Aosom Wanderer Bicycle Bike Cargo / Luggage Trailer - Black

Item #:B4-0008 Customer Rating: 4.5 Read 2 Reviews
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Key Features

  • Attaches to any bicycle and has plenty of space for groceries and running routine errands
  • A sturdy steel frames make this cart exceptionally durable and can hold up to 110 lb.!
  • Easy assembly and fold down, Bicycle hitch included
  • Trailer weight: 22 lbs.; Cargo Area Size: 27.25" l x 16.5" w x 9.25" h
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Our most popular Wanderer model of bike cargo trailer attaches to any bicycle and has plenty of space for groceries and running routine errands. It's sturdy steel frames make this cart exceptionally durable and can hold up to110lb! Easy assembly and fold down. Bicycle hitch included.



Quick release wheels 

One bicycle hitch/connector included


  • Lightweight steel frame
  • Specially strengthened solid PE bottom
  • Specially strengthened steel bar beside the wheels provides exceptional balance and steady
  • Specially strengthened steel drawbar
  • Easy to assemble and folds down for storage
  • The cargo trailer is easy to load and unload goods
  • The right and left of the cargo trailer can be folded inwards
  • The front and back gates can be pulled down
  • One bicycle hitch/connector included, you do not need anything else to connect the trailer to the bike
  • Quick release wheels 
  • 4 reflectors total on back and wheels


Trailer weight 30lbs
Color Black
Max loading 180lb 
Overall Size Approx 57" long x 27.6" wide x 19.2" high
Wheel size 16" 
Item No. B4-0008

Customer Reviews
Total 2 reviews.
Customer Rating: 5
I love this only took about 4-5 minutes to put it together, (from Box)...It carries what I need carried and all I had to do was air up the tires...Absolutely Amazing!!!
04/13/2013 16:22:35 Helpful(3)Unhelpful(0)
Customer Rating: 4
Searched, found, compared and ordered this thing. Put it together in just a few minutes. Tires have air in them, but are not completely inflated (understandable). First tube popped at 30psi. Took the tire off the second rim, noticed that the tube was pinched there, also. Straightened the tube before inflating, good to go. Trailer follows well, and is set off to the left so you won't curb the right side when riding close to the line. A little hard to get used to, but I can see the reasoning behind it, and kind of like it. The only gripe I have is the deck. It is sturdy, it will take a lot of grief, but when heading out empty it rattles enough to make you want to steer into oncoming traffic. So, I took it off and used it as a template for a wooden deck, which I also stained. I'm sure it adds weight, but I can use the excercise. It isn't the biggest, it won't carry the most, but for what I am looking for, it should fit the bill. Picnic time!
09/09/2012 12:13:30 Helpful(15)Unhelpful(0)
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