Veelar Bicycle Cargo Trailer & Hand Wagon Shopping/Utility Trailer 70 Liter Capacity-20315

Veelar Bicycle Cargo Trailer & Hand Wagon Shopping/Utility Trailer 70 Liter Capacity-20315

Veelar Bicycle Cargo Trailer & Hand Wagon Shopping/Utility Trailer 70 Liter Capacity-20315
@ The VEELAR bicycle trailer is a versatile and sturdy transporter. It has proven and tested more than 10,000 times. Versatile in its use – especially appreciated among gardeners. It has a sturdy powder coated steel frame and comes with an easy removable transportation box made from shock-resistant recyclable plastic. It can be fitted onto a bike between 26″-28″. /Features: Made of powder coated steel frame. Easy to assemble – Not a complicated build like other brands . Universal coupling fits most of bikes 26″-28″ . 16″ pneumatic tyres with nylon rim . 70 Liter removable transportation made from shock-resistant recyclable plastic . Removable cover for transportation box. Bicycle Trailer & Hand Wagon 2 in 1 Specifications:Maximum capacity: 88 LB (as trailer), 132 LB(as hand wagon) / Transportation box size: 23″x15.5″x12″ (LxWxH) / Weight: 26.80 LB / Color: BLACK

  • Made of powder coated steel frame
  • Universal coupling fits most of bikes 26″-28″
  • 70 Liter removable Transportation box size: 23″x15.5″x12″ (LxWxH)
  • Maximum capacity: 88 LB (as trailer), 132 LB(as hand wagon)
  • Full tested with TÜV/GS approval with compliance with the lastest European Safety Standards EN15918

List Price: $ 169.99

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  1. 28 of 29 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    The Little Trailer that Could… With Modifications, June 24, 2013
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    JB1961 (Georgia, USA) –

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    I have a bike rack on the rear of my Trek 7300 hybrid. I carry a battery on top of the rack as I have an electric hub motor on the front wheel. The battery blocks access to the bike seat post where this cart is designed to attach. I realized this before I ordered it, but it appeared that the little hitch mount could be easily modified to attach to the rear of the bike rack. I was able to bolt it up very nicely. It looks comically cute to have what appears to be a small ball trailer hitch mounted to the rear of my bike.

    I took my bike on a 30 mile ride last week with the trailer hooked up. The first 3 miles were on dirt roads and the plastic cart rattled very loudly on the metal frame as it went over the dirt road. That was okay, however, as one of my first stops was a hardware store where for $2.50 I was able to purchase a single 8′ section of 3/4″ styrofoam pipe wrap. It was the type with the peel off strips that expose glue strips that hold the pipe wrap sealed when you have it in place. This one piece of foam wrap was sufficient to wrap all of the bottom frame pieces of the trailer. After this the cart glided silently with no more noise from the hard plastic bin bouncing on the frame.

    I did not install the small bar used as a leg at the front of the trailer. It is something I would never use. I found that the locking pin that was intended for this leg works just fine as a replacement for the thumb screw that is provided for securing the trailer to the hitch. I did not like the screw as it could vibrate loose. I just had to use a drill to slightly enlarge the holes behind the hitch and the locking pin fits in perfectly, being the ideal length. With the spring type lock on the pin, it will not be coming loose as I ride down the road.

    So far I am quite happy with the trailer. It tracked beautifully behind my bike, extending only about 8 inches to either side behind me. It rolled super quiet once I added the pipe wrap to the frame. I am looking forward to much service out of it.

    I also ordered two flags to mount on the rear of the trailer for safety and visibility. Drilling a small hole through the top of each vertical support has worked well as a means to mount the two flags. They really add a lot of visibility and are only $14 on Amazon at this time. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007HOQHZ4/

    Update 04/04/2015

    Soon after I received my cargo trailer I ordered two extra large soft fabric cooler bags to carry groceries inside the cart. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003GVPVZO/. These are available from Amazon for $22.50 each. I have been using them for two years now and they have held up very well. The trailer would not be nearly as useful to me without them. Two of these bags fit perfectly inside the cart and will both add some insulation against bumps as well as providing thermal insulation. I have a 15 mile ride from the grocery store to home, and even in the summer here in Georgia my food items are still frozen when I arrive home (about an hour’s ride). I do try to fill a bag up completely with frozen items. If I don’t have enough cold items to fill up a cooler bag I will purchase a bag of ice and top it off before zipping the bag shut.

    I ordered two 16″ thorn resistant tubes for the tires just to be safe. After two years and more than 2,000 miles I have not had a flat on these tires yet. Even though the rims are plastic they have proven to be very durable. At times I know I have carried 50-60 lbs. of groceries in the trailer.

    I have used this trailer with two bikes and a recumbent trike now. I am moderately pleased with it and will leave the 4 star rating. The trailer came unhooked about 6 times on me when I was using the ball hitch that came with the trailer. At times the trailer was left in the middle of the road where I have to go back and retrieve it. The ball coupler comes loose if you hit a bump of any significant size, which is the main issue that I have had with this trailer.

    After I replaced my last bike with a recumbent trike (a Catrike Villager) I looked for a better way to attach the trailer to the trike. The trike has a single rear wheel just like on a bicycle. I ended up using two items from different trailer manufacturers to come up with a really solid hitch design. I purchased a WeeRide Co-Pilot Hitch available on Amazon for $16.08. This I attached to the front of the trailer after removing the old hitch assembly. I then purchased a Baby Jogger – Pod Trailer Kit SP11 SKU#:7783806. Baby Jogger has this item listed for $39.95 on their website. I found one cheaper on Ebay. This attached to my bike near the rear axle and it slips perfectly into the WeeRide Co-Pilot Hitch. ( I did have to drill a hole to slip a bolt through to secure it.) Unfortunately, it looks like both items are out of stock right now, but I mention it to suggest that if you are dissatisfied with the Veelar ball…

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  2. 16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great for short distance hauling of heavy stuff, July 13, 2013
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    I live a few blocks from a large strip mall on a steep down hill, and firing up the car just to get some gardening needs on the weekend or a box of soda is really excessive while walking back with a heavy load is a pain.
    This bicycle trailer has worked out really great for me. I can’t testify to how it would hold up on long distance hauls, but I have some pretty heavy loads with it (e.g. one bag of cement, four boxes of soda, two bags of mulch, etc.) and it worked perfectly.
    It does rattle a bit and once when it was empty and I ran over a cone it flipped over, so I’m not sure about long distance biking with it. Also when I first got it I over pumped one of the tires just a little and it popped. But overall it’s been real usefull and doubles as a wheelbarrow.

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