Bee Bike Trailer for Kids
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The Bee bike trailer for kids enables family adventures on a budget without sacrificing safety and durability. This lightweight, bike-only trailer features comfortable seating for one or two children, tinted windows and plenty of space for cargo. Share your love for the outdoors with your kids in the Burley Bee.


Key Features:

  • Compact fold flattens the trailer for easy storage and transportation
  • Tinted side and rear windows
  • Rear window ventilation
  • 20” push button wheels for quick removal

Standard Features on Every Burley Bike Trailer for Kids:

  • Ready To Bike: includes hitch, tow arm and safety flag
  • Designed and tested to meet or exceed ASTM F1975-09 safety standards
  • Flex Connector allows bike to lay flat while trailer remains upright
  • Five-point harness system
  • Full internal aluminum roll cage for protection in an accident
  • Hammock style seat provides passive suspension for rider comfort
  • Heat treated 6061-T6 aluminum frame tubes and hinges
  • Included Steel Hitch
  • Wheel guards for protection from unforeseen obstacles
  • Side battens create structured barrier between wheels and passenger
  • Water resistant 600D polyester cover and seat fabric
  • Front-to-rear fold provides increased strength and stability
  • Reflective materials and reflectors for visibility (front, rear and wheels)
  • UV protection windows are rated UPF 30 and block 96-97.4% of UV light
  • Recessed helmet pocket for extra head room
  • Safety flag for visibility
  • Interior pockets in both cargo area and child seating area
  • Spacious rear cargo area

What’s in the Box:

  • Trailer
  • User’s Manual
  • Tow Bar with Hitch
  • 2 Wheels
  • 2 Wheel Guards
  • Safety Flag
  • Riders: 1 or 2
  • Capacity (lb/kg): 100 / 45
  • Weight Including Towbar, Hitch, Flag (lb/kg): 19.95 / 9.1
  • Interior Seated Height (in/cm): 27.5 / 69.9
  • Interior Seat Width (in/cm): 22.5 / 57.1
  • Interior Shoulder Width (in/cm): 22 / 55.9
  • Seated Leg Room (in/cm): 21 / 53.3
  • Window UV Protection Rating: UPF 30
  • Cargo Space (in³/liters): 2700/44.3
  • Wheel Size (in/cm): 20 / 51
  • Size Open L x W x H (in): 32.25 x 30 x 36
  • Size Open L x W x H (cm): 82.6 x 76.2 x 91.4
  • Size Folded L x W x H (in): 35.5 x 29.25 x 11.25
  • Size Folded L x W x H (cm): 90.2 x 74.3 x 28.6
Water Resistant Cover

Keeps passenger dry in inclement weather

UV Protection Windows

Blocks more than 96% of UV light to protect passenger and prevent window degradation

