Share your passion for mountain biking. Your child will love riding SHOTGUN and mountain biking. Designed for children up to 60 lbs. The SHOTGUN Pro child bike seat has no contact with the mountain bike's frame. The SHOTGUN Pro Kids MTB seat can be adjusted to fit electric and regular mountain bikes of all sizes, flat or sloping top tubes, with standard 1 18” steerers. If your bike's stem is less than 50mm in length, you will need 20mm of stem clearance in order to fit the Shotgun Pro. It's easy to swap the SHOTGUN Pro Kids Bike Seat between bikes. The SHOTGUN Pro Kids MTB Seat comes with an installation video and an easy to follow installation instructions. Not suitable for stems. The Trek and Scott adaptors were sold separately. Mountain Bike Moms and Dads designed From Their Mountain Biking Family To Yours. Premium quality standards for safety and comfort were designed and made.
👤Game changing. It can fit on my bike.
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Sturdy and safe. The motorcycle phone holder has a special shape. It keeps your cellphone out of harms way even on a bumpy road. The trailer has 16 inch steel wheels. It is safe and comfortable to transport 2 children up to 100 pounds. A bright, airy cabin is provided by large front and side windows. A padded safety harness holds your child in place while the foot guard tube protects the passenger's feet. The folding design with quick release wheels makes it easy to transport and store. Allen's warranty doesn't cover third-party sellers.
👤Want to work out but not sacrifice time with your family? Get this guy. My scrawny 43 lbs 6 y/o along with his chubby 30 lbs 2 y/o brother were comfortable with being in each other's space. The cover has a bug/debris screen that keeps the air flow cool in the hot days, but Kris can see the harsh sun too. Also has a rain cover. You can put a lot of stuff in the back and unhook it when you want to be alone. Don't get a trailer with cheap metal wheels. The tires are air filled for a more comfortable ride and your kids safety is worth the extra money. It pulls very nicely and smoothly. The instructions were hard to understand and it was difficult to put together, according to other reviews. No. Not for me. I went out this together in my garage on my own while the kids had a moment of calm in their stroller. I wanted to see how far I could get it on my own. The whole thing was done in 10 minutes. It's all right. You can do it.
👤We have three Allen trailers, two of which are double child trailers. The double trailer we were really happy with, but the cloth seat and drink pouches split at the seams after about 4 months of use, so we contacted Allen customer service via their website. The double wagon was replaced after we sent pictures of the damage to customer service. I was impressed with their attentiveness and the replacement of the whole unit.
👤The product has great features. Let's talk about the safty 1st. The silver stripes on the carrier are reflective, there is a strap, a pin, and two fail safes, and the bolt to hook the bicycle is strong. There is a How does it work? The kids in the carrier would be fine if you took a bumpy ride. If there is staped in that. There is a spring near the bike wheel. The large rubber wheels help shock asorber, as well as the spring. It's easy to pull with its light frame. It can be used anytime cold or hot. If it's cold, leave the front window on. The kids love it so much that they don't want to quit, there is storage under the carrier. There is a Hope this helps you! Thank you for reading! There is a J has a big belly.
👤The bike trailer is a good buy. The 5 point harness is terrible. I mean, junk. I'm using this for two kids. If I had a younger child that needed to be restrained, this would have gone back immediately. The photos and description of the product are not accurate. This cheap piece of garbage strap is not shown in this picture.
👤I don't know if you will find a better trailer. We ride with the cover off the top because it's too hot for kids. One review was concerned about puddles and splashing the kids but I have hit several puddles from the sprinklers and never had the kids complain of getting splashed or hit by spray off my back tire. It is easy to attach and break down. I have about 30 miles on it with my daughters and so far it has held up. After our biking season is over, I will try to keep this updated. I like to review the products I use. I didn't receive this item at a discounted price.
There is seating for one child. The trailer can be flattened for easy storage. The push button wheels are for quick removal. Hitch, tow arm and safety flag are included in Ready To Bike. The harness system has five points. A full internal aluminum roll cage is needed for protection. Wheel guards are used to protect against unforeseen obstacles. Passive suspension is provided by the hammock style seat. The seat fabric is water resistant and the cover is water resistant.
