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CoPilot Model A Double Bike Trailer

by CoPilot
28 customer reviews
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About the Product

  • Bike trailer for up to two children (up to total of 100 pounds)
  • Thick, plush padding, fully adjustable five-point harness and plenty of elbow and leg room
  • Converts to stroller in seconds; disassembles quickly
  • Separate access storage trunk for groceries, extra clothes
  • One-year warranty
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Product Description

Product Description

The 2006 CoPilot trailer is loaded with features that add comfort and versatility to any adventure. CoPilot trailers have thick, plush padding, fully adjustable harnesses and plenty of elbow and leg room so your precious passengers will enjoy the ride. The 2006 CoPilot Model A features a redesigned mounting system and lighter stronger spoked wheels. Cycle or jogging, one kid or two. Doesn't matter, the Model A has you covered.

The easy-rolling Copilot Model A Bike Trailer enables you to comfortably tow two children as you bike along city streets. It features a redesigned mounting system that's easy to connect to your bike and lighter, stronger spoked wheels with thorn-resistant tubes. The interior includes thick, plush padding, fully adjustable five-point harness and plenty of elbow and leg room for up to two kids (for a total of 100 pounds). When you're finished with your biking excursion, the Model A quickly converts to a stroller in just a few seconds, and it disassembles quickly when you reach home. Other features includes brightly colored fabrics that will be highly visible on the road and a storage trunk for extra clothes or groceries.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 32.1 x 27 x 9 inches ; 38.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 38.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B000G1YO1O
  • Item model number: 110 006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

43 of 46 people found the following review helpful By April G. on January 18, 2007
I have gotten so many complements on how cute this "buggy" is. The bike trailer is perfect for my kids (4 and 2) to ride in and they love it as well. Although they have to sit relatively close together it doesn't seem to bother them once we start riding. I did ALOT of research on ALOT of different trailers and I decided on this one because it looked more sturdy, has 20 in. wheels (for more ground clearance and smoother ride), has somewhat padded seats, and the seat is more substantial than some of the others in the same price range looked. It is also very easy switch it to a different bike because of the vice- like connector (verses the pin connector where there is a piece that has to remain attached to the bike even after the trailer has been removed). For the price I paid ($99.00- on sale, 50% off) I am very satisfied with what I got. I saw very little difference between this one and the ones that were very expensive.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Jace E. Mouse on April 20, 2010
Very happy with this unit. It has some compromises, but they seem very reasonable to me, given the price. I bought it here locally in Lincoln Square / Chicago for a less than Amazon, who was on backorder.

- Great value. Well-made trailer at half the price of bigger brands.
- Not too heavy, and rolls very smoothly.
- Nicely balanced. In stroller mode, kids can climb in without tipping, though I wouldn't push my luck.
- Tip resistant. Bike can topple without taking the trailer with it, though just barely. Kickstand probably needed.
- Adequate rear storage compartment. Enough to hold three standard grocery bags.
- Fits through a standard storefront door, though just barely.
- Easy-release cotter pins make it fairly easy to collapse.
- Stroller wheel is small, so it can easily tuck in the back for trips where strollering is needed.
- Convenient storage pouches for kids, though they are smaller than I'd like.
- Sufficient clearance for 3-year old's bike helmet, without forcing them to look downward.
- Frame heavy enough to protect in a roll-over.
- Comes with reflectors and a basic flag.
- Flexible shaft at bike clamp makes attaching fairly easy.

- Cheapish harnesses. The straps are just webbing with no padding, and the buckles are the cheap hook type.
- Limited padding in the seat, though there is a little.
- Floorboard is just a thin board sewn into the fabric. Feels like it's going to rip through one of these days.
- Bike clamp not so great. It works well enough, but makes me worry that it might somehow slip off. I would have preferred a typical dock/hook variety. Safety strap makes matters worse; it would likely cause the cart to jam the rear wheel.
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33 of 39 people found the following review helpful By A. Stenhouse on March 4, 2009
Trailer is just fine. The clamp stinks because it keeps coming loose (trust me, I've put as much torque on it as my fingers can stand). Also, the clamp placement on the chainstay is too far forward. It contacts my heel and my wife's heel on her bike. The only remedy is to ride with the arch of the foot on the pedal, which is wrong.

I'm converting it to a hub mounted attachment, using a Burley skewer mounted bracket and altering the attachment method. Then, it will be out my way!

The kids love riding in it, it's light enough and has large wheels for the bumps. I do like the options for covering the babes with the front mesh, or plastic cover.

It's just the clamp that sucks!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Arthur on December 2, 2013
Most of the reviews here complain about the clamp that is used to attach to the bike frame. They've redesigned this. Now there is a quick release piece which attaches to frame at the hub. You can then attach/de-attach the trailer to this piece quickly via a locking pin. The only thing to be aware of is that your rear hub should be able to accomodiate a piece that will point straight back. It is tough to describe this in words, so I added a photo to the product gallery. You can get around this with shims, but you will need a skewer that is about 2cm longer. My bike has this issue, but the design of my wife's bike allows for easy installation of the quick relase piece without any problem.

Back to the product itself: I found it easy to assemble and secure. It would be rather easy to dissamble for transportation in my car if needed. There is a double front canopy, so their can either be a mesh on hot days or solid clear plastic if it is colder. There is a flag to mount on the trailer which is good for safety, but the attachment is a little lacking. I had to secure it better with a twist tie. There are several rear reflectors, although I added my own flashing light for added safety.

My kids (2 & 4) love it. They are right next to each other, but I don't hear any complaints. The added weight and wind resistance requires more effort. For the same effort level, I am about 3 mph slower with the trailer and kids on my road bike. It actually makes for a good workout, though.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Mommy on April 11, 2010
I thought I would save some money by purchasing this CoPilot Model A vs Burley Honey Bee, but boy was I wrong. I took my daughter for one hour long ride to come home and find the very thin plastic covering on the metal clamp tore and scratched the frame of my Trek Bike!!! The clamp is poorly designed in many ways: the thin plastic that covers metal can either wear down quickly or ride up exposing the clamp for a metal on metal (or Al in my case). In this case you get what you par for.... BUT there are a few good features that I liked better than the Burley Honey Bee.

Pros of CoPilot Model A;
-Metal rims and rubber tires vs Burley Honey Bees' plastic rims and tires (both have 20" tires, most trailers do so I'm not sure what that other reviewer is talking about).
-snack pockets on both sides of trailer perfect for two children vs Honey Bees' one.
-velcro encloses the trailer front, back, and side to side. The Honey Bee has tabs you pull down and dirt, leaves can fly up in trailer.

I ended up returning this trailer, spending the extra $$, and getting the Burley Honey Bee. I couldn't deal with twisting and twisting that clamp and crossing my fingers that it wouldn't ruin my frame even more. I'm a stay at home mom and the Honey Bee is a lot lighter and easier to take down and put back together ( CoPilot has about nine pins to place vs Burleys' one pin and two snaps).
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