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Bellelli Pepe Rear Mounted Baby Carrier
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- Rear Mounting
- Quick Mounting for Rear Carriers
- For Children 7 and Under
- Max Weight 50 lbs.
- 3 Point Safety Belt
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Meets or Exceeds
- ASTM - F1625.00 Standards.
The American Society for Testing and Materials was formed in 1898, founded by Charles B. Dudley, Ph.D., a chemist with the Pennsylvania Railroad. In 2001, we changed our name to ASTM International.
Made in Italy
Exclusively made with certified non-toxic plastic
Light Weight, Resistant, and washable Frame.
Easy on / Easy off with quick release anchoring system
-The most advanced safety and comfort features.
-High sideboards to increase support and containment.
-Ergonomic shoulder support.
-3 point safety harness.
-Childproof, parent-friendly safety buckle.
-Broad, hieght-adjustable footrests.
Advanced Safety and Comfort Features
Ergonomic Shoulder Support.
3 point safety harness.
|Standard Fit||Clamp Fit||Front Mount|
|Mount Requirements||3" of seatpost||Rear Bike Rack||Mounts on Front|
|Max Weight||50 LBS||50 LBS||33 LBS|
|Age||7 and under||7 and under||3 and under|
|Adjustable Foot Rests||✓||✓||✓|
|3 Point Safety Belt||✓||✓||✓|
|Quick to Detach||✓||✓||✓|
Please Ensure You Select the Correct Seat for How You Plan to Mount the Seat
If you decide you want the rear mount model and do not have a rear rack consider the Ventura.
Style: Clamp Fit
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Top customer reviews
Once the seat-post latch is installed (maybe 45-60 minutes if you take your time), it takes less than 5 seconds to remove or attach the seat and be ready for whatever the occasion calls for.
When attached, the seat is sturdy and safe for my 18 month old. I feel like he could definitely use this seat up until he was 3 or 4 years old (my 5 year old actually fits). I saw some complaints about the harnesses 'ease-of-use' and to be honest, it's not that hard people! The only way it can be difficult is if you try to put the harness on WHILE your child's helmet is on. So... don't. Put you child in the seat, buckle him in, put his helmet on - voila. To unbuckle, remove your child's helmet first.
When removed, all that's left on my bike is the seat-post latch. It's so small and barely noticeable. My legs don't scrape the latch while riding and it's not in the way of any of my brake cables or tools. Also, i'm still able to keep my water bottle and tire pump mounted on the bike!
When the seat is removed, it stays together in one piece so I can quickly remove it and set it aside without worrying about loose or fragile parts.
The only modification that I needed to make was to the seat's spoke guards which do a great job of protecting tiny legs from the rear wheel and road debris. The lowest corner of the guards barely touched my rear tire and would make a little noise while riding. It wouldn't have caused any damage to my bike and the plastic guard would have eventually worn away but I went ahead, with a standard utility knife, trimmed about 1/4" off - perfection was achieved!
Bare in mind, all bikes are slightly different.
I can guarantee that your Northrock or standard 26" Giant brand mountain bike will accept this baby carrier.
I'm confident that, with minor modifications, this seat would work on most any 26" cruiser, road, or mountain bike without rear-suspension.