Trail-Gator Children’s Black Trailer Tow Bar
The Trailgator Bicycle Tow Bar provides a fun and interesting way to tow your rookie rider. This durable steel bar attaches to the back of your adult sized bicycle and to the front of your childs bicycle, so you can tow them right along. When attached, the Trailgator lifts your childs front tire off the ground and locks their handlebars in place to prevent them from turning. You child can choose whether or not to pedal. The Trailgator fits almost any 12in to 20in commercial childs bicycle. No tools are required for attachment! Simply attach the quick release mechanism and go! Tow your child the fun and more affordable way with the Trailgator Bicycle Tow Bar!
- Tow Bar converts an ordinary child’s bike into a safe, towable bike trailer; child’s handlebars can be stabilized
- Once bar is installed, child’s bike can be attached or disconnected anytime without tools
- For children with a maximum weight of 70.5 pounds, adult must weigh at least twice that of the child rider
- Fits 12- to 20-inch tire size children’s bikes
- Accessories are available!
Stop Following Me!!! We have logged about 70 miles with this setup. It has been awesome. My 3 year old son has been able to stick with us adults for miles. When we had him in one of those baby seats that attach to the back of my seat, he would get bored after about 20 minutes. If he were riding his bike solo, we would be moving at the speed of smell. With the trail gator,we can cover a lot of ground, he is able to pedal and hold the handle bars. He feels like he is riding bikes with us. It’s great! No quality…
and enjoyed it for one ride I bought this last year, but my child was not ready to use it until this year, so unfortunately this piece-of-horse-puckey is outside of the return window. We really wanted to make this work, and enjoyed it for one ride, during which apparently the nuts that attach the mounting point to the child’s bicycle received some wear. After that, the mounting point could never be securely attached to the child’s bike ever again, and the result is that my four-year-old lists dangerously to the side…