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Burley Coho XC Single Wheel Suspension Cargo Bike Trailer

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Coho XC Single Wheel Trailer

The Burley Coho XC Single Wheel Trailer gets your gear where you need to go, so whether you're bikepacking for a weekend or a month you can be prepared. The single-wheel design easily moves over everything from pavement to singletrack, so you don't have to worry about the terrain you'll be approaching. The Coho weighs in at a mere 21 pounds, so you can cruise through your travels without extra trouble, and to keep things hassle-free the yoke adjusts to fit your hubs without any tools. It's equipped with a coil-spring suspension to help it absorb bumps and bounces and an adjustable kickstand that holds both your bike and the trailer upright while the bike is stationary.
  • Trailer for bikepacking near or far
  • 70-pound capacity holds plenty of gear
  • Coil-spring suspension creates a smoother ride
  • Single-wheel design takes on varied surfaces
  • Adjustable kickstand holds trailer and bike upright
  • Tool-free yoke adjustment is easy to use
  • Side panels come off for easy cleaning
  • Item #BLY001C

Material
aluminum
Load Capacity
70lb
Compatibility
126 - 197mm hub width
Part Number
935101
Dimensions
21.25 x 17 x 66.5in
Claimed Weight
21.5lb
Recommended Use
travel
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 5

What I needed

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size

It fits well and tracks very well. I took this down a fairly tight and rocky single track with a 50 pound cooler. It did really well. I was surprised how well it handled. I really think the fat tire option would be better off road. I was loosing a little traction in a few situations where I probably pushed the limits of a trailer. The bigger footprint I think would help. But I wouldn’t want the fat tire for pavement. The bigger the contact patch would increase resistance on asphalt and would take away too much momentum. The only criticism is the kickstand is too short for 29” tires.

It
>Rating: 5

What I needed

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size

It fits well and tracks very well. I took this down a fairly tight and rocky single track with a 50 pound cooler. It did really well. I was surprised how well it handled. I really think the fat tire option would be better off road. I was loosing a little traction in a few situations where I probably pushed the limits of a trailer. The bigger footprint I think would help. But I wouldn’t want the fat tire for pavement. The bigger the contact patch would increase resistance on asphalt and would take away too much momentum. The only criticism is the kickstand is too short for 29” tires.

It
>Rating: 5

What I needed

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size

It fits well and tracks very well. I took this down a fairly tight and rocky single track with a 50 pound cooler. It did really well. I was surprised how well it handled. I really think the fat tire option would be better off road. I was loosing a little traction in a few situations where I probably pushed the limits of a trailer. The bigger footprint I think would help. But I wouldn’t want the fat tire for pavement. The bigger the contact patch would increase resistance on asphalt and would take away too much momentum. The only criticism is the kickstand is too short for 29” tires.

It
>Rating:

Easy to carry beer

This solved the problem of bringing enough beer on a ride. Really I bought it for hunting and taking my dog for rides. The cooler test was to see how this handled with 50 pounds of weight. It did really well. The kick stand is a little short for 29” tires, but it works well enough.

This
>Rating:

Easy to carry beer

This solved the problem of bringing enough beer on a ride. Really I bought it for hunting and taking my dog for rides. The cooler test was to see how this handled with 50 pounds of weight. It did really well. The kick stand is a little short for 29” tires, but it works well enough.

This
>Rating:

Easy to carry beer

This solved the problem of bringing enough beer on a ride. Really I bought it for hunting and taking my dog for rides. The cooler test was to see how this handled with 50 pounds of weight. It did really well. The kick stand is a little short for 29” tires, but it works well enough.

This
>Rating: 5

Really a step up

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Height
6` 5"
Weight
210 lbs

I think the easiest thing to compare this trailer to would be a standard bob trailer, or a two wheel kid / dog / cargo trailer. The design is basically the same as the standard BOB, except with improvements in ease of use. the ball quick release system and easy release lever to get the trailer on and off are incredible. Super easy to use, and the added kickstand supports not only the trailer but your entire bike. Compared to the 2 wheeled trailers, this trailer pulls WAY easier, and has a much smaller effect on your bike's handling. It's actually pretty easy to forget its back there, which can not be said for the two wheeled trailers. On a final note, the entire product is built really well. Its sturdy, the welds are solid, and parts are high quality. The rear wheel is well built, strong, and actually comes with a reasonably nice tire. The trailer seems like something you don't need to baby at all, and it would still last a long long time. 10/10 would recommend.

>Rating: 5

Easy Rider

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size
Height
5` 10"
Weight
165 lbs

Lots to like about this trailer, starting with the ease of setup and attachment. Simply remove your rear QR skewer and install the one included with the trailer, and you're ready to go. Mounts for other axle types (thru axle, etc.) are also available separately. The trailer simply drops on to the ball mounts on the special thru axle, then squeezing a lever allows you to easily lift it off. The whole system is nothing short of an engineering marvel, especially compared to may of the clunky and inelegant trailer attachment systems I've seen from other manufacturers. On the road, the trailer pulls straight and easy. I quickly got used to the extra length and slight change to my bike's center of gravity and had no problem navigating my normal commute to work, which is a mix of bike paths, dirt paths, busy streets, and sidewalks. The suspension really helps keep the trailer pulling smoothly on rough surfaces. The kick stand is great! Super burly and strong enough to hold up a loaded down trailer and the bike you have attached to it. Overall, a great and well designed trailer for turning any bike into a cargo bike or a touring bike.

>Rating:

Great for Dogs

Commuting to the Backcountry.com offices with my dog Geeves in the Coho XC Trailer

A very good boy!!!