Burley Blog | Burley
Choose a Language

Burley Blog

SUP with PUP How Series: Training Dogs for Bike Trailers, Part 1

Post on | Ambassador, Blog, Dogs, Tail Wagon, Training

Article & Photos by Maria Christina Shultz, SUP with your PUP This looks silly, I know. But before our Burley Tail Wagon arrived I started thinking about how I was going to introduce the dogs to it. Riley and Kona don’t like crates, and I’m thinking that a small enclosed space like the trailer might be a… Read more >

African Great Lakes Solo Crossing

Post on | Adventure, Ambassador, Blog, Pro Team, Touring

Photos & Article by Ross Exler Years ago, while I was a student at the University of Colorado and working in a lab that studied species of fish from Lake Tanganyika, I came up with the idea for an expedition. The idea was to link 3 of the largest lakes in the world, Lake Malawi,… Read more >

A New Year’s Eve Ride

Post on | Adventure, Ambassador, Blog, Family, Training

By Becky of the Barefoot in the Burley Blog We wrapped up 2017 with a day of family fat bike training around the south Teton Valley groomed fat bike trail system. Thanks to the volunteers of Teton Valley Trails and Pathways and Fitzgerald’s Bicycles, we have an awesome network of groomed single track specifically for… Read more >

Keeping Up with the Kids

Post on | Ambassador, Blog, Family

Article & Photos by Bryan Sheffield  Our two year old daughter, Johnny, loves her MyKick. She calls it “Red Bike” and wants to take it everywhere we go. Here is a photo of her riding it around our suburbs of Philadelphia neighborhood. This is Mr. Phil’s house. Phil is a wonderful gentle man, retired, and… Read more >

Wild Ice with a Nomad Assist

Post on | Adventure, Blog, Cargo

Article & Photos by Ann Driggers Here in Colorado it has been a slow start to winter with above normal temperatures and a dearth of precipitation. Normally we can count on mountain biking one weekend and skiing the next, thereby effectively eliminating the shoulder season. But this year the mountain bike trails have closed for… Read more >

Appalachian Snow Day

Post on | Adventure, Ambassador, Blog, Dogs, Family

Article & Photos by Allie Bynum Over the weekend, the Appalachian Mountains finally got enough snow to act a fool in!  A few days earlier, we received five packages from Burley Design.  We woke up Saturday morning to a frosty delight of about 5 inches of powdery fluff.  Collin and I, excited-like Christmas morning parents,… Read more >

Licking Her Wounds

Post on | Blog, Dogs, Pro Team, Tail Wagon

Sora of the Long Haul Trekkers has gone under the knife for a reoccurring growth that needs to be treated, but don’t fear. Jen & Dave would never leave her behind to be lonely at home. Read up on how they kept her involved  in their fun activities with their Burley trailer.  Article & Photos… Read more >

A Fall Family Adventure – Perkiomen Trail, PA

Post on | Blog, Family, Pro Team

Photos and notes by Bryan Sheffield Our family had a great time a few weekends ago shredding the Perkiomen Trail in southeast Pennsylvania. We wanted to get out and enjoy the late October foliage, and the mostly gravel trail was the perfect place for an afternoon adventure. The Perkiomen Trail runs 19 miles along the Perkiomen… Read more >

Venture500 Australia Interview

Post on | Adventure, Blog, Build A Legacy, Cargo, Pro Team, Touring

Jake Wilcox of Venture500 just finished his inspiring transcontinental trip across Australia on an Elliptigo with a Burley Nomad trailer in tow. We had a chance to catch up with him and hear more about his trip. Check out the interview and follow him to learn about what’s to come for Venture500, a worldwide quest to complete… Read more >

A (My)Kickin’ Wedding

Post on | Blog, Family, Pro Team

Bryan Sheffield’s photos and notes on family outings in August: Earlier this month, our Cousin Jenna, was married to a great guy named Steve. We road tripped out to Michigan for the gorgeous wedding. Michigan is a pretty state with trees, lakes, and green grass everywhere. If you were looking at the Michigan mitten, we were around… Read more >

Oregon Rode Trip – McKenzie Pass

Post on | Adventure, Blog, Pro Team, Tail Wagon, Touring

by Jen Sotolongo of Long Haul Trekkers Steam floated from the road, like a fog machine at a haunted house as the early morning sun heated the pavement and evaporated the dew. It was the first time the sun truly exposed itself in over two weeks of our month long Oregon Rode Trip with our… Read more >

Packing to Hit the Trail

Post on | Blog, Cargo, Pro Team, Touring

Jake is starting his next big trip as a part of his Ventrue500 initiative headed from North to South across Australia. Here’s a quick look at the gear he’ll be taking and his experiences that have led to his selection.   “Packing for a year can be a daunting task, especially when traveling non motorized… Read more >