Work: GO Easy Adventure and Utility Trailer

The Ultimate Trailer for Work and Play

The SylvanSport GO Easy was designed for adventure. But we’ve all got work to do. The great thing about these versatile trailers is they let you do a lot more, on both play days and work days.

GO Easy is designed to be the ultimate gear trailer and toy hauler—but it’s not afraid of a hard day’s work! GO Easy is designed to be a budget-friendly micro trailer that can haul a prodigious amount of gear, equipment, or supplies.

Whether you drive an SUV, a Subaru, or a small fuel-efficient car, when you hitch one of these lightweight trailers, it’s like having a truck. When you’re moving, improving your home, or creating a beautiful yard or garden, you can dream big and do-it-yourself with a GO Easy.

Rugged, Smooth, Lightweight, Easy-to-Tow Trailers

Here are some ways that SylvanSport’s brilliantly engineered, multi-award winning utility trailers stand out from the rest.

Rugged: GO Easy is a lightweight trailer built for heavyweight jobs. GO Easy is manufactured in America, using the highest quality materials and construction—so it’s tough and built to last.
Smooth: With the GO Easy Torsion-Flex axle, custom designed for SylvanSport, by Dexter Axle – The GO Easy will cradle your cargo with the smoothest and quietest ride available.
Lightweight: GO Easy weighs just 275 pounds, making it light enough to tow with any vehicle, even a motorcycle.
Easy-to-Tow: One person can easily hitch either a GO Easy to a vehicle, using our unique one-step coupler. GO Easy features aerodynamic design and torsion suspension for a smooth and safe ride.
Versatile: Haul construction materials one day, bikes and kayaks the next! GO Easy is designed to haul way more gear than you would expect from such a compact trailer (amaze your friends!)

What You Can Do with a SylvanSport GO Easy Utility Trailer

Hauling and Moving

Moving is a part of life. But expensive truck rentals don’t have to be. The GO Easy micro trailer can handle some serious hauling. It’s available in two versions—a Cycling Package, which can haul up to 325 pounds, or a Paddling Package, which can haul up to 525 pounds. By comparison, a mid-size washing machine weighs about 150 pounds.

Home Improvement

One of the rewards of home ownership is the satisfaction of doing it yourself. No matter how big or small your vehicle, when you hitch a GO Easy trailer to the back, you’re set to haul a load of garden supplies, tools, equipment, small appliances—whatever you need to start creating the home of your dreams.

Lawn and Garden

Mowing day? A capable GO Easy can easily haul a mower—and it’s exceptionally easy to load with it’s removable tailgate and low load height! A GO Easy trailer will get the job done when you need to haul nursery trees, potting soil, mulch, hay bales, firewood, and all kinds of equipment and tools.

GO or GO Easy?

Do you need the GO camper-trailer or the GO Easy micro trailer? Depends on what you’re planning to do. Here’s a snapshot of some of their outstanding features:

Features of GO Utility Trailer and Adventure Camper

  • Two distinct trailer configurations—low profile Travel Mode or larger capacity Transport Mode
  • Converts easily into a pop-up tent camper for 4+ people in Camping Mode
  • Can carry a riding lawn-mower, ATV, or motorcycles
  • Can carry up to 12 bikes, kayaks, camping gear or any combination
  • Ramp-free loading
  • Weighs 840 pounds—light enough to tow with a small car

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Features of GO Easy Micro Utility Trailer

  • Choose from Essential or Ultimate versions
  • Tailor to your passions with the Cycling or Paddling Packages
  • Up to 325 pounds carrying capacity with the Cycling Package or 525 pounds with the Paddling Package
  • Can carry up to 6 kayaks or 7 bikes
  • Rail slots make it easy to enclose with your own panels
  • Stores in an upright, space saving position
  • Weighs as little as 235 pounds—light enough to tow with a motorcycle

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