Compact Fold

Flattens the trailer for easy storage and transportation

Flex Connector

Allows bike to lay flat while trailer remains upright

Available Replacement Parts

Additional Information

Weight 26 lbs
Dimensions 12 x 37 x 26 in


Bee® is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 48.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This is a great trailer overall. Room to store stuff, the kid fits well and is comfortable, pretty good ventilation. Issues I wish they'd fix: 1) even though I have fenders, my back tire kicks up muck from the road on rainy days, which goes through the mesh because the plastic covering isn't long enough. 2) the ties that hold up the plastic covering when not in use don't work very well. 3) it'd be nice if it could come with a Way to lock it to the bike, or as an accessory. Mine was stolen from day care within two weeks of buying it, so now I use a cable lock. Otherwise I like it a lot and it is holding up well after almost two years of fairly consistent bike commuting.
Date published: 2015-11-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I've used both the solo and bee trailers for my two tots and I absolutely love the ease and durability of burley trailers. The quick fold design has been particularly useful. The seat design is not very good however. Some stronger padding in the back would help. I use small pillows to help my kids sit up enough so that their helmets aren't pushed down over their eyes by the mesh behind their head. It would also be nice if padded covers for the shoulder and crotch straps were included. I've added these so that my kids can be more comfortable. Overall pretty great but a few inexpensive additions would really be nice.
Date published: 2016-07-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We love our BEE so far... we've had it about a month or so. It's great to pull our son in and toys and food and water and tools. I would have to agree with a lot of the other owners regarding the trailer resting on the ground while it's not hooked up to a bike... adding some sort of reinforcement underneath that front bar of the frame would make the fabric last longer. I haven't had rips or tears, but I'm afraid these will happen with time (and of course use). BTW... my son loves it and most of the time he falls asleep on our rides - we think it's because of the smooth ride... keep up the good work BURLEY!
Date published: 2016-06-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pretty solid trailer, and well worth the money. We mostly do urban biking around the city though we have taken it on a few gravel rides and it's pretty solid. We used it for one kid, then two, and now just one as our oldest has outgrown it (he has now moved on to a WeeHoo which isn't made by Burley but is a fantastic trailer for older kids). The Burley Bee is easy to hook up, tow, and disassemble for storage in winter. I like the big cargo space in back and the windshield that folds up to let a breeze in. $300 might seem like a lot of money for a bike trailer but it's well worth the money. Construction is solid and it's much better built than the cheaper options you might find at a big box store.
Date published: 2015-12-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love our Burley Bee We love the Burley Bee that we purchased to take our son on bike rides. He was an older infant when we first bought it & fit comfortably in the seat. It wasn't necessary but I also purchased S.I.T seat pads to add extra comfort and convenience. We use our Burley a lot to ride to the park & whenever our son asks to go in it. Only problems(which are little ones) I've ever had with it is sometimes I can't seem to get the screens tight enough not to sink down & get in my sons way (especially when windy) and the way the seat back is designed can cause my son's helmet to be pushed forward.
Date published: 2017-01-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We researched carefully before deciding on buying the Burley Bee trailer and were extremely happy with our choice. The trailer is very easy to assemble- it only takes a minute or two to set it up. Our son (15 months) has been riding in it for three months now and loves it! He gets so excited when we put it together to ride. He is very comfortable in it and even falls asleep since he gets so relaxed. There is space for another child but I feel like it would be a little cramped even with our son only being 15 months old. We also love the cargo space in the back. It is more than we need but it is nice knowing we can tow around snacks, water, or anything else we need. We would recommend this trailer to others.
Date published: 2016-06-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from We have had the Bee for about a month now and really enjoy it. It seems sturdier than other trailers that we evaluated and setup and take down is a cinch. A few points of feedback: 1) reinforce the fabric on the underside of the front bar that contacts the ground when unhitched so that the fabric doesn't scuff on the pavement. Has anyone developed a solution for this? 2) when disassembled/collapsed, the trailer wants to lay flat. We have it standing against a wall due to not having shelving deep enough to lay this flat upon. Standing up, it is not as sturdy as I'd like it to be. Also, it would be great if there was a way to hang this via bicycle hooks from the ceiling for saging space. Overall we really enjoy this trailer, it's a great value, and most importantly, our 14mo old son enjoys riding in it safely.
Date published: 2016-07-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I love my Bee and have used it for 5 years or so. It has provided an outlet for our family to have many fun adventures and to try to stay active and healthy with 3 kids. I often use it for groceries too! You can fit a lot in there! Even with 1 kid, I can put extra groceries on the seat too. Or going to the city pool, it holds all our towels. My only critique it the bar on the front when not hooked up to my bike sits on the floor and over time the fabric that rubs on the ground has rubbed holes and how the kids need to stand on the fabric to get in and out it makes the hole under the bar bigger. This needs to be reinforced with a rubber piece- which would also help it from rolling when I disconnect from my bike to store in the garage.
Date published: 2016-01-20
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Does the Bee have the ability to double as a stroller?

Asked by: Ronda
The Bee is Burley's bike-only trailer. It is not compatible with any stroller, jogger, or skiing conversions.
Answered by: Jay T
Date published: 2017-05-23

I need another bike / to burley attachment  I think it's part #8/ steel hitch Thank you

Asked by: Heidi wade
Additional Steel Hitches can be found here:
Answered by: Jay T
Date published: 2017-05-18

Can the suspended seat be removed, unscrewed from the bottom rail, or moved out of the way in any manner to use the interior space for cargo only?

Asked by: Clark
If you are looking to switch easily between carrying cargo and children you will want to look at the Encore, D'Lite, Solo or Cub as the seats on those models unclip at the top and lay flat easily. On the Bee you CAN remove the seat, but you either have to cut the seat (making it a permanent transformation) or completely take apart the frame which is a ton of work. So basically not recommended. The above mentioned models are designed to be able to do this however so take a look at them.
Answered by: Nick C
Date published: 2017-05-09

Is there a maximum or recommended max height of child that can ride in the Bee? 

Asked by: JohnG
The interior seated height of the Bee is 27.5 inches. To check if your child is too big have them sit on a chair wearing a helmet and then measure from the seat of the chair to the top of their head. This is usually approximately 5 years old that the child will be too big, but all kids are different.
Answered by: Nick C
Date published: 2017-05-09

Is there a attachment for the Burley Bee to convert into jogger stroller?

Asked by: SuMitch
The Bee is Burley's bike-only trailer. It is not compatible with any of the jogging or strolling accessories.
Answered by: Jay T
Date published: 2017-04-30

Do you have a trailer that would accommodate a 6 month old?

Asked by: Razachary
Burley trailers with strolling options can be used at the age of 6-months. Burley suggest waiting until the age of 1-year before being towed behind a bicycle.
Answered by: Jay T
Date published: 2017-05-07

I have a 29 inch rear wheel on my mountain bike I want to use my trailer with. will this fit? is there any form of extension or longer arm that connects between the trailer and the bike?

Asked by: MomRN1313
Burley trailers are compatible with bicycles that have 29" wheels. There is not an extended tow bar. The newer Steel Hitch is offset to the rear an additional inch in comparison to the previous version allowing for more clearance.
Answered by: Jay T
Date published: 2017-04-20

I was wondering how early can a child sit on the bee? My daughter is 9 1/2 months and we have the burley bee but haven't used it with her yet. Is it too soon? Is there a padding we could use besides the snuggler?

Asked by: evac
Burley recommends waiting until the age of 1-year old before being towed behind a bicycle. The Baby Snuggler can be used for children over the age of 1-year while biking if they can sit upright with a helmet. Burley does suggest checking with your pediatrician.
Answered by: Jay T
Date published: 2017-05-07
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