The trailers use either a 36 Volt or a 48 Volt lithium ion battery with a few different amp hour options; 10ah, 15ah, and 20 ah.
Speeds vary from 12.5 mph (20 km/h) to 28 mph (45 km/h) depending on which power option is used and if you are pedaling.
Range varies from 25 miles (40 km) to 62 miles (100 km) depending on which size of battery is used and how much you pedal.
Adding assist is handled either by a throttle or pedelec (pedal assist) option. If you have 2 bikes that you want to use the trailer with you can buy an extra throttle or pedelec kit to make installation of the trailer quick.
The AEVON trailers are constructed from large aluminium tubing and it looks like they can handle some rough on and off road riding.
The trailer mounts at the seatpost which provides stability and the ability to make tight turns.
The trailer can handle quiet a bit of cargo and the bag itself is waterproof. There are different sizes of cargo bag: 4,880 in^3 (80 liters), 6,100 in^3 (100 liters), and 7,300 in^3 (120 liters). The weight limits are 77 lbs (35 kg) or 100 lbs (45 kg) depending on the trailer used.
To make the ride smoother for the cargo, the Cycloboost/AEVON trailer has rear suspension too! There is a rear wheel swing arm with an air/oil shock to help the trailer track over rough terrain.
Find out more about the Cycloboost electric bike trailer here.
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Pete has nearly 30 years of experience in the cycling world. At the age of 13 he began riding and racing bikes and working as a bike shop mechanic. He raced mountain bikes for many years, including a few years of racing professionally on the U.S. national cross country mountain bike circuit.
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