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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
We were undecided while searching for a bike trailer. I specifically was looking at the safety features and ease of attaching to a bike. The trailer was easy to set up. No tools were needed. It was set up in less than 5 minutes. It's lightweight and easy to tow around on your bike. My son, who is 18 months old, absolutely loves it. I do have to agree with a couple of the reviews though in regards to having 2 kids in there. My son sits comfortably by himself in the middle. If there were 2 kids, it looks like they might be cramped. There are 3 sets of seatbelts, so it's nice to have your choice of where you want your child to sit. Since he's by himself, he gets to sit in the middle. There's plenty of leg room for the kids and there's a small space underneath their seat to put maybe a jacket or blanket or whatever else. The pockets on the inside of the trailer are nice, so the kids can put their drinks or something else in there. There's a specific feature on this trailer that I didn't see listed on the others. It's a spring adjustment were it hooks onto the bike. It keeps the trailer upright, in case the bike tips over and it does work. I've hit the edge of the curb a couple of times from going off and on the sidewalks and from not paying attention. I noticed the trailer stays on the ground. I was very impressed. It does come with a safety flag and it easily slides along one of the rear sides, in between the canvas and the metal frame and stays put. I love the choice of the mesh screen or the clear plastic cover for wind or bad weather. I'm so glad we picked this trailer. I highly recommend it, when it comes available again.Blood Brothers (Sign of Seven Trilogy, Book 1)The Hollow (Book Two of the Sign of Seven Trilogy)
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
on April 6, 2008
I had a very hard time deciding on what trailer to get to tote my 3 and 1 year old sons in behind my bike. We decided on teh WeeRide Stage Coach Double. When taking only one child on a ride it is perfect. The five point safety system holds them securely in place. When taking both boys on a ride they must be cramped. It is fun at first and then one kid will touch the other and oh boy look out. They do both stay in place, but when we take corners the bump into one another. I am sure this would be a problem with any trailer fit for two. It is super easy to attach to my bike, which I love. So, if I do go by myself its not a pain to take the trailer off and on again and again. We do enjoy the pouches to store small toys for the boys to play with while on the ride. It is a great buy for the price.
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on September 30, 2010
The trailer is fine, but dont expect to be able to get any replacement parts, as Kent Bicycles (the importer?) doesnt stock any parts and cannot get them. This makes this trailer somewhat of a throwaway, as it is useless if a part breaks. Also, you cannot get extra axle mounts for additional bike, and have to mess with swapping the axle mount every time you want to tow with another bike. This is frustrating, as I tow when its a family ride, but my wife pulls if it is just her and our son. Bottom line is that I would buy a Schwinn or other name brand next time for the extra $20 or so to get better parts availability and support.
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on June 30, 2011
I had been wanting a trailer for my oldest daughter since about the time she was able to sit up. Then daughter number two came along and now I needed one that could fit two. Well, I finally decided on this one. It was a perfect decision! The set up was quick and easy and mounting it to the bike was simple as well, but secure and safe. My 1 and 3 year old loved it as well. There was some worry about the space for two girls, but they fit just fine and I didn't hear a single squabble, only laughter and happy sounds.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I enjoy this trailer, it is safe easy to use and set up, and fun. The only thing I regret it not having is that some of the bike trailers I have seen have have handles on the back of the trailer so it can also be used as a stroller as well.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on February 26, 2009
Great little trailer for the money. Well constructed. Easy assembly. Pulls nice. This trailer is a little small but I wanted something light weight. I looked at many trailers and narrowed it down to this one. Iam happy with it. Some say "you wouldnt ride a cheap bike so why put your child in a cheap trailer". My answer to that is simple. Its a seat with wheels, no components, no suspension, just a simple trailer. I can think of more important things to spend $300.00 on. For the money you cant beat it. My daughter loves it and so do I. The only thing I dont like about it is that the side windows dont roll up. It would be nice to have the option of a screen on the sides. I think its constructed better than the $100.00 instep trailer and it has better reviews. For a $100 you cant go wrong.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on June 5, 2008
Decent bike trailer for the price. I just use it for short trips around town on the road. This trailer is not built for trail riding.

The only downfall is that the piece that secures the trailer to my mountain bike doesn't fit the bar precisely. This has caused it to detach while riding a couple of times. The safety strap caught the trailer but it was frustrating. My husband was able to tighten it more than I could by hand and the problem has not reoccured.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on September 29, 2010
This trailer has a hitch that holds the trailer to the chain stay tube of a bicycle, and it has a safety strap in case the hitch slips. The problem is that both the hitch and safety strap are attached by the same nut and bolt. The hitch has slipped during use before, so the strap is vital. The nut came off on ours, and we were lucky to notice before the hitch came undone. This could potentially cause serious injury or even death. I contacted Kent bicycles, the manufacturer, and they said there's nothing wrong with this design and they "stand by" it, and if I didn't feel safe to use it, I should leave it in my garage.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on April 3, 2011
I bought this trailer for my twins but there just wasnt enough room. At the time they werent even a year old, we were going to save it for next year but even at that young age they were practicaly sitting on top of each other. Seemed great for one kid but if you have twins, youre just going to return this....
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on September 10, 2009
Unfortunately, we haven't been able to rate this product yet. It has been sitting in our garage assembled, but unusable, for over a month now. One of the safety pin/latches was missing when my husband assembled this, and one of the tire wheels was noticeably bent. I initially emailed a customer rep at Kent Bicylces, fully explaining the situation to her. She said she'd get back to us, but that never happened. The last time I spoke with a rep from the vendor, I was asked to fax the order confirmation from Amazon, which I did, but again got no response. Today, my husband spoke to someone again who was able to put her hands on the fax, so we're hoping to finally get the parts we need to use this. Through all this, it appears that Amazon wants no part in handling customer complaints with their vendors. If you follow the vendor complaint directions on the website, you are asked to choose options from the order history page that don't even exist. This is only our second or third time ordering from Amazon, but this has put such a bad taste in our mouths that it will probably be our last. We both work full-time and thought shopping for this online would save us valuable time (HA!), but no one should be troubled with this type of disregard.
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