3 trailers, 3 uses
2 December 2019 | By Marieke |
STD 100, UNO 100 or KIT L80 bike trailer, which model should you choose?
It’s very simple, each trailer fits a specific use.
- Each trailer is delivered with a hitch to attach to your seat post. The distinctive characteristic of this hitch is that the trailer is easy to handle and you can make a U-turn if you need to.
- Each Aevon trailer can carry up to 35kg. This amazing capacity is very confortable for our travellers who like to go in full autonomy and to camp along the way.
- Each Aevon trailer can have a waterproof bag made-to-measure to adapt perfectly to each frame. This waterproof bag is included with the KIT L80 trailer and has to be added to the trailers UNO 100 and STD 100.
Aevon trailers are considered as the most reliable on the market. Their frame is on warranty for 5 years !
The UNO 100 bike trailer is our road model.
In steel, it can carry up to 100L of luggage or 35kg. You can carry all you need for a trip with the bare necessities.
Adapted to small budgets, it’s perfectly adapted to bicycle touring for people who cycle on roads.
The STD 100 bike trailer is the cross-country model.
In aluminium, fitted with a shock absorber adjustable in pressure, the STD 100 trailer is perfectly suited for an intensive use on difficult tracks.
In can carry up to 35kg off-road, 45kg on roads. It’s perfectly suited for travellers.
Mountain bikers have made it their best-seller, it’s the most famous Aevon trailer.
The KIT L80 bike trailer is the foldable model.
Also in aluminium and fitted with the same shock absorber as the STD 100, it can ride with you on off-road trips and be carried easily in your car, on the plane or on the train.
Globe-trotters who go on long trips love it because they can bring it with them around the world. Most airlines do not charge a fee to carry this trailer with your luggage.
It can be folded and set up in a few minutes, which makes it the easiest to carry.
It can carry up to 25kg off-road, 35kg on roads.
It was elected the best trailer in the world by the US magazine Cyclist Adventure and was tested and approved twice by Carnets d’Aventure in France.