👤My grand daughters are going to the park and maybe some trails with this trailer. A well built trailer. Light weight and easy to assemble. I had an issue with her helmet hitting the back mesh and pushing her head forward. I know they offer a cushion, but it didn't have good reviews. I came up with my own solution. I use this with my electric bike. Grandpa likes having an extra motor. The carrier is very light and will catch the wind if you go fast. My bike has disc brakes and the rear disc is close to where the safety strap goes, so it can rub if not positioned carefully. I made a video showing how it looks while riding and how I used to keep her head from hitting the back mesh. I would recommend it.
👤I'm very happy with this purchase. The quality is great, it's easy to set up, and I feel comfortable that my daughter is safe. There is a I was able to get this trailer at a slight discount around the holidays, but it was a little pricey. I was looking at a competitor's product that was much less expensive, but their lack of information made me nervous. The reviews on the Burley were all good, except for the fact that it wasn't cheap. They provided a lot of information about how it was designed and how it would keep your child safe. I paid a little extra for being convinced. We've traveled over 100 miles so far, and it's gone well. My daughter was afraid of it at first, but she now enjoys riding with me, as long as I keep the flap open. She's fully enclosed by the metal frame and the seat belts seem comfortable. I bought the supplemental seat pad, but I can't say how much it helps as she's fallen asleep both with and without it. The hitch allows the bike to lean, which is convenient for stopping, and should prevent the trailer from flipping in the event that I fall over. The trailer is easy to break down and set up, and there are extra failsafes on both ends of the hitch to ensure that the trailer never breaks loose from the bike. I usually keep my sneakers in the back, so I can put them on my biking shoes, and also throw some snacks, toys, and extra clothing in there. There is a Her head gets pushed forward a little by the helmet because of the high price. There is a pouch of loose material on the back panel where her head rests, but the seatbelt straps run up to the top to keep her head in a straight line. I don't think there are any other drawbacks. If you enjoy riding and have kids, I would recommend it.
👤This trailer is beautiful. I decided to spend the extra money on a Burley instead of one of the cheaper brands. I took it for a 10 mile ride and it towed like a dream. I kept looking back to make sure she didn't come unhitched, that's how light it is to tow. For her age, my 3-year-old is tall. She fit in with a lot of room. We loaded up some snacks and a juice cup. My Ponies and a blanket in the cab. There was plenty of room for more items in the rear of the jackets. My daughter passed out on the way home from her first ride. There is a The trailer is sturdy. Assembly was easy and I like the bright yellow cover for visibility and the four reflectors and orange safety flag. If you're serious about riding, the Burley trailer is worth every cent.
It's always a good idea to check with your airline of choice to see if they have the same requirements as you do. The stroller kit turns the trailer into a stroller for walks or jogs. The unique folding frame and quick release wheels make it easy to pack up. The frame is made of steel. The universal coupler is easy to attach to almost any bicycle. The two-in-one canopy has a bug screen and weather shield for protection from the elements. It holds two kids up to 40 pounds each and an additional 12 pounds of convenient storage.
👤The trailer is safe if your bike falls over. If we fall over on it's side, the trailer will not take it with us. It's safe! It was like a little 1 year old and she had plenty of room for toys and her sippy cup. She enjoyed riding with me. Since this is a single seater it doesn't get in the way of other people. Make sure your bike is compatible. I can't stress this enough. Do not assume that it is. There is a * I have only one negative to say about this product. It's important to give it time to air out before putting your dog in it. 2. The flag was broken in the box, not a big deal as they are cheap to purchase. There is a It was worth the money we spent. The trailer was the best for us because we did months of research.
👤I was torn between this and the slightly cheaper InStep trailer, but after seeing so many reviews on poor plastic mag wheels and flat tires, I decided on this one. The set-up was easy. The trailer feels good. I was happy with the combination of aluminum wheels and tire on this trailer. Many people said that if you didn't have horizontal dropouts, this wouldn't work. If you don't crank down your skewer tight, the hitch attachment could move up or down with force, but to install the whole hitch attachment piece you have to completely remove your quick. I don't see how this is unsafe, since it has a nylon strap around your rear chainstay area. There is no way this thing is coming off. The kid loves it. It tracks straight and doesn't feel heavy to tow behind the bike, I have a 6 month old. There is a It will be on the boardwalk on Memorial Day weekend.
