|Product Dimensions||84.58 x 79.5 x 97.28 cm; 13.79 Kilograms|
|Item model number||938101|
|Number of Items||1|
|Sport||Training, Cycling, Triathlon, Running, Camping & Hiking, Outdoor Lifestyle|
|Suspension||Adjustable, 5-position coil-spring|
|Wheel Size||20 Inches|
|Included Components||Tow Bar with Steel Hitch, 2 Wheels, User's Manual, 2 Quick Receivers, Safety Flag, 1-Wheel Stroller Kit, Trailer|
|Item Weight||13.8 kg|
Burley Design Accessories D'Lite X
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|Item weight||30.4 Pounds|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||84.6 x 79.5 x 97.3 centimeters|
About this item
- Independent recline offers maximum seating customization with 3-positions of adjustment for both passengers
- Quick receivers deliver easy installation or removal of the tow bar and conversion kits when it’s time for a different adventure
- Included 1-wheel stroller kit enhances use with a quick transition from biking to strolling out of the box
- Adjustable suspension dials in the smoothest ride for all conditions and terrains
- Premium 20” wheels offer a wider, more aggressive tread with modern reflective taping
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Amazon.ca Product Description
Designed for ultimate comfort and versatility, the D’Lite™ X kids bike trailer and stroller is built for endless adventures. Premium seat pads, headrests, and adjustable suspension optimize for a smooth ride, while its reclining seat(s) allow you to fine-tune the angle for added comfort. Saddle up, hit the road, and enjoy the journey! Available in single or double seat models.
From the Manufacturer
The luxurious D’Lite x kids bike trailer and double stroller is built for the long-haul. Premium seat pads, headrests, and independently reclining seats to fine tune the angle of each passenger’s seat make your little one feel like royalty. An adjustable suspension optimizes comfort for a smooth ride. Full-Length UV windows allow for protected panoramic viewing. The included stroller kit adds versatility out of the box with optional conversions for sand and gravel riding, jogging, or skiing. Saddle up, hit the road, and explore in comfort!
From the manufacturer
Burley D'Lite X Kid Bike Trailer & Stroller
Ready for adventure, Burley’s top of the line trailer offers the thoughtfully designed features you expect from a premium trailer and stroller. Padded, reclining seats and compatibility with all conversion kits ensure your kids are comfortable while you provide the horse-power.
Burley Jogger Kit
Burley 2-Wheel Stroller Kit
Burley 16+ Wheel Kit
Burley Ski Kit
Premium Seat Pads
Premium Seat Pads include a headrest for added comfort, and are removable for easy cleaning. Headrest keeps sleepy riders comfortable in a supported position.
5-Position, Adjustable Suspension
Adjustable suspension dials in the smoothest ride for all conditions and terrains.
Quick Receivers deliver easy installation or removal of the tow bar and conversion kits when it’s time for a different adventure.
3-Position, Independent Recline
Independent recline offers maximum seating customization with 3-positions of adjustment for both passengers.
|D'Lite X (2 Seat)||D'Lite X (1 Seat)||Cub X||Encore X||Honey Bee||Bee|
|Number of Riders||2||1||2||2||2||2|
|Capacity (lb/kg)||100 / 45||75 / 34||100 / 45||100 / 45||100 / 45||75 / 34 (1 Seat), 100 / 45 (2 Seat)|
|Includes Bicycle Tow-Bar & 1-Wheel Stroller Kit||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||Bicycle Tow-Bar Only|
|All-Kit Compatible||✓||✓||Yes, except for 16+ Wheel Kit||✓||Bike & 1-Wheel Stroller Kit Only||Bike Only|
|Premium Seat Pads||✓||✓||✓||Standard Seat Pads||-||-|
|Converts to Cargo Trailer||✓||✓||✓||✓||-||-|
|5-Position, Adjustable Suspension||✓||✓||✓||Non-Adjustable Suspension||-||-|
|20" Premium Wheel||✓||✓||✓||20" Standard||20" Standard||20" Standard|
|3-Position Recline||Independently Reclining Seats||✓||Independently Reclining Seats||-||-||-|
Burley has been creating quality, durable products for more than 40 years. We stand by our products, with a deep catalog of spare parts and personalized support. We’re here to enable adventure and keep you rolling. That’s why we test our products to multiple X on key durability tests.
Top reviews from Canada
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It was a bit difficult to put together, physically. I had trouble with components being tight and despite being a strong, capable, building-savvy person, I needed my husband's muscle with putting it together. It was simple enough, though, and didn't eat my day. Hitching it to my bike was easy - super simple and I have no previous experience.
I wish Burley put a link to their educational videos in their manual to make it more comprehensive. I had to watch videos for certain components (like how to move the flag with the handlebar) and it was annoying to look for. It is much easier and faster to watch a video than to read through the instruction manual only to find your question unanswered (similarly - how to convert the child trailer to a cargo trailer).
As a stroller, it pushes very easily. Some reviews have complained of the stroller handle collapsing with force, or being otherwise unreliable. I did not have issues with the stroller handle and think that Burley has maybe updated their design. The handle bar is fully adjustable and has a handle lock to keep it in place. There is a wheel lock toward the bottom that can be easily adjusted with your hand or foot.
With or without my child inside, I could maneuver over curbs and other obstacles easily without any issues with the handle. I am 5'2" and found a good height for the handle that I think would still even accommodate a handlebar caddy. The trailer is back heavy and without weight in the seating area it is easy to tip backwards (but not unreasonably or annoyingly so). If you had weight in the storage compartments and no kids in the seating area, it may tip back even more easily but I haven't tested this.
