Lightweight flatbed trailer with velcro straps for easy attachment of goods/bags/boxes etc. The aluminium frame with a maple varnished base makes for a light vehicle (7kg) and easily removable wheels mean it can be stored flat. Payload is estimated at 70kg – 90kg.
I instinctively took to this trailer the first time I saw it. Simple but elegant design, nicely rounded off with a maple top. And extremely light, such a contrast to the steel Pashley Euro which we’d used exclusively until the Carry Freedom arrived. We added a lockable plastic box to the flatbed and we had a load carrier weighing around 10 kilos. The wheels are alloy, spokes stainless and fit for purpose with sealed cartridge bearings. The quick release button means they can be detached in seconds and the whole package is compact and discreet. A very well designed trailer. Be aware though that unless the wheels are removed regularly, the axles can seize into place.
The big bonus of the Carry Freedom is the weight, unladen you really don’t know it’s there. The flatbed setup is a great starting point and you can add various additional options – Carry Freedom can help you out with this here.
Another Carry Freedom innovation worth checking out is the Bamboo Trailer designed for DIY manufacture… Altruistic in motivation, this is another reason why I like this company. Have a look at it here.
Manufacturer’s website: www.carryfreedom.com
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