The BuzzyBee 2 is a very simple and easy product to use to carry 2 bikes on a tow ball. The light frame will securely transport 2 bikes for a very affordable price. Available in 4 bike version, here is a description of the 2 bike.
TOW BALL ATTACHMENT
The patented conic system fits onto all ISO 50mm diameter tow balls. Easy to use and secure.
The system can be locked using the locking knob.
The special Buzz wrench is included for the installation of the product on the tow ball.
The wheel holders will accommodate all wheelbases, even very small children’s bikes.
The straps allow a secure attachment of the wheels and the pads protect the rims.
The straps are long enough to hold the biggest rims.
The attachment pads offer the maximal protection of the bike frame.
The straps and protective pads ensure a firm and secure fit of the bike on the platform.
An additional safety strap is supplied to secure all the bikes together.
BuzzyBee is supplied with standard 3 function lights and a 7 pin plug.
The light plate can be easily removed to allow easier storage.
Size does matter. So the new BUZZYBEE 2 has been made more compact in order to fit in most car trunks.
Max number of bikes: 2
Fits bolt on tow ball: yes
Fits swan neck / detachable tow ball: yes
Dimensions (width x depth): 114cm x 56cm
(measured from the centre of the tow ball mount to the outside edge of the number plate holder).
Dimensions (folded): 114 x 59 x 19cm
Max load capacity: 30kg
Max weight per bike: 15kg
Integrated lighting board: yes with quick release mechanism
Lighting board plug type: 7 pin
Bike carrier to tow ball lock: yes
Bike carrier to bike lock: no
The maximum permitted load you can carry is also determined by the tow bar nose weight; you will need to check you don’t exceed this before using any tow ball mounted bike carrier.
Requires 65mm clearance from center of tow ball to rear of vehicle.
If you have a 7 pin socket the reversing light and fog light will not work.
The 7 pin socket isn’t wired for these functions.
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