Product Details - BOB Yak Plus Trailer
Our first BOB trailer set the standard for all others to come: tough, dependable and ready to roll wherever life moves you. The Yak Trailer carries up to 70 pounds of what you need to ride longer and further. It attaches to most bicycles’ rear wheel hub, creating a low and stable center of gravity with excellent aerodynamics.
- Attaches quickly and easily to a bicycle’s rear wheel using the BOB Quick Release or BOB Nutz system.
- Low center of gravity keeps the weight off your bicycle frame for better handling and performance than racks and panniers.
- Trailer tracks rear wheel of bicycle, making it easier to navigate narrow roads or single track.
- 70 lb. carrying capacity so you don’t have to leave anything behind.
- Compatible with most full-suspension bicycles and most bicycles that have solid-axle hubs.
- Constructed of 4130 chromoly steel tubing that’s lightweight and long-lasting.
- Yak 28 – for 28” wheels, 29er mountain bikes and 700c road bikes with full wrap fenders.
- Yak Plus – comes with a BOB Dry Sak.
- Not compatible with rear 12mm through-axles
Product Specifications - BOB Yak Plus Trailer
- Frame: 4130 Chromoly.
- Hub: Aluminum, cartridge bearings, Quick Release.
- Rim: Aluminum, 28 hole.
- Spokes: Stainless Steel.
- Tire: 16 x 1.75"
- Cargo area: Roughly 25" x 16" x 18" (64cm x 41cm x 46cm).
- Weight: 6.1 kgs, 13.5 lbs
- Capacity: 32 kgs, 70 lbs
- Includes: Quick Release Attachment System, spare attach pin, Spider bungee, 2 piece safety flag, fender, reflectors, detailed owner's manual NOTE: Dry Sak comes standard with the "Yak Plus".
- Key features: Patented BOB Quick Release Attachment System, light weight single wheeled performance, open frame design adapts to many types of cargo.
Size - BOB Yak Plus Trailer
Dropout spacing compatibility
126.5mm - 140mm
Not compatible with rear 12mm through-axles
360mm / 420mm for 28in fork models.
25in x 16in x 18in / 64cm x 41cm x 46cm
28in fork intended for bikes with 28in wheels, bikes with full wrap fenders and reflectors or 29er mountain bikes