👤I browsed, read, and even looked on Craigslist. I bought a Schwin Echo Double Bike trailer. I got the double because the wider trailer is more stable and roomy than the single one. I was worried about being let down, but I was not. I can't say I've ever used a bike trailer before, but this one was perfect for me. My little guy is about 30'ish pounds and 38" tall. I can probably keep him in this trailer for a few years before he outgrew it. There are two more It looks very nice after being put together. There are 3 more It has spoked wheels. The ride was smooth. It's easy to get on/off the bike once setup. I don't want to spend hundreds of dollars on a trailer that I might only use 50 times in my life. I'm very happy with the purchase and would recommend this one. There is a It doesn't have a suspension so it's mostly for on-road use. I was a little nervous when I bought this because there were barely any reviews. I feel obligated to write a review for other people. It's a great trailer and it's cheap. There are no regrets. I don't know why this isn't more popular, but I think it will be. Hopefully they won't raise the price for people who didn't get it yet. There is a The child's head gets pushed a little forward with a helmet on, which seems to be mentioned in the reviews for most bike trailers. If the helmet sticks out in the back, it will cause their head to push forward a bit. It's not terrible, but I ended up getting a helmet that didn't have the big back on it. All is good now. You could put a pillow behind the child's back to make them use their head more.
There is a viable framework. Rover Hauler folds down to a small size for easy storage when not in use. The easy load 2-bike rack can be used for both bikes. Or 2 in. receiver hitch ocking, hitch insert, and locking bicycle hold-down deliver security for your bikes. The bikes have a length of 35 in. and 50 in. It folds up against the vehicle when not in use. The lightweight steel and aluminum design is about 32 LB. 40 LB per bike. Tools are included in the required assembly.
👤This thing is amazing. If you're wondering what you'll be missing due to the difference in price between this and a Kuat NV or Thule T2, then you're in the right place. I'll let you know. 1. The best bike rack is the Kuat. This doesn't look good. It's a bike rack. The locks on the cable are integrated. This does not have those. Each arm has a lock on it that is the same as the hitch lock. There is a It is not a big deal to me. If I am in a high-theft area, I have a cable lock that I can easily deploy. 3. The system which tilts the platform doesn't go far enough. It doesn't go far enough for my car. There is a This thing is as good as the best rack from Kuat. A 3-bike would cost hundreds more. There is a If you have a carbon frame, it is important that you do not use tray racks. If the price tag on the other ones makes you hesitant, just buy this one and you won't regret it.
👤The rack is well designed and has innovative locking features for both rack to hitch and bike to rack. The red straps that go around the front and rear wheels are stiff and long, even for my 29x2.6 wheels/tires. I can't find a way to keep the straps clear of the tray so that you can drop your bike in place. You need a third hand. The material is stiff and large so it's difficult to Tuck them out of the way. The rear lift gate on my Ford Escape cannot be opened by the rack because it does not tilt down enough. I'm happy with this purchase, even though Thule is asking insane prices for a similar rack. Shame on you! There are also Yakima, Saris, etc. The straps can be turned down and underneath, a full 180 degrees, and fed into the buckle from the bottom, which will keep them out of the way when loading the bike onto the rack. I've transported my bike with no issues. It's worth mentioning that no tools are required to attach to the hitch receiver and it folds up when not in use. If the price dropped to one seventy five, it would be a 5 star product.
👤I had a chance to take it out for a spin over the weekend. The tubing is undersized. The bikes bounce around. They drill holes in the tube when it breaks and then top it off. Not a good idea. The first impressions are pro: 1. Looks good. 2. Light weight. 3. Works. 4. The hitch mount is decent. There is a Con: 1. The pivot point is loose. 2. Hold down arms won't lock in the down position. 3. I don't think putting a lock in the hold down arms makes sense. There is a A bike transport hitch is an "OK"
The bike is designed with 26 inch wheels and is comfortable for people of 5'4" to 6'2" in height. It is easy to use and maintain a single speed drivetrain. Both front and rear fender help keep clothing clean in damp weather. Wide upright handlebars provide a stable ride and the cruiser saddle absorbs bumps. Easy step-through access can be achieved with a super low, step-through aluminum frame. The bike has a limited lifetime warranty.
