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InStep Sync Single Bicycle Trailer, Green/Gray

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  • Versatile, durable, single-passenger bike trailer
  • Outstanding value for family-minded recreational cyclists
  • Simple design folds down for easy storage and transportation
  • Two-in-one canopy has bug screen and weather shield
  • Coupler attaches to almost any bicycle
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The entire trailer packs down to a remarkably compact size, allowing for easy transport.
Take your kids along on the next bike ride while keeping them safe, dry, and comfortable in the InStep Sync trailer. An outstanding value for family-minded recreational cyclists, it boasts a simple design that folds down for easy storage and transportation and a versatile coupler attaches to almost any bicycle. 16-inch pneumatic tires with molded rims provide performance and style in spades, and the two-in-one canopy has a bug screen and weather shield to keep your precious cargo protected.

Product Description

InStep Sync Single Bike Trailer


Your child sure is going places - clapping, talking, maybe even walking and climbing. So what's the next step? Rolling, of course! And with the Sync Bike Trailer, he can do just that. The trailer attaches to most bikes with a universal coupler so that you can bike while baby relaxes out back. It features an extra-wide steel frame design and quick-release tires for easy storage. Plus, baby can ride in style with a 2-in-1 canopy complete with bug screen and weather shield.Why You'll Love It:

Features:

    • Versatile, durable, single-passenger bike trailer
    • Outstanding value for family-minded recreational cyclists
    • Simple design folds down for easy storage and transportation
    • Two-in-one canopy has bug screen and weather shield
    • Coupler attaches to almost any bicycle


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 32.5 x 20.8 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 25 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • ASIN: B002QAZ8WC
  • Item model number: 12-QE104
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (465 customer reviews)
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My son is 1 years old and he loves it!!!!
J. Sheridan
My older son LOVES bike rides so this was perfect, because now I could go and both kids could enjoy the fun.
JennyC
It is very light weight and I hardly notice that I'm pulling it behind my bike.
Alisha

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

299 of 313 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 9, 2010
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We bought this for our 13 month old daughter. Several years ago we purchased a bike child seat that attached to the rear of the bike. That was a disaster. Too heavy, akward, and very uncomfortable for the child. So we looked at trailers instead for our youngest. Most of the trailers have two seats, but from what I read and saw in stores, the seats are extremely small and it's not realistic to fit two kids in the trailer together. Plus we only have one kid who isn't riding their own bike. I didn't want to haul around the extra room and weight if the space wasn't needed.

Setup was fairly easy. The instructions to install the hitch to the bicycle are good, and I had it attached within about 15 minutes of setting up the trailer itself. I also bought a second coupling so my wife and I can quickly switch the trailer between bikes.

There is plenty of room for a single child, and strapping my daughter in there was easy. The seat bottom has tension adjusters to keep the trailer bottom from sagging, although there's no way the floor would ever drag. The real beauty of this is once you get your child strapped in and attached to the bike. Unlike the child seat, I had no idea the trailer was behind me. The weight is hardly noticable. The ride is smooth, there is no jerking, it corners naturally, and my daughter sits in the trailer with a huge smile on her face. Some of the bike rides have been lengthy for a one year old - up to an hour, and so far she's never started fussing while being towed around. There is also a small amount of cargo space behind the seat. Enough for a diaper bag or some water bottles.

Overall we're very happy we found this unit. The price and weight were less than the double units, and so far no problems with performance.
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174 of 208 people found the following review helpful By Jules M on April 30, 2010
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I just bought this for my husband for our 2.5 year old child. She's tall (39") and about 30 lbs., and she BARELY fits in it with the 5-point harness.

Otherwise, this is a great trailer, but if you have a child over the age of 3, or a younger child who is tall like our kid, this is NOT the trailer to buy.

We're going to have to try and sell this and get another one, since clearly this won't last a month around here.

Jules
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47 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Caz H. on June 14, 2010
I have read reviews on here stating that this trailer is too small for a lot of kids, well, my daughter fits into it fine and she is pretty tall (coming up on 39 inches) and weighs about 38 pounds dressed.

Firstly, great wheels, really do go on and off very easily, but stay on very securely.

Secondly, it was pretty simple to assemble, but I am a diagram follower (I like pictures!), so look at both if you get confused.

Thirdly, very simple and secure way to attach to my bike (and the paperwork that comes with it tells you you can buy an extra coupler for another bike too).

And lastly, WOW, my daughter is no lightweight and I really don't know she is there at all!

I would highly recommend that you buy a side mirror (larger size if you can get it) so you can set it to watch your little one.

Best thing about this trailer compared to my friends? This one has a roll-up plastic front shield with a fly scvreen behind it - my friends trailers don't have a mesh screen behind the main one, which means they always have it closed because a stone flew up into the trailer the one time they tried it with it open and they didn't want to take the risk of injuring their little boy from then on - hence, he gets very hot!
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52 of 63 people found the following review helpful By T. Crispin on March 25, 2010
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I love this single trailer-for one child but still has room for cargo; diaper bags, etc. It's light too so you can't even tell it's attached to the bike. Makes for comfortable riding for me and my child.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By someguy79 on May 2, 2013
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I'm experimenting with riding an upright bike again, in part because there was no way to attach a trailer to my Sun EZ-3 recumbent and biking just isn't very practical for me anymore if I can't bring my daughter. I went with InStep because it's cheaper new and delivered than I was finding many comparable items used, and a friend of mine who cycles much more than I do these days likes his. I picked the Sync because we only have one kid with no plans for more, so the narrower, more maneuverable model seemed like a good idea.

Setup was a breeze. With a quick-release rear skewer on my bike, I didn't need any tools and it only took about 5 minutes. It would have been less if I hadn't been over cautious about reading the directions, as everything goes on just like you'd think it would looking at the trailer. The safety strap can be a bit tricky to get off when you're removing the trailer for a solo ride, but still well less than 60 seconds, and you don't want it to be too easy.

Towing the trailer, you hardly know it's there. My bike is very light, so even empty the trailer probably at least doubles the equipment weight, but you really don't notice. There seems to be very little rolling resistance, and the bike handles very much like it does without a trailer. Looking at my workout statistics, I lose about 2mph when towing the trailer, but it doesn't feel that way. The tires are holding the 36 pounds of pressure they are labeled for, but only if I bring the wheels inside when the trailer is not in use. If I forget and leave the wheels on the trailer on the porch, there's entirely too high a chance that either the wheels warp so they can't hold a tire anymore or the tire and inner tube explode.
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