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Bike Trailer Dry Bag

4.375 out of 5 stars
8 Reviews
Current price: $79.96 Original price: $99.95
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Burley Bike Trailer Dry Bag

Tough yet lightweight, this durable 75-liter bag keeps your gear protected from the elements. Its classic roll-top design and heat-sealed seams make this waterproof bag the perfect option for carrying cargo year-round. The included shoulder strap and carry handles make it easy to transport gear to and from your bike.

Designed for Burley Coho XC and Flatbed cargo trailers 

75L (4577cu in)
Shoulder Strap
commuting, bikepacking
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 1 year

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 8 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

October 28, 2023

Almost Perfect

A perfect complement to my Burley Coho XC trailer. It’s a nice fit into the trailer with a little bit of room on the edges. If you want to talk, some other goodies in the rolltop works well, but the clips on the side may not be in the best position. Otherwise, a great light weight bag to keep my gear dry on weekend trips to the Cape and Islands in northern Vermont. Nice being able to get on a ferry with a trailer and not need a car reservation and be able to carry everything you need rain or shine.


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5 out of 5 stars

September 30, 2023

Well designed

The single wheel trailer is really well designed. I love how you can disassemble it and fit it in a compact car to transport to your next adventure. Assembly was pretty quick and easy. Customer support for a defect was great. Once you get moving you don’t even recognize it’s behind you, until you get to a hill, but that’s part of biking. It would be great if the cargo area was about 6 inches longer for the things that I do.

Rui C.

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4 out of 5 stars

September 26, 2023

Well made, no docs

The dry bag is sturdy and seems well made. The instruction sheet that came with it was absolutely useless. I have still not figured out how the straps are supposed to work. What's the point of printing a microscopic drawing in the middle of a big empty sheet?

Cameron S.

Originally reviewed on

2 out of 5 stars

July 11, 2023

Poor Design

I purchased this bag for bike packing with the Coho XC, which seems to be made to fit into and yet the design is very poor for this use. We did 334.5 miles from Pittsburg to DC and this bag did great when it came to keeping things dry and giving me a big space to pack my gear into but every time I had to get in and out of it it was a major pain! The clips are attached to the bottom of the bag and when buckled together it falls right on the frame of the trailer so I had to try to pull the bag up out of the trailer to get the clip, which would fall down to the bottom to clip it back up as well as to get it unclipped. I would not buy this bag again because of that, I would find one that clips closed closer to the top.

Tracy A.

Originally reviewed on

5 out of 5 stars

July 6, 2023

Carry all

They work awesome kept my gear dry and clean excellent protection

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Linping N.

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4 out of 5 stars

March 19, 2023

Coho XC Dry Bag

I use the dry bag to go to the grocery store or run errands. I can fit ~4 large grocery bags in there, or a gallon of milk and three bags. It keeps things dry and clean. The fabric is heavy and stiff, so it is a bit of a pain to fold over and clip.

Ruth R.

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5 out of 5 stars

October 12, 2022


Nice durable bag that protects your gear from the elements.

Jackson B.

Originally reviewed on

5 out of 5 stars

June 30, 2019

Dry Bag

Quality was excellent. fit right in my cart. ready to go try it out


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