Post edited 9:00 am – February 25, 2013 by Josh Lipton
Via BikeKidShop.com Email: We are looking at purchasing a bike trailer stroller combo for two children. Can you please tell me what the differences are between your three brands and why I would purchase one over another. Thank you.
The main difference between the brands of trailers is the features and accessories that they come with. The shapes and colors of the trailers are going to be a bit different but functionally they are all the same.
The Croozer Trailers come with either 2 or 3 kits depending on which model you get. The kits are the Strolling, Jogging and Cycling kit. Croozers tend to be a bit heavier and larger than Burley or Chariot. The Croozer would be considered our economy trailer for those on a budget.
Burley trailers all come with the cycling kit as a stock feature. Some models can use the Strolling, Skiing and Jogging kits but they are sold as accessories. Burley has a wide range of options from a very simple cycling only Bee trailer to the very nice do it all d'Lite trailer.
The Chariot trailers are all a bit different in what they come with, some come with a cycling kit, some with a jogging kit and some require the purchase of a kit in order to use the trailer. Chariots have a reputation of being the nicest child trailers on the market and in our experience we would not disagree. <