CoPilot Taxi Bicycle Child Seat
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- Comfortable bike seat for one child (up to 40 pounds)
- High seat design and safety bar for maximum protection
- Cel-filled, washable seat padding
- Comes with bike rack featuring quick-release system
- One-year warranty
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The 2006 CoPilot Taxi offers a safe, secure and convenient way to carry kids. Plush, washable padding and rugged construction promise to keep Moms, Dads, and kids happy for many miles. The Taxi also includes a strong, lightweight tubular aluminum Blackburn EX-1 rack that doesn't weigh your bike down, and a secure, quick release mounting system that makes it easy to swap the seat between bikes with the addition of a second rack.
Treat your child to spin around your neighborhood or a trek through the city by bike with this CoPilot Taxi bicycle seat. This comfortable seat holds a child (up to 40 pounds) securely with a high seat-back design, quick-release grab bar, and three-point harness. The gel-filled, washable seat padding makes it comfortable for long rides. It comes with the Blackburn EX-1 bike rack, which fits securely on most bikes and offers a quick-release mounting system that makes it easy to swap the seat between bikes with the addition of a second rack. Once the rack is attached, the seat can be installed or removed in less than 30 seconds.
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THe Bad: First of all the seat (mine anyway) does not come off without a wrestling match. I doubt the wife could take it off. Maybe as it is taken on/off over time it will not be sooo tight?
Second, the blackburn rack that comes with this unit costs $50+, so plan for it if you think you might want the ability to move it between bikes. My wife was initially too scared to ride with the boy on the back, but now wishes we had a rack on her bike so she could take him out without me. I let her try to take the rack off...and she said no thanks to a 2nd rack anyway.
Third, kind of a small thing, but there are velcro straps to keep the feet safely in the seat. The velcro straps are mounted so low that the strap wraps around the toe portion of his shoe. He seems to find this uncomfortable and can work his feet free. A simple solution would have been to mount the straps up a couple of inches so that the strap limits the lower leg from getting out but still allowing for free foot movement.
The seat is difficult to mount on the rack (but I only did it once). You just set it on the rack and slide it forward but the front latch is too high to slide under the rack front easily. I thought I had a bad seat but I guess not. I got it on there. Removal is easy. The book says to press the front latch down, slide the seat back a little and then lift the rear latch. Removed easily for me.
As far as sturdiness- the plastic does flex some, but I don't think it is a safety issue. My daughter can pull the bar off too but only when it is not latched in. When latched it is very secure. Overall I think it's a good seat. Now I just have to help my daughter get over her anxiety of it so we can have fun.
I recommend this seat for both short and long rides, my son would ride for hours if we would let him.