The only downside is that the manufacturer has not been interested in developing the product for years and has to separately look for and buy expensive, or make through-shaft fittings.
Otherwise a great product, goes well with it, although it slows down (maybe you should look for a better rolling tire), and comes from exactly the same space as the bike itself. Able to turn well even around the bike path.
In addition to the lack of a through-shaft adapter, another downside is the lack of standing support. Requires a fairly long wall to stay neatly upright.
Thanks to the staff for piling up when taken directly from the store!
Very comfortable and unobtrusive pull suit.
Good overall, light pull and follows well!
Easy to attach to the bike and goes well with it. Also suitable for a fully flexible bike to which no bags can be attached. The rear axle must be ordered, for some wheels again.
Although the trailer is quite expensive to buy, the trailer to speak to Mutti Angela is "no alternative" when a man / woman travels with the MTB or, as I do every day on bumpy dirt roads to work. Only the installation of a side stand on the trailer is recommended so that parking with a loaded trailer becomes a little easier.
A really working cart. I pulled it thousands of miles of road behind the wheel. Only the tire that comes with the product is not very rolling on asphalt. I have acquired in its place Hookworn Maxxis BMX-ring (16x1,95 53-350). With it, the cart rolls really well. I am transported prior to the acquisition of the cart on long bike trips goods in bags and two-wheel cart (Croozer Cargo). The unicycle cart has been by far the best of the three, as it travels the fastest and makes it easy to get your belongings with you if you have to leave your bike in a public place for a while.