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Travoy Bike Commuter Trailer | By Burley

Today we’re posting the first in a new recurring series of articles called "Flashback". We simply take a look back on some interesting products we have featured here before and consider worth another look. Today’s "Flashback" is the Burley Travoy Bike Trailer. Kicking your car habit is made easier with this trailer, it provides a safe, hassle-free way to haul and carry your gear. The Travoy is an amazingly well-designed product, it hitches to the seatpost of any bike and rides at a 45-degree angle redistributing the load’s weight for easier riding. When you arrive at your destination, easily detach the Travoy and with a twist of the wrist, convert it to a rolling cart to wheel along with you. Perfect for carrying your laptop and a change of clothes to the office.



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