WeeRide Co-Pilot Bike Trailer
The WeeRide Co-Pilot is just the thing for a child who wants to tag along with Mommy or Daddy, but doesn’t have the legs for it. Your child can pedal to help you along, or just coast and enjoy the scenery. Either way it’s fun for BOTH of you. Sturdy construction – just like a regular 20 -inch bicycle with regular handlebars, seat, and pedals. Attaches easily and quickly to almost any bicycle with a seatpost, and folds up for storage when not in use. And it even comes with a safety flag to alert motorists. The Co-Pilot is great for the whole family, nothing says togetherness like a family bike ride. Customer contact information at 1-800-451-KENT (5368) or www.kentbicycles.com.Train a child how to ride a bike without dealing with training wheels with the WeeRide Co-Pilot bike trailer. The Co-Pilot–which attaches quickly and easily to almost any bicycle with a seat post–is just like a regular bike, with handlebars, a seat, and pedals for your youngster.
The Co-Pilot’s quick-release system detaches easily from your bike. However, you have control of the actual ride, including speed, balancing, braking, and steering, while your child tags along. It’s a great way to teach basic biking skills and safety without giving up control before he or she is ready. Your son or daughter and pedal to help you along or just coast and enjoy the scenery.
The Co-Pilot is equipped with a true quick-release system for quick detachment from the adult bike, along with adjustable handlebars that accommodate children of different heights. In addition, the seat is more comfortable and better built than typical bike trailer seats, so your child will want to keep riding throughout the day. And once you arrive at your destination, the arms fold up easily for compact storage. Other features include an attractive black and silver color scheme, a safety flag and handlebar pad, and a 20-inch wheel size. The Co-Pilot–which holds up to 75 pounds–weighs 24 pounds by itself and is recommended for ages 4 to 9.
- Sturdy bike trailer for teaching your child how to ride a bike
- Attaches quickly and easily to almost any bike with a seat post
- Acts just like a regular bike, with handlebars, seat, and pedals
- Quick-release detachment system; safety flag and handlebar pad
- Holds up to 75 pounds; weighs 24 pounds; recommended for ages 4 to 9
Can’t See Why Anyone Would Spend More–but note addendum This was the most economical one I found, and it had the added bonus of folding in half. So it fits on a car bike rack. I’m a single mom who had to assemble this myself and was able to knock it out with the “help” of my eager 4 year old daughter–despite the teeny tiny illustrations in the instruction manual.The best part is I’m now able to get back to doing some “distance” rides. My daughter and I spent over 2 hours riding and exploring wooded park trails Saturday. Best day…
Embarrassed, but I learned a lesson! Consult a Pro! As other reviewers have stated, I had the exact same problem with the trailer leaning when not going directly straight, and forget about turning. My child fell off of the trailer too. Sadly, I initially thought it was my child not trying hard enough to balance. Almost like a drunk trying to stay on a horse.I decided to let my wife switch bikes so that I could observe the kinetics from the back as it happened. The poor kid was trying her best but the problem I was able to observe was…