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Schwinn Joyrider Bicycle Trailer (Red/Gray)

by Schwinn
113 customer reviews
| 10 answered questions

About the Product

  • Easily converts to a stroller with included kit; traditional jogging stroller design offers high performance
  • Folds compactly; quick-release wheels come off for easy trunk storage
  • Parent tray and pockets for snacks and drinks; comfortable and adjustable handle for an effortless run
  • Roomy and adjustable canopy for plenty of sun protection; spacious underseat basket for your extra gear
  • Secure child harness and cockpit, shocks for added comfort; supports up to 100 pounds
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Product Description

Product Description

Never leave the little ones behind with the Schwinn® JoyriderTM bike trailer. Designed to attach to nearly any bicycle's rear hub, it holds two children (100 pounds total weight) within the roomy, padded cabin. The seat back reclines for your children's comfort on long rides, and convenient pockets keep snacks and drinks handy. For additional utility, the JoyriderTM trailer converts to a stroller and folds for easy storage.

Joyrider Features:

  • Two-child bicycle trailer
  • 100-pound weight capacity
  • Roomy, padded cabin with drink and snack holders
  • Reclining seat back
  • 20-inch lightweight alloy wheels push or pull easily
  • Zip-around weather shield adjusts for conditions
  • Folds compactly and quick-release wheels detach for easy storage
  • Secure harness for use with one or two children
  • Storage area behind rear seat
  • Easily converts to a stroller with included kit
  • Folded dimensions with wheels: 31 x 34.5 x 20 inches (L x W x H)
  • Assembled dimensions: 52.5 x 34.5 x 33 inches (L x W x H)
  • Weight: 45 pounds

Designed for active parents, the Joyrider from Schwinn is a sturdy two-in-one bike trailer/jogging stroller that allows you to tow or push your children wherever you go. With its primary function as a bike trailer, the Joyrider attaches to the rear hub of nearly any bicycle for towing. When you want to push the stroller, simply attach the front wheel to the trailer and you have a full-service jogging stroller.

Built for stability at higher speeds, the Joyrider features 20-inch tires with shock absorbers that roll quickly behind the bike and are equally well suited to jogging. The lightweight aluminum frame folds up for storage and transport and the wheels have quick-release hubs for an even more compact package. The Joyrider's interior is designed for a cozy and protected ride with a secure harness for two kids, padded reclining seats, drink and snack holders, and a zip-around weather shield that allows you to adjust the level of ventilation depending on the weather. Finally, an under seat storage area allows you to pack lunch, a diaper bag, or other necessities in the Joyrider.


  • Secure harness for use with one or two children
  • Padded cabin
  • Drink and snack holders
  • Reclining seat back
  • 20-inch alloy wheels push or pull easily
  • Zip-around weather shield adjusts for conditions
  • Folds compactly
  • Quick-release wheels detach for storage
  • Storage area behind rear seat
  • Converts to a stroller with included kit


  • Passenger capacity: two children
  • Weight capacity: 100 pounds
  • Assembled dimensions: 52.5 by 34.5 by 33 inches (L x W x H)
  • Folded dimensions with wheels: 31 by 34.5 by 20 inches (L x W x H)
  • Weight: 45 pounds

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 40 x 28 x 12 inches ; 49 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 51.2 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B001GAPU6C
  • Item model number: 13-PR150
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (113 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #403,183 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

88 of 91 people found the following review helpful By melissa padilla on October 8, 2008
This is my 2nd bike trailer, the first was an Instep brand. I hated it! I returned it- the main reason was the seats were TERRIBLE! My daughters were basically suspended from their crotches by the time we got done with our first (and last) ride. So the most important feature I was looking for when finding the Schwinn PR150 was comfortable seating...with which I am fully satisfied. These seats are big and cushy with comfortable harnesses.