👤I bought this bike after reading a lot of reviews. I ordered the bike from Amazon's Warehouse Deals. I paid a good price. I am a 52 year old woman who does not have a lot of mechanical experience, but it was a beautiful day when the bike arrived. I got my iced tea and sat on my porch to figure it out. My husband and son helped me confirm that I did something right. I was able to put the bike together. I'm glad I did, because now adjustments make more sense to me. I know how the parts work. There is a If you're just hoping for a quick experience, you may want to pay a bike shop. I think the bike was a great value and I rate it 5 stars. It seems to be working. For those who read reviews, here are some notes that might help. There is a I read a lot of reviews that said they were hoping for a more blue bike. The bike is silvery blue, not a darker color like Slate, so it should be called "Ice Blue" or something like that. There is a I ordered from Amazon Warehouse Deals and they said the item would be re-packaged. The box was roughed up from shipping, but when I opened it, the inner box held all the bike parts and was frightening. There are dents in the cardboard. I wonder if shipping is really hard on dents. mine was double boxed I wonder if it was returned because of the condition of the box. The box did not seem to have been opened and sealed. I think this is a shipping issue and perhaps unavoidable when you have parts that are easily bent out of shape. There is a I had to look at the diagram, re-read it and think, but I figured them out. I saw a video on the internet of a guy who was mechanical and putting a bike together for his parents and he had the same issues I had. I used after searching. The grease for the handlebar stem is working great. When I adjusted the handlebars, I had to laugh at the smell of menthol. If you don't have a tube of grease they call for, you can use Vaseline. I told a mechanical friend that this will be fine, we're not dealing with high temperatures or huge amounts of friction. I had to bend them into shape to keep them from rubbing, and I had to make sure they were lined up with the bolts. If it is to you, you're warned. If you can't find the stem for the seat, look inside the frame and see if there's a hole that people think they don't have one. It might take a while to get the brakes adjusted. If this doesn't sound like something you want to mess with, then take it to a bike shop for assembly. I didn't mind the changes. This is not a two wheel bike. If you don't remember this, you may think something is wrong. If you learned to ride a two wheel bike, you lean to keep balance. Leaning on this bike will make you feel off balance. You might even want to lean out of a turn. I felt a bit weird on this trike at first, but I took a deep breath and remembered that this was different. As time goes on, it's much better. The road where I live is graded to allow rain to run off so if I'm on the road, it will feel off balance. I only take the road for a short time, then I ride the rails-to-trails near our home. I can work with it better there, as it is graded slightly more for the rain. If the trail is clear, I just take my spot up the middle and my fellow bikers let me know they are coming with a friendly call or ring of their bell and I move over. It's a good thing. Mount/dismount: I whacked the back of my legs with the back wheels. I need to remember that unlike a 2 wheel bike, I have to watch for them. There is a seat. I'm a middle aged woman with an ample middle aged figure. I don't feel bad about looking for a wider, more comfortable seat since I got a nice price on the bike. I only went about 3 miles at a time until I switched seats. There is a If you want a flawless, seamless experience to get up and running, look elsewhere or get professional help to assemble and fine tune. If you're willing to deal with a few small issues, you can get a great trike.
Tubes of all shapes and sizes are suitable. It can carry up to 100 lbs. In bad weather, water resistant cover protects your gear. The two wheel system has superior tracking and stability. A large carrying capacity with a collapsible inside space divider. There are three large mesh pockets. There are clips to tie down gear. The fold flattens the trailer.
👤I will try to keep this brief. I own three burley trailers, the travoy, the flat bed and the one that is called the burley trailer. And now a nomad. All of my bikes have hitch connections. There are 8 bikes, that is another story. Bike enthusiasts understand. I am into their products by a few hundreds of dollars. I purchased a single wheel trailer and returned it the same day. I took one spin and boxed it up because it was poorly executed. If it is garbage, I am not taking sides. There is a The nomad is easy to get around with. It's easy to set up. Some reviewers have mentioned... There should be improvements to get a 5 star. There is a It needs to be perfect. Larger wheels for clearance should be standard. I bought them. I will not go smaller. 2. The base materials are thin and protected, and the edges weren't long-term use. I got creative at the hardware store. The trick is using foam board and vinyl. 3. There are needs. The foam board is lighter than plywood. 4. I put on a covering on the front and rear bases. They missed the mark and this should be standard. There is a I have provided pics. Hope it helps. It is a great trailer. Sturdy. The ride is smooth. The pockets inside the covered trailer are great. I would give it a 5 if it had a better interior floor, a better material base, and bigger wheels.
