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We live on a ranch in Northern California and have been sleeping outside in our Go due to unusually high temperatures. We find it much more comfortable sleeping in our Go than inside the house. Towing the unit behind our Honda Element is a breeze
—Peter, Sacramento CA—
Mountain Bikers and Adventure Racers, listen up… this is your essential mountain bike trailer! The GO doubles as a mountain bike trailer that can carry up to a dozen bikes in one trip. Then, at night, it quickly and easily converts into a pop-up camper that can comfortably sleep four. You won’t find another mountain bike trailer that is as versatile and multifunctional as the GO; in fact, National Geographic calls it the “coolest. camper. ever.” — and for good reason! GO is compatible with all the major rack manufacturers (Thule, Yakima, Rocky Mounts, Inno and more) and can carry up to six bikes in its lowered position, and six more in “transport mode.”
Looking to haul a handful of bikes for a family or group mountain biking trip? Consider the new GO-Easy, an ultra-lightweight trailer that doubles as a mountain bike trailer capable of hauling four to five bikes, depending on the weight and size. The GO-Easy is lightweight enough to be towed by a motorcycle, and can be stored upright on its end, for maximum space-saving efficiency.
Looking for an American-made mountain bike trailer? Well look no further. Here at SylvanSport, we are proud to source over 75% of our supplied parts within 100 miles of our home base in Brevard, and we make many of the key components for the GO and GO-Easy in our own production facility. Both the GO and the GO-Easy are right at home with the best mountain bikes in the world when it comes to design, craftsmanship, and materials.
To find out how you can get your hands on a GO or GO-Easy for your mountain bike trailer needs or multisport gear hauling, check out our store. For more details and information, check out our Product Details page for the GO and GO-Easy.