As a bike trailer you hardly know it's there! It's so smooth - it's awesome. You will feel the weight especially uphill, etc. but it really pulls like a dream. The inside is roomy. There's UV protected windows. I like that the rain cover is attached because you can zip up or down as much as you want covered - super handy if it's breezy and your kid is getting chilly but you don't need everything blocked off. The rain cover is secured by toggles on the zipper. Not super aesthetically pleasing but functional and doesn't bother me. I prefer the flexibility.
The sunshade is short and can basically protect upper body with legs uncovered. You can adjust it further down but then the sun might be in your kid's eyes. I wish it was fully adjustable, but this isn't a dealbreaker. I put a blanket over kiddo's legs and we wear sunscreen, but with smaller children on longer rides in beating sun, it's not ideal. I wish burley maybe did another sunshade layer that was zipped between the mesh and rain cover that could be secured similarly to the raincover.
Burley needs to update their promo materials as I feel they're confusing. They market this as having a hammock-style seat. In my research, hammock styles are lower end and unsupportive. This is a bench style seat. It is one long stable bench raised off the floor of the trailer and does not sink toward the middle when seated.
The seats are super comfortable and the inside is quite roomy. The bowed out sides give extra elbow room and give this trailer more longevity, I feel. There are 2 mesh pockets next to either seat that can hold sippies and snacks. Regarding recline: this is a bike trailer first. People complain the seats don't recline much. This is true. I keep our recline in the middle setting and it is quite upright. As a bike trailer, I understand it is unsafe to be fully reclined (closer to flat) and cycling. It would be nice to have this feature for strolling, but this is not a dealbreaker for me as we're using it for cycling first. My toddler is also older so we won't be regularly napping in it anyway. Whatever amount you recline also takes away from storage.
Another selling point for me: huge storage compartment. There are 2 small pockets that can carry keys, phone, etc. The rest is wide open. It would be nice to have a cargo net or some other flexible arrangement to compartmentalize the storage a bit more, but I suppose I could makeshift this if I wanted.
I also like the removable mat. We've biked to the beach a couple times and sand gets everywhere. With the mat it is super easy to shake out. If there's a spill or something, there's also a little hole underneath the mat that allows you to drain whatever you need to.
I would also ask burley to consider velcro or something else to seal the bottom of the mesh cover/rain cover opening. An enterprising toddler can push things through and out the gap, and you would never know while biking.
This trailer is amazing. I debated a long time between this and another significant competitor (thule cross). This trailer excels at being a bike trailer with slightly older toddlers/small children. I wouldn't have chosen this if my kids were very young (infants under 1) but then it's first use wouldn't be as a bike trailer then either (need to be at least 1yo). Another selling feature was the fact that this can be converted to a cargo trailer. So once we outgrow the trailer we always still have the versatility to use it for other purposes. Couldn't say that about the competitors!
This was definitely an awesome purchase- no regrets. I do think some accessories are way overpriced (ahem double stroller kit) but regardless, we will get a lot of use out of this! And during COVID summer- it couldn't come soon enough!
Imagine the kids being so excited when you receive it, only to find out that we actually can't use it at all to attach to the bike because there is no through axel included in the box for hitch attachment. Burley sells those extra at $50-$100 a pop, and they are not that easy to find. They also require extra research to ensure you get the right axel to work with your mountain bike.
Granted, this is a problem specific to mountain bike owners, but tons of people with mountain bikes are going to order this trailer. Burley should include the required axels, or at least, make it a lot more clear that it is not included.
Also, the axel should not cost 10% of the cost of the whole trailer!
Top reviews from other countries
Reviewed in the United States on August 13, 2019
Works great as a bike trailer.
Pushes very easily as a stroller with the included wheel.
It's fairly light for its size.
Folds compactly for a double seater.
A bit difficult to set up.
Handle was to tight to latch into place
Didn't meet my expectations for the price.
Doesn't recline very far.
Doesn't have a brake unless you get the jogging attachment
Didn't meet my expectations for the price
Bottom line: I don't regret our purchase but I'm not exactly thrilled. For the price it should be better.
We upgraded from a $130 bike trailer/ stroller which worked well but definitely had some things to be desired which was understandable for the price. We decided to get a top of the line model and settled on the Burley dlite x. This is much better than our old one and seems to be built from good quality materials. However I expected more for the price. Our old cheap one actually had a brake on the rear wheels which I really miss on the Burley. We have had issues with the handle. Ours was so tight and got worse with use to the point we could not latch it. I disassembled the handle and was able to loosen it but now it randomly moves so I need to tighten it again and hopefully will be able to find a setting that will work. This doesn't make sense on something this expensive. Setting up isn't as easy as I would have hoped. Latching the latches in place is a bit hard. It reclines but not enough to really make sleeping comfortable as I was hoping. if you put too much weight in the back the front gets very light and can almost tip over backwards.
It has nice padded seats and the children sleep well in it and for the most part other than the handle everything works well. There are some nifty features like how the wheel folds up out of the way for bike use and just folds down for stroller use as well as mesh cup holders for the children. The tounge in the front extends for biking and can be retracted further for use as a stroller. It pushes almost effortlessly as a stroller with its big wheels. However when I compare it to our old one is it $600 better? The answer is simply no. If it didn't have any of those cons I mentioned the answer would be Yes.