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InStep Quick N EZ Bicycle Trailer (Orange/Gray)

by InStep
249 customer reviews

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  • InStep Quick N EZ Bicycle Trailer seats two children up to 100 pounds
  • With 16-inch mag wheels with a quick-release design for easy storage
  • Universal coupler attaches quickly and easily to bikes and quickly converts to a jogging stroller without using tools
  • Sturdy steel frame design folds easily for compact storage
  • Weather shield provides extra protection in cold or wet weather

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InStep QUICK N' EZ Bike Trailer / Stroller Combination The QUICK N' EZ Bike Trailer is one of InStep's best sellers. Its rugged steel frame and capability of converting to a push stroller make it a family pleasure to own and use. QUICK N' EZ Bike Trailer Features: 16 high-strength plastic mag wheels with quick release design for easy storage Quickly converts to a stroller without using tools Extra-wide steel frame design provides more space for each child Universal coupler attaches quickly and easily to bikes Weather shield provides extra protection in poor weather Recommended age of at least 1 year old Seats two children up to 50 lbs each, safely secured with dual harness system Product Specs: Max Weight Limit: 100lbs Products color options: Orange/Grey or Yellow/Gray (see below) Carton Dimensions: 31.5 x 26.5 x5.5 Folded Dimensions: 31.5 x 30 x 16 Assembled Dimensions: 31.5 x 30 x 31.5 Assembled Weight: 29.7 lbs 1 Year Limited Warranty Other Bike Trailers from InStep - See Related Items List in left column above

The InStep Quick N EZ Bicycle Trailer is a perfect choice if you want an affordable and comfortable bike trailer that easily converts into a stroller without tools. Sturdy, light, and safe, the Quick N EZ Trailer has a steel frame that folds easily for storage. The 16-inch mag wheels provide a smooth ride, are rustproof, and have a quick-release design for additional storage ease and transport convenience. This inexpensive and highly functional bike trailer-jogging stroller combo is equipped with everything you need to securely transport your children, including a zip-up weather canopy to protect riders from the elements, a rear storage area, and two five-point harnesses. The frame unfolds quickly, and the universal coupler hitch attaches effortlessly to essentially any bike.


  • Seats two
  • 16-inch mag wheels
  • Quick-release wheels
  • Universal coupler attaches to bike
  • Converts to stroller
  • Steel frame
  • Weather shield
  • Max weight limit: 100 pounds
  • Folded dimensions: 31.5 x 30 x 16 inches
  • Assembled dimensions: 55 x 32 x 33 inches
  • Assembled weight: 28 pounds

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 32.5 x 5.5 x 27.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 29.2 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B001GAPU5S
  • Item model number: 12-QE211
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (249 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #395,246 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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657 of 658 people found the following review helpful By Giovanni D.Puglisi on March 25, 2005
Color: Blue/Gray
March 25th, 2005

I am an avid cyclist who needed to maximize my time in the saddle by including my son on my rides. I searched all the brands from Wike on down to the Schwinn's and Insteps. I am a big believer in the right equipment for the job.

This trailer, although it may not last forever, should last a long time and is well worth the money spent; $[...]at Target. Especially compared to trailers at $[...]and up. Bottom line is how much do you bike, and how frequently will you use the trailer?

I used it for the second half of last season (2004) and it still looks new and has little wear. I put approximately 1000 miles on it so far. On days where my son is not with me I load it up with approx. 65lbs of weight (50lb bag of charcoal and a case of Poland Spring water)and use it as a trainer. This weight approximates two small children and it holds up just fine.

Fun Factor;
My son loves going out on rides with me. It has a small pouch/cup holder sewn on each side of the interior, great for a sippy cup and a bag of snacks. It also has a trunk of sorts in the back. A flap that has snaps all around the perimeter of the rear, big enough to put an extra change of clothes and picnic things, or sand toys if you are visiting a playground on your journey.

