Allen Sports Premier 2-Child Aluminum Bike Trailer/Racing Stroller, Green/Grey
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- Fully Functional 2-child Fixed Wheel Jogger and Bike Trailer
- Easy & Quick Snap Together Frame
- Ultra Light, Sturdy Aluminum Construction
- Foot Guard Tube Protects Child's Feet
- Universal Coupler Attaches To Most Bicycles
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Full Featured Fixed Wheel 2-Child Jogger/ Stroller and Bike Trailer
The Allen XLT-X2 Aluminum 2-Child Jogger and Bike Trailer offers the perfect 2 in 1 product for the active parent. The item quickly sets up as either a fully functional fixed wheel jogger or bike trailer right out of the box. 20 inch rear wheels and 16 inch front wheel (for jogger mode) deliver low rolling resistance and large front and side windows let your passenger enjoy the ride. An extra large interior compartment delivers lots of room for your little riders. The XLT-X2 jogger/trailer includes a recessed foot area your children's feet and also comes with a removable three season bug and rain shield. Zippered panels on the Bug and Rain shield make for easy opening and closing. When not in use, the XLT-X2's folding design and quick release wheels offer easy storage and transportation.
Easy Conversion to 2-Child Bike Trailer
Universal coupler attaches to most bicycles
Whether you're looking to tow your trailer behind your road bike, mountain bike, comfort bike, or beach cruiser, the universal coupler on the XLT-X2 will work with most full sized bicycles on the road. Please email us if you have a question about a specific bicycle model.
Comfortable and Safe Transport for your Passengers
The XLT-X2's cabin is surrounded by sturdy frame will provide a safe place where your passengers can ride. The XLT-X2 meets or exceeds the ASTM safety standards for bicycle trailers and for joggers.
Backed by Allen's Lifetime Warranty
All Allen trailers are backed by a lifetime warranty. Please visit the Allen Sports web site for full details.
- Fixed wheel 2-child jogger
- Easy conversion to 2-Child Trailer
- Roomy cabin for 2 riders
- Lightweight aluminum construction
- Push button release rear wheels
- Easy fold for storage and transport
- Tinted side windows
Allen Sports XLT-X2 Features
20 inch rear wheels with push button release
Large 20 inch aluminum rear wheels provide an easy rolling trailer/ jogger. The large wheels engage bumps in road better than smaller wheels and provide a more comfortable ride to your little passengers.
Zipper release three season rain and bug shield
Zipper release three season rain and bug shield offer easy access to the inside of your trailer, and zippers offer exceptional durability when compared with velcro releases.
Quick fold design
The XLT-X2's innovative frame allows for quick folding for easy storage and transport when not in use. The push button releases on the wheels offer quick removal and make folding your trailer/ jogger a breeze.
Convinient rear storage pocket
The handy rear storage pocket on the XLT-X2 allows for easy transport of the little things that you need for your adventures.
|Capacity||1-Child/ 50 LB||1-Child/ 50 LB||2-Child/ 100 LB||2-Child/ 100 LB||2-Child/ 100 LB||2-Child/ 100 LB|
|Interior Dimensions||15" W x 22" L x 22" H||20" W x 22" L x 23" H||21" W x 21" L x 21" H||22" W x 21" L x 23" H||24" W x 24" L x 23" H||24" W x 23" L x 23" H|
|Lightweight Aluminum Construction||✔||✔||✔||✔|
|Swivel Front Wheel Jogger||✔||✔|
|Fixed Front Wheel Jogger||✔||✔|
|Swivel Wheel Stroller||✔||✔||✔|
|Bike Trailer Function||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔|
|Push Button Release Wheels||✔||✔||✔|
|Rear Storage Compartment||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔|
|Quick Fold Design||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔|
About Allen Sports
Dick Allen (pictured left in 1972) started Allen Sports in his garage in 1967. Since its founding, the company has been committed to producing the highest-quality, easiest-to-use bike racks and bicycle related products on the market. Dick, a onetime aerospace engineer, opened Allen Sports after building a prototype bike carrier in his Lincoln, Massachusetts shop in his free time. The first ever trunk-mounted bicycle carrier--made of electrical conduit, metal strapping, and fire hose casings (for padding)-- was thoroughly tested on weekend excursions to Cape Cod. Shortly afterward, Allen took his design to market, and by 1971 had established a national presence for his product.
Today, the family owned company owns more than three dozen patents, operates four warehouses nationally, six factories abroad, and sells products in countries around the world including USA, Mexico, Canada, and China.
The Allen XLT-X2 Aluminum 2-Child Jogger and Bike Trailer offers the perfect 2 in 1 product for the active parent. The item quickly sets up as either a fully functional fixed wheel jogger or bike trailer right out of the box. 20" rear wheels and 16" front wheel (for jogger mode) deliver low rolling resistance and large front and side windows let your passenger enjoy the ride. An extra large interior compartment delivers lots of room for your little riders. The XLT-X2 jogger/trailer includes a recessed foot area your children's feet and also comes with a removable three season bug and rain shield. Zippered panels on the Bug and Rain shield make for easy opening and closing. When not in use, the XLT-X2's folding design and quick release wheels offer easy storage and transportation. Allen Sports has manufactured top quality products for the outdoor industry since 1965. Still family owned, all of our items are backed by our lifetime warranty (please visit www.allensportsusa.com for complete details).
