Design/Build your custom bicycle buggy with our parts
Many people prefer to build their own trailer. Our ‘Do-It-Yourself Kit’ allows you the complete freedom to make the trailer exactly the size and style you want it. Constructing your trailer can take as little as 3 hours to complete, however some of our DIY kits end up with 50+ hours of craftsmanship. The kit comes with 2 x 50.8 cm high quality alloy wheels with stainless steel spokes and precision ground bearings, push button axles, axle receivers, corner connectors, 15 of 6 mm x 5 cm machine screws with lock nuts, bent tow bar, and bike hitch.
It does NOT include 2.54 cm square frame tubing, floor, or self tapping screws. We suggest 2.54 cm x 1.6 mm wall square aluminium tubing or steel for extra heavy loads and 9.5 mm plywood for the floor.
Wike Products have a 15 day money back Guarantee. If you wish to return your Wike, for whatever reason, simply return it to us and we refund the purchase price. We do not refund shipping. Let us know if you would like to return your trailer and we will send you the address labels. Products also have a one year parts and labor warranty and lifetime on the frame to the original owner.
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We manufacture our products in Guelph, Ontario, Canada and ship them directly to you. This business model saves you money! We have built a reputation over our 30 years in business for the longevity, reliability, and durability of our products. In the case that you loose or break a part, it is easy for us to send you a replacement. Simply send a picture showing the missing/broken part to email@example.com. Another benefit of buying directly from a community-based manufacturer!
20" Spoked Alloy Push Button
This Wike trailer comes with one bike hitch. Would you like extra hitches for additional bicycles?