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Winnebago offers branded SylvanSport trailers

Winnebago offers branded SylvanSport trailers

BREVARD, N.C. — SylvanSport today announced a new partnership with Winnebago Outdoor, the brand that celebrates the heritage of the Winnebago RV lifestyle with apparel, gifts and gear.

SylvanSport’s GO-Easy, an adventure-utility trailer, is now available at the Winnebago Outdoor store in Forest City, Iowa, and online at

This recent development is part of SylvanSport’s aggressive expansion plan, said Tom Dempsey, founder and CEO.

SylvanSport also announced it has added eight new dealers nationwide since December, but did not provide the list of dealers in the release.

“Partnerships with incredible outdoor recreation brands like Winnebago allow us to continue growing while pushing the limits of engineering and performance in outdoor travel equipment,” said Dempsey. “The GO-Easy trailer is a perfect fit for all Class B Winnebago owners and this pairing is incredibly beneficial for all outdoor travelers.”

SylvanSport was founded with the goal of creating gear to match the evolving desire of outdoor adventure. As the company has grown, so too has its technology, Dempsey explained.

The GO-Easy trailer focuses on efficiency with the capability of carrying up to six bikes, or four kayaks, while being pulled by a vehicle as small as a motorcycle.

“Our Class B Winnebago Touring Coach products, Travato and Era, are designed for adventure,” said Winnebago Director of Marketing Chad Reece. “SylvanSport’s Go-Easy adventure-utility trailer pairs naturally with these products and further enhances exploration on the trail, lake or river.”

SOURCE: SylvanSport press release

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