Pros: Excellent product, VERY strong. Extremely low storage requirements
Cons: Rigid axles do provide feedback on very rough roads and can be bouncy
I have never trailered a bike before (have had many) but due to things out of my control, now occasionally need to. The operative word here is occasionally. Therefore, I was looking for something that would not be in the way when not in use. I looked at enclosed, open, collapsible, and Trailer In A Bag. All of them had criteria shortcomings except the Trailer In A Bag.
Researching this trailer on the web, I could find no negative opinions anywhere and in this web-centric world, that was pretty darn cool. As I live in South Florida, I was able to visit them and check out their operation. Very impressive and the guys working there were friendly and helpful. Needless to say, I purchased one. Setup and operation were extremely simple and I took the loaded trailer for a couple of shakedown runs. No issues whatsoever.
My first run was almost 900 miles up to North Carolina. Of course, I stopped after about 50 miles to thoroughly check everything out and there were no problems. After two more stops and checks, I knew I could pretty much forget about the trailer and did. Other than miserable roads (I-95) through South Carolina, I had no problems at all.
Trailering back to South Florida, I ran into torrential rains, construction zones, and heavy traffic. Through all of this, the Trailer In A Bag performed flawlessly.
The best part is that when I do not need the trailer, it stores very nicely in the back of my enclosed pickup truck bed. Out of sight and out of mind.
The worst part is the rigid axles. They do give you feedback and on bad roads will make everything bounce. South Carolina was the worst. On decent roads, there are NO problems.
If I was looking for a trailer, I would not hesitate buying the Trailer In A Bag.