Among all bicycle trailers that we know of, the Extrawheel Voyager is the lightest, can most easily negotiate obstacles and may enter the narrowest spaces. It is the world's only trailer (beside Extrawheel Classic) which can save your life, as it constitutes a spare wheel and detaches itself in the event of major collisions.
Among single-wheel trailers, the Voyager transfers the least load on the bicycle while carrying the greatest weight (35 kilograms). So light to tow that a beginner users often think they lost the trailer, whether you ride in the city or on a mountain trail, you just forget about the trailer. Unlike all the bystanders, who are always amazed by the “third wheel”.
Voyager may be attached to all types of bicycles – including recumbent bicycles, racing bicycles and bicycles with full shock absorption. This trailer is an excellent solution for bicycles with disc brakes and without a luggage carrier. Towing a trailer results in little wear to the bicycle, unlike luggage carriers burdened with heavy panniers.
We provide three wheel sizes (standard front wheels with QR):
- 26x1,95” (MTB)
- 28" (622-37)
- 27" (630-37)
Each wheel is made with the parts provided by the following manufacturers:
- Tyres: Kenda
- Aluminium hubs: Yoytech
- Quick release: Extrawheel
- 36 galvanised spokes: CN Spoke
- Aluminium conically-shaped rims: Strong Wheel
- Inner tube with an AV car valve: Kenda
The Voyager's frame is suitable for all sizes of bicycle wheels up to the width of 2.3” – also size 29” (rim 28” with a large tyre).
The trailer frame has 4mm-thick dropouts for the axis of 10mm diameter. The distance between the dropouts is 100 mm.
Standard Fork: 0.65 kg
The fastening fork which joints the trailer to the bicycle is made of quenched spring steel (the frame is made of welded steel). For the STANDARD size you can mounts wheels up to 29” and the width of 2.3”. Non-standard, higher tyres may not fit.
Pugsley-type Fork: 0.75 kg
A fastening fork for a Pugsley-type bicycle is only one millimetre longer but much wider than a standard one. If you want such a fork, you need to buy it as an extra accessory in addition to a standard-fork trailer.
Extrawheel nuts are available in five thread sizes. The most popular have the 3/8 inch thread and 26 crests per inch.