👤I love the trailer. It saves me a lot of time carrying things on my bicycle. I want to give this product a 5-star rating, but there are some things that need to be fixed. The base of the cargo hole is the first. There is only one other cross member besides the aluminum frame. If you place anything small or medium weight, it pulls the material down. The canvass-like material will eventually fall apart, and I can already see signs of that. Since the item pulls the canvass down, you have a better chance of hitting it. At least two more cross members are needed by Burley. They should put plastic tabs at the bottom of the corners. The canvass material on the rear corners has worn through to the aluminum frame after less than 2 months. There is a There is an optional cargo rack that goes on top. It isn't a quality built product. The left side is stuck and requires a lot of effort to move. You don't have easy access to placing and removing items from the cargo hold now that it only lifts three inches. Please get these fixed.
Steel low-step tandem frame with lugged fork offer comfort and style. Captain is 70 to 73 inches tall and stoker is 63 to 67 inches tall. Smooth shifting is provided by 7-speed twist shifters. Excellent stopping power is delivered by the alloy caliper brakes. The grips and saddles are comfortable. The 650 x 45c urban tires are fast rolling. Schwinn alloy cranks, pedals, and wheels are lightweight.
👤Many other Amazon buyers said that the Tandem bike was excellent. I have been building and riding bikes for over 40 years, so I know what I'm talking about. I bought this one because my wife no longer felt comfortable straddling our 'Rock & Roll' tandem for more than 20 years. The Schwinn Twinn's components are low-end economy, but they work! If you aren't riding in the Tour de Peking, you can still work. The Chinese company that built this did a very credible job. You can't find it in the Schwinn product line. The quality of the aluminum frame is worth the cost of the entire bike, based on other brand name bikes I have purchased over the years. The frame is strong and light. The welds aren't ground down to an airplane finish, but they are. One needs to pay attention to the details to tune things, or find a competent bike mechanic who can do this level of work in his/her sleep, because assembly and adjustment was 'normal' for a new bike. I was able to tune the bike and make it run like a top. The quality, detail and easy read of the owners manual was what really impressed me. Read it first. There is a great detail and easy to understand that includes tricks of the trade that many bike riders don't know. The book will answer all your questions if you read it. There is a I will eventually upgrade some of the components, like pedals, seats, handle bars, and so on. I like to personalize the ride. If the frame was flawed, I wouldn't do that. We live in a relatively flat terrain so the 21 gears work just fine for us. The wide tires give it a 'cruiser' feel, compared to a commuter bike or a racing bike. You can always get narrower, higher pressure tires, but this is apleasure ride for us so the lower pressure takes the shock out of the road for the stoker without any fancy seat-stay shock aborbers. There is a The tandem weighs 47 pounds out of the box and my wife and I are able to maintain 15 MPH on the flats. The bike is well balanced. Caution: If you want to power through a tight turn, pedal through it. I proved it myself. That point is addressed in the owners manual. Cross-gearing is something that is often missed by casual riders, so it is a good tip to avoid it. There is a I rarely write product reviews but this was an exception. I took the risk to purchase this bike only because of the helpful responses from other Amazon customers to questions I had, and I am very grateful to each of you who provided an answer to my questions. There is a This tandem makes me very happy. I recommend it for reliable casual recreational riding at our age.
