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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
Top Pick Award
Those willing to tow the weight of this model will be rewarded with an exquisitely designed trailer that can handle all terrain and weather conditions
This 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
Editors' Choice Award
The Bee is light and easy to use and delivers the durability and design quality Burley is known for at a bargain price
Top Pick Award
Kid passengers will love this well-cushioned, roomy trailer, but their parents may have a tough time pulling so much weight
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
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
The Allen Sports Steel is a solid, affordable option for parents seeking an entry-level bike trailer for occasional in-town use
The Take 2 is an inexpensive option for parents who want to roll with their kids but don't want to break the bank
We were impressed with the weeGo's safety features and roominess, but found it difficult to set up and too bulky to tow easily