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InStep Take 2 Double Bicycle Trailer
|Price:||$99.99 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- High-quality bike trailer accommodates 2 children of up to 80 lbs with a sturdy steel frame; comes with weather shield
- 16-inch pneumatic tires with molded rims provide a smooth ride
- Folding frame and quick release wheels allow for easy storage
- 2-in-1 canopy includes a bug screen and weather shield
- Versatile coupler attaches to most bicycles; 1-year limited warranty
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|Frame Material Type||Steel|
|Item Dimensions||6 x 27 x 32 inches|
|Item Weight||23 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||26.4 pounds|
Bike your children in easy confidence with the InStep Take 2 Double Bike Trailer. Boasting a sturdy steel frame and 16-inch pneumatic wheels, the Take 2 delivers a smooth ride and a comfortable, secure environment for kids. Coming complete with a 2-in-1 canopy that includes a bug screen and weather shield, children stay comfortable and protected in virtually any weather. And, thanks to its folding frame and quick release wheels, the Take 2 is easy store and easy to take on the road. Equipped with a versatile coupler, the Take 2 attaches easily to most bicycles. A stroller converter kit is sold separately. Backed by a 1-year warranty, the InStep Take 2 Double Bike Trailer is built to deliver years of riding fun.
Features: 16-inch mag wheels with quick-release design Folds easily for compact storage Attaches to most bikes with universal coupler 2-in-1 canopy includes a bug screen and weather shield Powder-coated steel frame Maximum Weight Limit: 80 pounds Folded Dimensions: 31.5 x 30 x 16 inches Assembled Dimensions: 31.5 x 30 x 30.5 inches Assembled Weight: 27 pounds 1-year warranty
Holds two children with a combined weight of up to 80 pounds, maximum weight per child is 40 pounds.
Top Customer Reviews
What it is:
Cheap, incredibly easy to assemble, solidly made. It'll last for a couple of years - enough for 2 or 3 kids to go on semi-regular bike rides. It's comfortable for one 3-year-old or two smaller kids.
What it's not:
Not made of heavy canvas or burlap, not going to last as a hand-me-down for three, five, ten families to use, not good for applications other than pavement, gravel or smooth packed earth. With the super-simplified hub assembly and plastic wheels, it's not likely to last you a million miles.
The wheels "snap in" to the hub assembly so there's no magic to this; there's no solid axle, no suspension, just two greased necks that slide in, 'lock in' to metal apertures, and that's it. The axle 'nub' is metal; but it's not going to have heavy wheel bearings. It assembles unbelievably easily, so while I am a fairly mechanically inclined person and work on my own cars, plumbing and HVAC, I was impressed how simple this would be for a non-mechanically-inclined person to assemble.
I've taken about half a dozen rides with my 3-year-old son seated in the center in the back. Every time I make a 2-mile loop around the lake in the near-by city park, I get two to four comments/compliments from joggers with kids in strollers, other bikers, etc. One guy on a bike paced me and said that the trailer looked great and asked all about it - where I got it, how much it cost, how well it works. It's not cheap junk, so you can put that out of your mind. For $80 it's a steal; I paid about $20 more and that was easily worth it.Read more ›
SET UP: was very easy, instructions where pretty clear, and most was commonsense. The only thing I had a little trouble with was loosening the bolt on the bike to attach the trailer, so if you have an older bike this part might require a little more muscle.
THE RIDE: I took the trailer on a 5 mile test drive today, the trail was paved, but very bumpy due to root growth breaking through the pavement, over wooden bridges, and up quite a few hills. The trailer did well over the bumps just don't take rough terrain fast. Turning the corners onto the bridges presented a challenge, I would have to dismount the bike and lift the back tire to slide the trailer enough to get it onto the bridge. If it where any larger I would not have been able to take it on the trail. Hills where impossible for me at this time, the slight inclines I could handle, but hills are tough on a bike to begin with, but add 40+ lbs and it becomes VERY hard, I have fairly strong legs but I had to walk the bike and trailer up the steep hills.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you are doing any amount of hills your breaks on your bike will need to be replaced a lot sooner, it was hard to keep a decent pace with the trailer going down hill, and my brakes where screaming the whole way.
When you go up and down road curbs you have to take them SLOWLY, and when you kick off to start peddling use your right foot, the left will get caught under the hitch bar and you will end up with bruised heels and ankles and ruin your sneakers.Read more ›
The most amazing thing about this product isn't its low price, but rather the engineering that went into this product. The product has an amazing design that makes it easy to assemble, safe, and good for use in a wide range of temperatures. Every last detail is engineered to amaze you.
Assembly - Easy, it took me ten minutes to assemble, and five minutes to put the hardware on my bike. All the hardware that was needed is included, as well as the safety flag. Also, the product is designed to break down quickly and easily and completely folds into the base. The wheels are also easily removable (but very secure while in operation). It only takes about 30 seconds to attach or detach from a bike.
Features - It easily fit our 2.5 year old and 6 month old. The product is designed for both single and dual children, as the dual restraints can be removed and one set can be centered with the product. Adjusting the restraints between different height levels takes all of three seconds. The canopy has elastic all along the sides, which makes it automatically get out of your way when you're loading and unloading. The canopy also has clear plastic windows (front and back) that stay out of the way for hot days to let air flow through, or on cold days or wet days you can close the plastic windows. Another great feature is the enclosed trunk space behind the seats, you can fit quite a bit in there for a family picnic.
Safety - The product itself is a roll-cage on wheels. It comes with a safety flag and it has a reflector on the back (left side only).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Our daughter (17 months when she first started using it) loves this trailer. She gets to go on bike rides with dad and mom knows she is safe. Goes on and comes off very easily.Published 3 days ago by Sealy
Straps ended up ripping after using it less than a year just made out of cheap material I bought a new 1 threw this one in the trashPublished 7 days ago by jose
Easy to set up but I wish the top was easier to snap at the bottom. We live on dirt roads and the tired have held up.Published 11 days ago by Lauren L.
This is a great bicycle trailer. We use this just about everyday in the spring/summer/fall.Published 13 days ago by TrendyMel
Every time I take this out, the air tubes in the tires puncture. Wheels/axles are a piece of junk. Rest of trailer is pretty good.Published 14 days ago by Annemarie Reid
Great trailer, easy setup, transport and storage and our little one loves going on rides.Published 21 days ago by Robert Archuleta
Very easy to put together. I love the simplicity of it and the kids love the ride. I have a 10 month old and a 2 year old and they fell asleep for 2 hours in it the first ride. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Leanna Erickson