👤I bought this bike about a month ago when it was $324. It is still worth it now that it is 385. There is a The build quality for a Chinese Factory Bike is very good. It took less than an hour to put together. A couple of adjustments and tighten up a few things. There is a First and Foremost! The Junk Fork needs to be replaced. It is too soft. The front crank arms will hit the ground when pedaling. You don't need a suspension fork for this bike as I don't advise heavy offroad anyways. I ordered a Nashbar, Chromoly 26" Suspension Corrected Fork. See the picture. It went well. The star nut needs to be cut down and replaced. I bought an expansion top nut. I also buy a Rear Rack. You will be happier if you replace the tires. The stock tires are cruiser style. The hybrid tires I bought roll so much better. There is a The rear rack is a good option for bikes with disc brakes. The bolts that come with the rack are the wrong thread. The rear eyelets are not metric but standard thread. I purchased this bike on Amazon. Spending a little more on a bike will give you a bike that will make you very happy and will be comparable to tandems. Trust me. I bought tires on Amazon. The product is labeled "ohaui" and it is available on the Amazon.com store. There is a product called "oh-aui" that is available on the Amazon.com website. Replacement Star Nut: Rear rack. There is a product called "B07FDCVQS9/" on the Amazon.com website. The Rear Light was bought at the store.
Large storage condominiums. Rover has a deep rear pocket for everything you need for a day outside. Your items are protected from anything that your ride throws at them. The Schwinn Day Tripper Cargo Trailer is a must have for your ride. The two-wheel design limits the amount of Torque placed on the bicycle for unimpeded performance, while the wide frame provides large towing and storage capacity. A unique folding-frame design and quick-release wheels pack up neatly for compact storage and transport. It is easy to install the universal coupler on almost any bicycle. 16-inch air-filled tires with molded rims provide a ride that's always smooth, while interior D-rings allow you to strap down your cargo, providing extra security and improved performance. The bike trailer is ready to be assembled, has a limited number of wheels, and can hold up to 50 lbs of cargo.
👤The Schwinn DayTripper is the shopping trailer I have been looking for. The weight/price ratio is simply too high, and I have looked long and far. There is a The delivery was swift. I got it assembled and figured it out in a few minutes without looking at the manual. It is pretty much self explanatory. There is a It is a lovely trailer. The folding frame snaps into place and the brace arms lock into their ports. The cover with rubber band borders and plastic buckles will keep things dry during a minor rain and the road's dust and dirt off your cargo, but it won't survive a veritabe downpour since the cover leaves holes on the road. The hitch is sturdy and stable even for heavier loads. It seems like this thing can carry more weight than I can pull. The heaviest I have loaded up is a metal filing cabinet. I kid you not. It can be tucked away in a small apartment and folds quickly into a flat. It will be even flatter in half a minute when the wheels are off. The wheels are the only downside. They came with a few issues. One of the tires came mounted the wrong way. I decided to be anal and change it. The rim rubber that was supposed to protect the inner tube from the spoke nuts was shifted and not big enough. A quick fix with some good tape. I would have run into a puncture if I had changed the tire. I checked the other tire and found the same problem. There is a The rims were bent so much that it made for a wobbly ride. They were not just a slight warp. I had to use a pry bar and a tool to get the rims straight. It is an amazingly stable trailer, even with a little load in it. Sticks to the road, doesn't give, doesn't pull. The lock pins for the wheel mounts are tethered to the frame so you can't lose them, however the one for the hitch is not, so I fashioned a tether out of a piece of string. The orange safety flag came off on the first ride. I secured it with a cable tie and replaced it with something fun. There is a I really like this trailer and use it the best I can. The wheels are the reason why we are getting this good quality. If Schwinn is listening, he should do something about the wheels.
There is a three-PIECE PALM CONSTRUCTION. Their unique 3-piece palm construction makes it easier to fit their gloves to reduce bunching, and it also allows your hands to move naturally for enhanced control that doesn't compromise bar feel. Giro gloves increase grip and provide a superior level of protection for the entire hand by mimicking a hands features. The folding frame with 20-inch wheels fit riders 56 to 74 inches tall. Smooth gear changes are provided by the 7-speed twist shifter. The front and rear linear pull brakes are secure. The bag for easy storage is included in the rear carrier. The smooth rolling street tires are perfect for commute.
