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Key Features der Fahrradanhänger von reacha
Key Features der Fahrradanhänger von reacha

reacha core features

collapsible & adjustable

adjustable in length and width; disassemble within minutes; no tools needed

modular system

Swap wheels any time; change draw bars; attach additional accessories

lightweight & strong

high-strength anodized aluminum; carbon reinforced plastic

Hand & bike trailer

equally balanced; can be detached and attached in seconds

Made in Bavaria

80% EU components; Aluminum produced in Belgium; our goal = 100% EU sourcing

The frame

Each reacha consists of our patent-pending frame, a textile loading area and interchangable tyres. The plug-in system made of aluminium tubes with snap locks has three special advantages. Firstly, the weight is reduced to a minimum, secondly, every reacha is adjustable in length and width, and thirdly you assemble or dismantle the reacha in no time without any tools. This is how the reacha is easy to transport and store thanks to its low weight and small pack size. In this video Floko shows you how fast and easy it can be set up.

The recommended maximum load is 35 kg when attached to a bicycle and 60 kg when used as a hand trailer.

What else you have to consider, you can find out in our FAQ.

Faltbarer Fahrradanhänger mit Schnappverschlüssen

Modular & adjustable

During the development it was our goal to make the reacha as versatile as possible. Thanks to the standardized wheel mounts, different wheels (18" to 26" | hub width 100 mm | max. width 4") can be used depending on the surface and intended use. We offer the reacha in different variants. For all those who still have old wheels at home, we offer the reacha DIY, soming only with a frame and loading area.

The length and width adjustability also contribute to the versatility of the reacha. On narrow/short setting you can easily manoeuvre it through the city and on broad/long setting you can fit up to 7 softboards or a stand up paddle board with up to 14' length. The adjustment is quick, easy and without tools thanks to the snap locks.

In Länge und Breite verstellbarer Fahrradanhänger für SUP und mehr

Quality from Germany

Our partner CTM in Bavaria produces our aluminium frame. Thanks to decades of experience in water sports, the highest processing quality is guaranteed. In contrast to most bicycle trailers, we have also opted for high quality wheels in order to guarantee a long lifespan. All our wheels come from experienced quality manufacturers.

During the development we have tried to reduce plastic to the minimum. For the remaining plastic parts we use so-called "injected carbon", which mainly comes from recycled carbon from aviation. It is particularly stable and durable.

All our components are stainless and weather resistant. reacha So you can use it with a clear conscience even in sand and salt water.

Last but not least everything is assembled, adjusted and shipped in Bavaria.

Lasergravur auf dem reacha Fahrradanhänger


The additional side brackets (or bow) increase the loading capacity of the reacha. With two of them you can stack up to 7 surfboards on your trailer. They are also equipped with snap locks, so you can remove and attach them in no time at all.

We have developed a bicycle adapter that connects to the saddle pole of your bike. Thanks to its textile padding, it also works with carbon saddle poles. The simple length adjustment not only adapts to longer bikes, e.g. with a luggage carrier, but is also an easy way to attach and remove the trailer when parking the bicycle.

With Bike2Boat, Redbull athlete Adrian Mattern and Brendon Orten have teamed up with kayak legend Olaf Obsommer and videographer Jens Klatt to travel by kayak and mountain bike from Innsbruck across the Alps without carbon emissions. Their faithful companion: the reacha bicycle trailer. Starting in Innsbruck, they cycled 800 kilometres for 21 days and paddled 9 different rivers and always with them: the reacha SPORT.
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His friends thought it was a crazy idea, but Thomas Oschwald did not let himself be put off, even when the first two attempts failed. The third time he succeeded. He travelled by water from Geneva to Basel, using only two means of transport: his SUP and his feet combined with a trailer by reacha. We asked him to share his experiences with us.
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The extreme athletes StecherTwins put our reacha SPORT bike trailer through its paces on an SUP & mountain bike tour in the Alps. Their conclusion: "We are impressed!
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