Other reasons I am happy with this purchase:
-Easily converts to double stroller (includes wheel- no need to purchase seperate kit)
-Cool updated look- a little newer than most trailers
-Comes with zip-off weather protector
-Storage area behind kid's seat
-Large storage pouch on the back
-Large storage and cupholder thing on handle (when used as stroller)
-Very easy to set up
-Very easy to convert from trailer to stroller and bar that hooks to bike folds under nicely.

I would definitley reccommend this product. It's worth the extra money and the quality surpasses the Target one I originally bought. I also looked into Burley, Ive heard good things about them, but decided on this because it was about a hundred bucks cheaper and came with conversion kit.
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37 of 40 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 6, 2009
I bought this one because I admit I liked how it looked. I looked at some in stores and this is the only one that had padded seats. I am not in shape right now and bought this so I could get in shape. Most of the reviews complain about the weight. Honestly I didn't even notice it behind me (I rode for 40 minutes with no problems.) It turns extremely easy, both directions.

I love that it comes with a stroller wheel and that the tow arm tucks neatly away in stroller form. (I always thought it looked tacky on other trailers when you could clearly see it was a trailer turned stroller with the tow arm in front and tiny wheel to convert to stroller.) It is very easy to convert back and forth.

I noticed that others say it is too big to fit through a door. Yes it doesn't fit with it open but if you fold it (much easier than removing the wheels as other reviews have said) then it easily fits through. I just fold it, carry it out to my bike and attach it. That is another nice thing it folds so it can be put away easily.

Both my girls love it. The only problem we have is when we stop and they want to keep going.
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80 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Samantha L. Whitefeather on April 15, 2010
I was so excited to get this trailer, it had everything I was looking for. All the design features and included extras seemed way too good to be true for the price. I researched like crazy before choosing the Joyrider, and couldn't wait to get ours. It came at the end of March 2010 and we used it every day for 2 straight weeks. I have 2 year old twins who very quickly fell in love with our bike rides together. Everything was going along great until a few days ago when our tow bar BROKE. It didn't just break, it actually fell off of the trailer because of faulty hardware that was used to assemble it! Please be careful, this was not just a fluke accident, the nut and bolt that were used to attach my tow bar to my trailer were not able to stay joined because the bolt was too short. The reason they used such a short bolt was to accomodate the swivel feature of the tow bar. Who cares about swiveling and stowing a tow bar that can fall right off???

I am so thankful that this happened while I was in my driveway and NOT during a commute with my children. Please take this into consideration. I did a full review with pictures and full details here..... [...]

I really wish that I would have come across a reveiw like this when I was doing all my research, most of the reviews address very minor concerns in comparison to actual tow bar DEFECTS.
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34 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Joshua B. Wager on March 15, 2009
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My husband and I read the reviews on this bike trailer/stroller and decided to give it a try.

When I got it in the mail it was VERY easy to set up; I think I only had to put the wheels in and open it up. My son instantly climbed in and sat there as happy as could be.

It is too wide to fit in regular sized doors. The wheels are easy to pop off (push of one button), and if you take one wheel off you can fit through any door.

The swivel wheel works great, however it does rattle a little when trying to jog with it, so I recommend also buying the jogging wheel attachment separately if you plan to use this as a jogging stroller.

The reclining seat is not much of a recline. It is leaned back a little but your child is still sitting up fairly straight. It is NOT a 5 point harness, which would have been a little nicer.

The one major complaint that I have about this thing is that I cannot fold it down. It is supposed to be an "easy one hand shut" and I cannot get it shut for the life of me. I don't have enough hand strength to squeeze the button down as far as it needs to go to get it shut. I have tried using my thumb, palm even both palms when squeezing the button and I can't get it shut. My husband has no issues, but I can't do it which is very disappointing because now I can't bring this anyplace by myself.

The cup holder does come off easily so use caution when using this. It is attached with just a hook so if you go over any bump it might fly off.

There is not much room for storage.

The seat is padded for the children which is a nice feature.
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