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QuoteBased on what I saw out on the road, a BOB is the standard touring trailer [...] and some hate the way a trailer makes a bike handle
The BOB setup will be terrible for the way the bike handles, but it's kind of necessary to get the one-wheel arrangement that's especially needed if you go off road and do singletrack. OTOH, my wife and I rode with the neighbor who was pulling a 2-wheeled trailer with her little daughter and was very slow, so I offered to pull the trailer. Its pivot was right at the left side of the bike's rear axle, and I couldn't even tell the trailer was there. I kept looking back, wondering if it had come off and fallen back. Really.