Maya Cycle fits most standard bikes with 26 inch wheels, 700c or 29ers. The Maya Cycle trailer fork fits bicycle’s with a distance of 140-165 mm at the rear axle, and attaches to bicycle’s via quick-release or solid axle adaptors with a 3/8″ x 26 or M10 x 1 mm thread. For more details, please download the Maya Cycle manual located on our Instructions page.
The Maya Cycle bike trailer can safely carry up to 66 lbs.
Yes. The fork allows for an up and down movement allowing you to ride rough terrain. Maya Cycle will follow directly behind your bicycle tires. You can watch Maya Cycle in action on our Instructions page.
Yes, Maya Cycle is durable enough to last on long distance bike tours.
At this time Maya Cycle does not offer a 16″ wheel with quick-release as an option. You can replace the Maya Cycle wheel with a 16″ quick release wheel that may be supplied by your local bike shop.
The Maya Cycle bag is NOT weatherproof. It is made water resistant, however, the stitching and zipper will allow heavy rain to enter the bag. We recommend to use a dry sack if traveling in wet conditions.
Yes. Use a larger sized U-lock or a cable lock. Simply weave the lock through the trailer frame and bicycle back wheel and lock it. Then lock the bike as usual to a bike rack or other. If you prefer, you can also remove the trailer from your bicycle and lock the frame of the trailer to your bicycle frame.
Yes, Maya Cycle is compatible. As long as there is access to your rear axle hub, whether it be replacing your quick-release with the Maya Cycle Quick Release or replacing your solid axle nuts with the Maya Cycle Adaptors. Double check how wide your bicycle’s rear dropout is at the axle, if it’s 140 – 165 mm wide, you’re OK!
The trailer is designed and tested in Canada. It is manufactured in China with 100% quality control. Once inventory arrives in Canada or the United States, it is checked again for quality assurance before it is shipped to the customer. For US orders, Maya Cycle is shipped from our warehouse in California.