-track bikepacking to long distance touring. The trailer is designed to be compatible with hubs with axles 126-197 millimeters.

"Our mission is to enable adventure, and we believe we've made a trailer that does just that: enable adventure," said Allison Coughlin, the president of Burley Design. "The Coho XC is innovative, thoughtfully designed and adaptable to any adventure, in a category that hasn't seen change in a long time. We are excited to see the different ways in which people use this versatile trailer."

The trailer's Burley Ballz dual-ball hitch enables a cyclist to connect the trailer's variable width yoke to varying axle dimensions. Without tools, users can expand or contract the yoke to the width of their rear axle, and then, using the Burley Ballzhitch, drop and lock the trailer to the bike, allowing the yoke to connect at multiple angles.

The trailer features a one-hand disconnect, a height-adjustable kickstand to keep both trailer and bike upright, coil-spring suspension for reduced stress on trailer and gear, and a level frame and fender for maximum security of long and oversize objects. It has removable side panels, multiple integrated accessory mounts for water bottle cage and tool storage, and a safety flag holder that doubles as a bottle opener. 

There are three tire options: 16x3-inch, 16x2.125-inch and 16x1.75-inch. It retails for $419. 

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