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Score Product Price Our Take
89
$850
Editors' Choice Award
The D'Lite scored near the top of the pack in every metric we tested and provides unrivaled protection for passengers and outstanding versatility.
86
$1,150
Top Pick Award
Those willing to tow the weight of the Chariot Cross 2 will be rewarded with an exquisitely designed trailer that can handle all terrain and weather conditions.
81
$950
The Lite 2 may be the less fancy sibling of the Chariot Cross, but it's still one of the safest and most user-friendly products we tested.
80
$350
Best Buy Award
The Bee is light and easy to use and delivers the durability and design quality Burley is known for at a bargain price.
76
$799
Top Pick Award
Kid passengers will love this well-cushioned, roomy trailer, but their parents may have a tough time pulling so much weight.
56
$330
The most basic trailer in the Thule line, the Cadence is lightweight and rain-resistant but doesn't provide a very cushy experience for passengers.
54
$190
Best Buy Award
If budget is your top priority, this is the trailer for you. If you're willing to spend more for value, there are better options.
53
$200
The Allen Sports Steel is a solid, affordable option for parents seeking an entry-level bike trailer for occasional in-town use.
44
$140
The Take 2 is an inexpensive option for parents who want to roll with their kids but don't want to break the bank.
40
$229
We were impressed with the weeGo's safety features and roominess, but found it difficult to set up and too bulky to tow easily.