Enjoy fun and safe family bike rides any time with this WEE RIDE Pro Pilot back seat driver. The solid yet lightweight aluminum frame can be easily attached to most 26-inch mountain bikes and 27-inch/700C bikes. The passenger can either kick back and coast or pedal independently to contribute to the trip.
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20-inch rear wheel
Passenger can coast or pedal independently (no brake)
Lightweight aluminum frame fits most 26-inch mountain bike and 27-inch/700C bicycles
Comments about WEE-RIDE WEE RIDE Pro Pilot Aluminum Back Seat Driver:
We bought an "In-Step" trailer bike for my oldest son (now 8) when he was 5. The hinge components between the trailer and my bike were so loose that the bike was always at an angle and tilted back and forth so much that he was terrified to ride it most of the time, but kudos to him that he still did. My youngest son (now 5) would not get on it. So we sold it for $20. The couple of times we've been biking I would pull my youngest son in a trailer. Well, he's old enough now to ride his own bike (albiet slowly) and I figure he's too big for the trailer really, and he gets no exercise. So I took a chance on this one and I've been very pleased, as has he. The hinge mechanism is solid, but still allows for easy turning. I assembled the bike and had it attached to mine in about 15 minutes. A little air in the tire and off we went. He loved it! My oldest son is now jealous that he doesn't get to ride it and has to peddle his own bike. After an 8 mile ride, my youngest son wanted to keep going! I haven't compared to other trailer bikes except online, and this one was by far the least expensive for the quality, but I don't know how it compares in weight. It's a bit lighter than the In Step one was. I'm guessing between 25 and 30 pounds. That's OK with me because the trailer weighs about the same, but with the trailer bike my son at least helps peddling some! I would definitely recommend this trailer bike for other casual, weekend bikers who want to take a younger child for a longer ride.
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Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend