SylvanSport GO-Easy Lightweight Trailer

Aug 18, 2014

Category: Rides

Not everyone drives an F-150, but almost everyone needs to haul something at one point or another. For the dude in the Prius who likes to take the kayak now and then, SylvanSport’s new GO-Easy trailer is a great option.

Weighing just 275 pounds, the GO-Easy is lightweight but still capable of hauling your bikes or gear. The powder-coated steel frame rides on a torsion axle and can lug up to 325 pounds worth of stuff. It includes standard LED running lights, a 2-in ball coupler, a Thule Crossroad load bar system, two safety cables, and a four-wire electrical connector. Custom options include a diamond-plate aluminum floor and a weatherproof storage box with kayak hatch lid. But perhaps the most impressive bullet point on the feature list here is the GO-Easy’s ability to turn into a modest little two-person camper when coupled with Roost’s two-person Explorer tent, which also can serve as a cargo box. [Purchase]

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