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Allen Sports Single Child Steel Bicycle Trailer « Child Bike Trailers

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  • With a high quality child bike trailer, you get an enclosed space where little ones aged 1 to 6 can sit. The best bike trailers for kids generally come with fasteners that secure the children in place, as well as a space for their juice or favorite toy.

    . Chariot's Deluxe Commuter 1 child bike trailer offers the safety of a five-point seatbelt system and a durable aluminum frame. With a large cockpit that allows for older kids and helmets, an adjustable suspension system and plenty of storage space, this chariot is the luxury ride of bike trailers.

  • The Allen child bike trailers makes it easy to take your child for a ride. This durable, lightweight trailer easily affixes to most bikes, and is quick to connect and disconnect. When not in use, the trailer’s folding design and quick release wheels make for easy storage and transportation. The Lightweight steel construction makes it safe and comfortable to transports one child in the single trailer (up to 50-Pound Maximum payload) and two children in the double trailer (up to 100-Pound Maximum payload).

    Rob Walker from i-travel York has sent us this great film of him cycling to the child minders with his daughter Pheobe in a child bike trailer behind his bike.

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  • I first saw the WeeHoo i-Go bike trailer in August this year at the Rocky Mountain Bike Show, and I was very intrigued by the design. It’s a child bike trailer in which the occupant sits in a recumbent position, and the child (aka the copilot) can pedal, assisting the driver, or just sit, relax and enjoy the views.

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I first saw the WeeHoo i-Go bike trailer in August this year at the Rocky Mountain Bike Show, and I was very intrigued by the design. It’s a child bike trailer in which the occupant sits in a recumbent position, and the child (aka the copilot) can pedal, assisting the driver, or just sit, relax and enjoy the views.