👤I just finished my commute on a Schwinn folding bike, and I can say it was not bad. I decided to invest in a foldable bicycle for when I travel or if I ever make a quick trip downtown because I commute on a Retrospec Beaumont 7 speed. There are two parts to my review; my thoughts on the Schwinn loop and how it stacks up as a daily commuter. I have ridden a fair amount, work on my own bikes, and commute a fair amount, but I am not a bike expert. I used to commute on a big box mountain bike, but have recently upgraded to 200-400 dollar bicycles, which I would recommend to anyone putting more than 200-300 miles on their bike a year, or want a bike that lasts a long time. The old adage in biking is "pick two". This is a good rule of thumb. The bike is 33 pounds heavier than other folding bikes, but it is one of the cheapest in the world. The bike is fun to ride, but at this price point companies tend to have to take a few precautions. The tires seem to be of a cheaper compound, which is fine in good weather, but not as good in rain. I wish they had put on a softer compound tire that would grip better. I think they could have made a better choice on the tires. I did 10 miles in the morning and 10 in the afternoon, and the seat wasn't my favorite, but you definitely ride a 10 mile each way commute with no problems. Finding a seat to make everyone happy is hard because people have their own preferences. Schwinn went with a bike seat that was softer on the softer side. Soft seats are good for a mile or two, but can hurt your rear more quickly than a firm seat. I think this seat is for people who commute 3-7 miles. If I rode this every day, I would think about changing it out for a harder seat post. I just rode 20 miles, and would have no problem doubling that distance with no issues. The welded on rear rack of the bike makes it easier to carry your stuff, and you don't have to worry about the weight snapping or bending your rear rack. The setup of the bikes was very good. I was impressed that the components were in perfect working order and didn't need to be adjusted out of the box. If you are not familiar with brake adjustments or derailleurs, you should have a bike mechanic look over your bike. I had my bike ready to ride in 30 minutes. A quick lube. I was ready to go. The bike is a good looking bicycle for the money and could be reliable if taken care of properly. The rim brakes are easy to maintain, but you can get a better stopping power by using a brand like koolstops. There is a How does this foldable bike compare to other bikes? I prefer a full size bike over the foldable. You feel the bumps more on the 20 in tires. You won't find yourself wishing you had a lower gear most of the time because of the hearing on this. You won't be flying by anyone either. If you're climbing on a bike path or downhill, you might wish you had a higher gear or two. Most people will go with the factory setup if you change it out. Who is going to spend money on a Schwinn bike that is perfectly fine to ride? I didn't notice much difference on my commute, but there is a little bit of flex. The main issues between this and a regular hybrid are speed, but I don't think the average person will care that this bike is slower than a regular hybrid. The bike is fun to ride, but I will stick with my 700. I could see this being a great bike for someone who works in downtown or somewhere where leaving their bike locked outside is not an option, or for someone with limited space for a bike in their house or apartment. For me, it serves its purpose well for a short commute if I want a quick change up from my 700, to lend out to friends if they want to bike the greenway bike trails. If you don't see an update, you can assume the bikes have been going well since the date of this publication. I still prefer my Retrospec, but I think this could be a really fun commuter bike for someone, and it is a pretty good bike. Update 3/24/ 2020. I put a couple hundred miles on this, checked it on a flight, and think I can give better input. I found a seat on Amazon for ten bucks, and I changed it to one from Retrospec. I was able to bring a folding bike to the office because the clinic wouldn't let me bring a full size bike inside. I have a month to commute on this. The only changes I have made is to add a Retrospec seat and attach a plastic crate with zip ties and a towel to keep it from scratching the paint. If the stock saddle doesn't work for you, you can switch it out. I would recommend looking for a harder seat, as soft seats are more uncomfortable than hard seats on long journeys. The best way to commute is to use a semi-hard seat. I bought a plastic crate from Walmart for 7 bucks and put a black towel underneath to keep it from scratching the paint. I have five bungee cords in the middle and two zip ties that keep it from sliding back. This bike has a very rugged steel frame and is a good choice for a grocery store bicycle because it has low gear and is easy to pull a trailer with. The smaller tires are more resistant to abuse. The rear triangle is small for most of the panniers, so I tried to put them on. I was surprised by the Schwinn loop after a couple hundred miles. If you change out the seat, you will have a pretty rugged commuter than can fit in under a minute for the office. Don't fly if you don't have a hard shell suitcase. I tried to check it with the case it came with. I arrived at my location with a bent derailleur. If you want to fly with this, you can either buy a hardshell suitcase that will fit its dimensions or bring it as carry on. The case it comes with is useless for anything other than storage. I think it's still good, but I would recommend this bike to anyone looking for a reliable and economical foldable bicycle. There is an update 9/3/2020. I am changing my review to 5 stars because I have 500-600 miles on this. This is my errand bike. I load this bike up with extra weight on the back and it does a great job. Is it the best folding bike? You can't beat it at its price point. I think it does better than any other bicycle for the same price. It is a conversation starter. People ask me about it, or give me praise. People think it might be an electric bicycle. It is really enjoyable to ride. The short frame and 20 inch tires make it responsive. You are going to have to fight off the smiles. I will have to service the hub and crank soon. The bike has taken a couple spills after the front brake noodle broke. I don't fault the company for that. The commuter and folding bike is on sale for $250. You will not find a better folding bicycle at this price point. I was worried that the cheap bikes would break quickly, but this bike has held up well. If you are looking for a do everything bike to get you around, I would not hesitate to pull the Trigger. Be prepared to swap the seat out and re-grease and service the hubs sooner than a folding bicycle. The stopping power on the brakes is perfect for me, at 180 pounds. When the stock pads run out. I will replace them with kool stop pads. I swapped to a bending brake noodle and it solved the problem of the brake noodles hitting the frame. You are getting a great bicycle, enjoy it.
