Burley Honey Bee

5.0 stars
 (2 Reviews)
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With a flip-down stroller wheel and an adjustable handlebar, Burley's versatile Honey Bee serves double duty as a child trailer and stroller. It weighs only 25 pounds, can carry two kids up to 100 pounds, and boasts a rear cargo area and reliable, smooth-rolling, 20-inch wheels. The padded 5-point harness, comfy suspended seating and rugged perimeter cage keep your little riding partners safe and happy. Plus, the easy-to-fold Honey Bee includes tinted windows, a weather cover, a recessed helmet pocket and a safety flag for enhanced visibility.

• One-Wheel Stroller Kit
• Trailer with cover
• Tow arm and hitch for bicycle use
• Safety flag
• Users manual

Features & Info

Honey Bee Specifications

Consumer Reviews

5.0 stars

(2 reviews)

100% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.


  • Sturdy  (2)
  • Comfortable Ride  (2)
  • Easy to Configure and Adjust  (2)
  • Lightweight  (2)
  • Affordable 


  • Stroller could be better 

Best Uses

  • Street Riding  (2)
  • Light Trails 

Nov 25, 2008

Great value for a starter trailer

Sturdy, Easy to Configure and Adjust, Affordable, Lightweight, Comfortable Ride
Stroller could be better
Best Uses:
Street Riding
Wanted a basic trailer for hauling my nephew around. Burley makes great stuff and this trailer is no exception. Doesn't have all the bells and whistles of some higher-end trailers, but it costs a lot less too. Just don't plan on doing any runs with the trailer in stroller mode--It's a bit clunky and is best suited for casual strolls around the neighborhood.
by Bigsprinter from Denver, CO

Jul 29, 2008

Great buy!

Lightweight, Easy to Configure and Adjust, Sturdy, Comfortable Ride
Best Uses:
Light Trails, Street Riding
I just bought my first bike from the Bike Rack a few weeks ago to get in shape. After riding the local trails for a while, I decided I was ready to attempt a trailer for my two-year-old daughter. We just had another baby girl last week, and I thought it would also be a great way to give mom a little time off from the two girls while I was on my morning ride. I went in this afternoon and the salesman was able to answer all of my questions, and even helped my daughter pick out a new helmet. Before we left, he showed me how to disassemble the trailer, and carried it out to the car for me. I was able to assemble the trailer without the manual in 5 minutes... literally. Hooking it up to the rear axel was painless, and you only have to do it once. A pin can be released to remove the trailer easily from the bike. In 10 minutes I had it fully installed to my bike and we were on the road for a quick ride around the neighborhood. It was amazingly easy to pull... no more difficult to climb the steep hills in my area than without it. Of course, this is my first day with the trailer, but the ease of use has already exceeded my expectations. The only complaint from my daughter was that I wasn't going fast enough!!
by brashertech from Omaha, NE