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This seat can fit two riders comfortably, or if only one child is coming along, they can sit in the middle for increased room and flexibility in the trailer.
The tires are 16 inches in diameter and are made with molded rims to provide extra performance, safety, and style on your ride. The canopy features a bug screen and weather shield with a rear vent window to make for a safe and comfortable ride.
This stroller is made with lightweight steel and durable quick-release 16-inch wheels. It is sold as a one-seat trailer or two-seat trailer.
This trailer includes a foot guard to protect your little passenger’s feet, and a five-point safety harness to keep your child safely held in place.
Your kids won’t outgrow this trailer fast. The two-seat option can safely hold two riders up to a total weight of 220 pounds.
This trailer also has a deep pocket attached. It’s great for footballs, frisbees, food, or anything else you need to bring along with you on your ride.
These wheels are closer to the size of wheels on most adult-size bikes, making for a smoother and easier ride.
This trailer comes fully equipped with a five-point harness system and aluminum roll cage for protection in case of an accident.
If you’re worried about your dog being too big for certain activities, rest assured that this trailer won’t be something they can’t access and enjoy.
This trailer includes an attached internal leash that can be attached to your dog’s collar to prevent them from jumping out of the trailer.
This trailer features easy entry and ventilation, and two 20-inch wheels to provide a smooth riding experience. This trailer comes in red, light blue, or dark blue.
This trailer includes plenty of mesh windows for increased viewing and ventilation. However, if it gets to be too much for your pet, several of the windows can be covered with the attached roll-up cover on the trailer.
The first thing to think about when purchasing a bike trailer is who will be riding inside. This starts with knowing whether you’re shopping for a trailer to bring a dog on your ride with you, or if you plan to bring a child. That question should be pretty easy. Next, you’ll want to think about the size of the dog or child that will be riding. Larger children will not only require a higher weight capacity, but you may want to think about how much legroom is offered in the trailer.
You’ll also want to think about the storage space included in your trailer. Many trailers have extra pockets for snacks, drinks, footballs, or frisbees. These things can be hard to carry with you on your bike, and depending on where (and how far) you plan to go on your ride, it might be nice to have a place where you can easily store and access these items.
Lastly, you’ll want to consider what sort of ventilation the trailer offers. All bike trailers have windows, but each trailer will be slightly different. Some trailers will have more windows than others, and occasionally you’ll have a trailer with attached covers for windows. This can help in cases of inclement weather, or when the sun gets to be too much for your children or dog riding inside. Some trailers also include tinted windows that can help on especially hot or sunny days.
A: Bike trailers are made to attach safely and securely to your bike and to be safe for all riders. Trailers attach to the back wheel using a hitch arm and a coupler attachment. Trailers will have harnesses for children or leash attachments for dogs to keep them from jumping out while the trailer is in motion. Many trailers have also been tested to be safe in the event of tripping or rolling over. That said, it’s still not a bad idea for children to wear helmets while riding inside of a trailer.
A: The weight limit is different for each trailer that you’ll buy. The average weight limit for each trailer is between 40 and 50 pounds per child. A two-seat trailer can often hold between 80 and 100 pounds, although some trailers can hold as much as 220 pounds. Dog trailers can hold between 50 and 100 pounds, although trailers with a larger cabin space might be a more difficult ride for smaller dogs who could easily slide around on turns or while riding quickly down hills.