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Upon receiving this trailer we immediately took it out of the box and started setting it up. We live on the 2nd floor of an apartment building and have found that it's not the easiest thing to haul up and down the stairs. That being said if we were in a house with a garage and we could leave it assembled it wouldn't be a problem. We thought about leaving it folded down and in one our cars to make it a little easier to hook up each time but even with a GM Yukon and a large rear/trunk area it still takes up a lot of room in addition to a stroller and other baby items that are in the back and it wouldn't leave me much room for grocery's or anything else. I like the fact that it folds up and we can drive up the coast a ways and find other biking adventures away from the house but that would be all we would be doing with the folding feature aside from making it easier to store inside. The trailer seems to be sturdy and well constructed but I don't like to review on that until we have used it for a longer period of time.
We are currently using this with our 10month old daughter. She is on the larger side and right now she weighs in at 22lbs and is 31inches long (96th percentile for her height). Even with a larger baby we have noticed that for our daughter we definitely need to roll up a towel to put behind her for lumbar support. If we do not do this she looks and acts like she is so very uncomfortable and I think with the helmet on it also helps and allows her to move her head around easier. She is already walking so its not a problem with her being able to hold her self up at this age either. She started walking at 9 months and is practicing running right now. I think it just has to do with the way the seat sits and how the helmet sits as well. Once we had the towel behind her she seemed to be a lot more comfortable and appears to enjoy the ride now.
We decided to use this trailer with our nephew to test out the ability to use it with 2 children. Our nephew is 3 1/2 years old and also tall for his age. I don't have his height but I think he is around 45lbs and total weight with the 2 of them is not a problem. I don't know if it was height that was the issue but they were crammed into this trailer and did not look comfortable at all. It could have also been that both had helmets on but I would never allow either of them to ride without a helmet. We have come to realize that when we decide to have another child we will hope that our daughter is old enough to ride on her own or we will just need to get another trailer. I wouldn't try to put both children in this trailer, at least not with my sized kids.
The seat belt system on this trailer is a little annoying for me. I like that its 5 point harnessing, very secure seat belt however when you only have 1 child I wish there was a better way to remove the excess seat belt straps. Maybe its just me and if I play with them some more and practice it might get better but initially right now its annoying me.
We haven't really used it as a jogger but plan to so I will come back to update my review after a few more months of use.
It would be nice to see some video's of this trailer on YouTube or on the manufacturers website, it would be very helpful to see how a few things work on this trailer before buying it. I may make one and post it but I feel like that manufacturer should be doing this...
I'll continue to add to this over time, I expect to put 20 miles a week or so on the trailer (as a bike trailer).
100 lbs load limit
Foot well - makes much more useful space for kids, I have two 50 lbs kids and they can just barely squeeze into the trailer, it's tight.
My wife likes the stroller.
Pulls nicely as a trailer.
26.3 lbs setup as a trailer
The rear wheels are very easy to remove.
Switching between the trailer and stroller is more work than it should be, dissuades me from wanting to take the trailer and requires me to switch it back to a stroller so that my wife isn't angry with me when she goes to use it. There are 2 screws which you have to keep track of when in trailer mode that the stroller requires or worry that they will shake loose from the bike trailer (why aren't these strapped to the tubes?). You have to take the front wheel off to disassemble.
There are some threads hanging from stitching which get caught in the zippers - one or two of them concern me a little.
The connections for the stroller wheel and the bike connector came assembled very loose, I'm uncertain whether these are supposed to be tightened or left loose and the instructions don't really address it.
I'm not a fan of the way that the trailer connects to the bike.
The connector is supposed to be hooked to the bike so that it sweeps backwards at about a 45 degree angle, but when the trailer is connected the weight of the trailer is hanging from the bracket in a way that rotates the bracket downward. If the trailer is light and the axle is super tight it can stop the bracket from rotating... but when it does rotate it puts the connection into a kinked position that I'm not comfortable with. Many other bike trailers do not use this type of connection, however I believe this is the same connector as Aosom Type 'B' Bicycle Bike Trailer Hitch Coupler. My preference is the Burley connector.
!!UPDATE!! I've used this for probably 30 miles of pulling now and it is possible to get the trailer attachment tight enough so that it does not rotate, it requires setting the quick release skewers much tighter than I would like to.
The straps aren't quite long enough - I have a lanky 6 year old that rides in the trailer when I want to really go somewhere and the straps just barely reach. Wish there was just a few more inches on every strap.
!!UPDATE!! I've adjusted the straps a lot over the past month and with a little effort you can make it work well for taller kids, would be nice if it was easier, but it's on par with other trailers I've used.
The little pads on straps aren't as nice as what I was hoping for, they are ok, was just hoping they were a bit more than they are.