It comes with a basic small reflector on the bottom left of the rear. My opinion is this is not visible enough, get yourself a blinking reflector type light, approx. $10-15 in any bike shop. Mounting it may be a bit tricky, I cut the fabric at the bottom and clamped it on to the frame. It also comes with that neon orange flag, which can be spotted a mile away. And the base colors of blue and yellow stand out pretty good too.
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127 of 130 people found the following review helpful By Georgia Mom VINE VOICE on April 9, 2007
Color: Gold/Gray/Black Verified Purchase
We got this to use as both a bike carrier and a double stroller. Putting it together was SUPER EASY since it comes mostly assembled. It is bit tight for 2 kids though, a 4 year old and 2 year old. Because the seat is not firm they tend to slide together and then fight because they are pushed up against each other. It attaches easily to a bike but be warned there is alot of drag almost like pulling a parachute. I am guessing every carrier would have this issue though. As a stoller it is very easy to manuever and push. There is some storage behind the seat and that adds to its convenience.
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157 of 163 people found the following review helpful By B. Harris on May 3, 2007
Color: Gold/Gray/Black
I was considering a nicer trailer, but in the end, I decided to go the cheaper route and give this one a shot, figuring if we got enough use out of it, I could sell it and upgrade. Well, I think we're going to get some use out of it, but I dont know if it will last long enough to resell.

The first trailer I bought had some issues, one of the wheels didn't turn well, and the very first time I went to fold it up after about a week's use, a screw holding the crossbar along the top of the canopy pulled out of it's plastic holder and broke, I had to return the trailer. The second on I got has held up ok so far, but I'm being very cautious when I fold it. That appears to be quite a weak point in the design.

The straps that hold the child in are somewhat adjustable, but they cut into my son's neck a bit. My biggest complaint is that you can't adjust the length of the bottom of the harness. The seat is ok, but not nearly as comfortable as my son would like. It's decent, but on a long trip I think he would get a little antsy.

The wheels on this trailer are pretty small and that translates into a pretty bumpy ride. The seat and the floor are both made of the canvas material, which causes some sagging and I don't think it's going to wear very well.

The trailer weighs almost 30 pounds, on a flat surface it isn't a problem pulling it, but going up hill, it's not the easiest thing.

Overall this is a decent trailer, for the money, it's not bad at all, just be prepared to deal with no frills design or materials and a rougher ride compared to the trailers with bigger wheels and more comfortable seats.
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76 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Eibhlin on March 14, 2005
Color: Blue/Gray
We live in an area where we can bike to pretty much everyting, and we were a little concerned about using a traditional child "seat" on our bikes. This trailer has turned out to be a fantastic addition, well worth the money. We have had our son in it since he was 7 1/2 months old (he is now 18 mos) and we have used it to bike to breakfast, to the store, etc. There is plenty of storage room in the back,and the shield is great for misty/windy days. I wouldn't recommend using it with infants unable to hold themselves up well, as the harness is not that strong, but once they can sit up without support the trailer is great! We have no worries about our son toppling out in case we were to fall (which has happened, and the trailer stays upright), either. Enjoy it!
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105 of 109 people found the following review helpful By Jen VINE VOICE on February 19, 2008
Color: Gold/Gray/Black
To be honest, I really wanted a Burley trailer for my kids and I do even more now after having dealt with the Quick N EZ trailer for a year. Our first trailer we got for $25 at a garage sale. It was also InStep but I don't see that they make this style any longer. It had a hard plastic base as opposed to the canvas most (if not all) trailers are made of these days. My son would slip and slide all over. After just a few minutes of biking with no suspension and no seats, he'd be slumped down with the straps around his neck.

Needless to say, I wasn't going to make him endure that any longer! So we picked up the Quick and EZ for $80. We were pleased with how easy it was to set up and how quickly it folded down, though it still wasn't small enough to fit in the trunk of our Grand Prix. We now have a Sienna so it's no longer an issue, but my son's comfort was immediately a factor from the first time he was put in it. The hammock-style seat is straight up in the back, so when he falls asleep he just slumps over and looks very uncomfortable.

Not only that, but the airflow inside the trailer is a HUGE concern for me. After 10 minutes of biking in 80ish degree weather, he is beet red and soaked in sweat. Now, he is not in direct sunlight so that's not what's heating him up. It's that because the hammock seat is canvas and because the seat effectively goes from "wall to wall" inside the trailer, there is nowhere for the air to go, even though there is a vent in the back of the trailer. We started putting him in shorts and nothing else to try to keep him comfortable but he still gets extremely hot. How can I enjoy my ride when I know he is miserable?

And you can forget about putting two kids in this thing unless they're very easy-going and don't mind being squished together.
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