Everywhere you pedal, Burley's Nomad is your ideal tag-along. Its simple-to-use hitch and two-wheel design offer reliability on and off the road without compromising bike handling. And, with a generous 100-pound hauling capacity, this sub-15-pound cargo trailer totes tons of gear. Tent. Hibachi. Cooler? Now there's no excuse to leave anything home!
• Two-wheel design keeps the trailer upright and stable
• Large carrying capacity with collapsible inside space divider
• Three large mesh pockets for small items
• 6 interior clips to tie down gear
• Quickly disassembles and is compact for transport and storage
• Forged aluminum hitch
• 16” spoked aluminum wheels
• Trailer with cover
• Tow arm and hitch for bicycle use
• Safety flag
• Users manual
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I needed to try something in addition to the panniers on my e-bike, so I heard about trailers, and specifically the Nomad, through a member of the on-line e-bike group to which I belong. I researched it on-line via videos and reviews. I thought it would work out well for my short to medium range bike touring. I ordered one last spring and have enjoyed it very much since. With two, 100+ mile tours and four 40 mile trips so far, I am pleased with my purchase. I also use the Nomad to pick up 30 pound bags of dog food for my husky mix companion, and for other shopping loads, too. This is an excellent method for hauling and camping. I'm a happy camper.
BOUGHT IT LAST SUMMER FOR A "RIDE AND CAMP ALONG THE FRENCH WEST COAST, I LOVE IT!
The nomad offers an abundance of space for the biker looking to do some back country camping. Its size easily accommodates a five gallon bucket to keep belongings and/or food dry while acting as a sealed container to hang food at night. The accessory rack is great for tying down objects or drying wet clothing while riding. I took this on a week long trip from Washington D.C. to Pittsburg. Cons: The rear corners of the frame aren't smooth and wear holes in the floor. There needs some extra padding on the inside. (I'm going to try bicycle inner tubes). The front of the the floor gets a bit pinched by the mounts that hold the tow bar. This has caused the stitching to stretch from riding around with a full cart. Currently, I have mounted an old seat post rack on the inside to alleviate some of the pressure on the floor of the forward compartment. Water has a tendency to collect in the front compartment also (Only what was in my 5-gallon bucket stayed dry). I was thinking of sewing in some type of drain plug. Pros: The sides are lined with mesh compartments, great for quick access items and the little things. The width and length of the cart is perfect to fit a crazy creek style camp chair (never leave home without it). Once you figure out the best weight balance the cart glides along behind the bike though hills will remind you that it is there. Having the weight off your bike adds to stability while riding and mounting/dismounting, in my opinion. The stock tires are nice also. I have rode the cart over 600 miles and have not had a flat (knock on wood). You can fit everything you need for a week long camping trip in the cart (If you pack as though you are going on a backpacking trip). As stated before, the five gallon bucket is great for storing food and any electronics. Conclusion: I really like the Nomad cart. It is a great alternative to panniers and bags. It cruised behind me on the C&O Towpath and the Great Allegheny Passage with little extra effort. It allows you to carry larger items than could fit into bags (camp chair). Next I'm thinking of using it to ride around Ohio, following the Buckeye trail when possible.
Perfect to have the moped in the long run and no problems with both food and spare parts
Bought this for our bike rides with our dog (he goes in a basket in front of the bike) and the trailer is full of blankets, pillows, food (and wine).
Its nice but could be built with a aluminum type braceing for protection of the lower material n to carry more wait.. but over all it is a good bike trailer.. have not yet testex the rain but i did renforece using plastic shetting to carry more weight.. works well..
I bought the Burley Nomad about a month ago. It is a high quality product all around, rides so smooth I had to check to see if it was still attached! It holds everything I hoped. I use it for day trips to the beach and carry a grill, cooler, and other items. Highly recommended!
Took it on a cross country ride be nice if it locks to prevent other people from going through it. Bought it in Houston Texas and the bottom is already beginning to tear has few holes after 2000 miles.
I'm mostly happy with the product. It is easy to use, light and rolls well. However, I'm worried about the quality of the canvas material. We already have two wholes in the sides since the wheels have touched the sides when cycling. The canvas seems to be too thin both in sides and at the bottom. I'd like to have ticker canvas especially at the bottom. If you have some heavier, sharp goods they can easily make holes to the canvas.
16. juni 2017 14:09 I bought my first Nomad back in the early 2000s and over the years it has taken me on numerous tours around Europe. From the Atlantic coast to the Rockies, my Burley Nomad was my trusted companion. It withstood the trials and tribulations of gravel roads, dirt tracks, whatever. The Nomad never flinched! It has been packed and filled to the brim. Weight has never been an issue. The Burley Nomad simply marched on! Last year I decided to upgrade to the most recent version and I wasn't disappointed. Whilst my old friend relaxed in the garage licking her wounds, my new companion and I set out on a new adventure throughout Europe. The famous bike tourer, The Frod, ditched his cycle bags and BOB trailer and got himself a brand new Nomad and came along. He hasn't looked back since! The Burley Nomad folks, it doesn't get better than this! See enclosed bike touring video "Where Frods Dare!" and you'll see what I mean.