A lightweight steel construction trailer with durable quick release wheels. It is safe and comfortable to transport 2 children up to 100 LB max. A bright, airy cabin is provided by large front and side windows. A padded safety harness holds your child in place while the footguard tube protects the passenger's feet. The folding design with quick release wheels makes it easy to transport and store.
👤Two kids is not easy. I assumed I could fit a 40 pound boy in the 100lb limit. Not even close and had to return. The set up was easy and the quality was good for the price. The size was a big dealbreaker for me. If you use it for a toy breed dog or infant, it should be fine. I got a co pilot tandem riding trailer for my boy to ride on because he can pedal and hold onto the handlebars like a normal bike, and I think it promotes more of a learning environment for his own bike riding basics. If you are only towing one kid, look into that.
👤Easy build, easily attached to the bicycle, and should harnesses. The leg room is not large enough for little feet, the straps are for small toddlers, and the ride is not comfortable for kids. The seat is right against the bag of snacks in the back, so your kids will complain about being poked in the back by the bag of snacks during their chariot ride to the park. In this instance, value for the price is not there, but it is inexpensive. The fabric is thin and the hood cover is too tight for the pre-aligned patches. Would I buy it again? Simply put, no. Is it ok with this trailer while we decide which one to buy next? Yes.
👤The bike trailer was supposed to hold 2 kids and 100 lbs. My grandson is almost 4 years old and he is about 45 lbs. He would have had to sit with his legs crossed as the trailer had no room for a second kid his size or smaller. It was a disappointment. I'm afraid to order another trailer due to the size issue, but I will be returning the trailer.
👤What does thickness mean? Assembly was very easy. This thing is powered on. After hooking it up to the bike, I took it for a ride. It seems sturdy. My daughter loves being inside. It was very easy to hook the bike up. I can't imagine having two kids strapped into this at the same time without them being on top of each other. As soon as I have both of them in the post, I will make a new one.
👤This product is great. Good quality for the price. It is very strong for my two little girls, total 80 pounds. Very happy.
👤It was a good price and I think one of the trailers could hold more weight. There is a The tires are starting to bow out as my husband tows the kids and I follow him. They look crooked and might fall off soon. I forget to check it before we go on a ride. My bad. Looks like those tires are going to break off. Then I laugh. It wouldn't be funny if it happened. Maybe after this review, I'll take a look. So far, so good.
👤This is a really nice trailer. I like the trailer that I have, but I am surprised how much I like it. The Allen Sports trailer is very light and folds very flat. It looks like a toy, but it has been stable on our rides so far. The trailer looks small with my daughter in it. The hitch is easier to use than the burley and I have no complaints about it. The diaper bag and jackets are easily accessible from the area behind the seat. The amount of trunk space is not shown in the pictures or in the details. I bought a trailer so that the burley doesn't get wrecked by the salted roads in winter. I have been pleasantly surprised by the performance of the Allen Sports trailer, but I will be moving back to the Burley when the roads are clean. I was surprised by how narrow the tires are, but it hasn't been a problem other than my daughter letting me know that she can feel the bumps more. If this were my primary trailer, I would get larger tires, but for occasional rides at a casual pace, this has been fun to take out.
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