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InSTEP Sierra Double Bicycle Trailer
|Price:||$98.35 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- 12-inch front and 16-inch rear pneumatic tires with molded rims provide performance and durability
- Folding frame and quick release wheels allow for easy storage
- 2-in-1 canopy includes a bug screen and weather shield. Max Weight Limit: 80 lbs
- Versatile coupler attaches to most bicycles, Includes stroller kit with swiveling front wheel & handle bar
- Parking brake offers extra safety while in stroller mode, Deluxe harness & seat with padding for added child comfort
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|Frame Material Type||Steel|
|Item Dimensions||8 x 28.5 x 34 inches|
|Item Weight||38.38 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||38.8 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
Buy the Sierra. The seat is padded and supported on the bottom, the straps have padded sections and the buckles are easy to use. The details forgotten on the EZ Rider were included on the Sierra (fabric safety flag, all metal clips, more velcro, less buttons, nice rubberized stroller handle accessory).
Did I mention...spend the extra $30 and get this bike trailer. If is worth it. Look no further.
So for your reference in decision making:
I have a 4 year old (42in-height/ 40lbs) and a 2 year old (30in-height and 29lbs)
They both fit in together height wise fine, which is what I was most worried about. There is even enough room for their legs in the front and the seat is perfectly wide enough. I also love how the seat is padded and the jogger handle bar is adjustable. The trailer is perfectly balanced when they are in it and does NOT tip back.
The only "CON" so far, I am not crazy about the stroller attachment wheel being out so far in front of the trailer, I want it to be closer but that is not a huge deal.
My rear tire kicks up dirt and small pebbles from the road and sidewalk- as does any bike. But the netting attached over the carriage protecting my child didn't protect her from any of it. It collected by her feet and some around her seat. I noticed it to happen mainly when we go out a couple hours after the rain cleared up and it is safe to do so. It does have a plastic drop to protect her from rain that would work in this case but I don't want to completely close it every ride we go on unless it started to rain. InStep should have extended the cloth to cover the entire bottom half of the trailer to protect better from this. It'd still give the passengers a great view and protect them much better.... I don't know if this is an issue with all trailers since all bikes kick up dirt as you ride- especially on wet ground. The best fix: only ride on completely dry ground if possible... and be ready to walk through any surprise puddles (sprinklers, hoses running down driveways,etc...). If it becomes a common issue for me, I may consider buying some cloth to cover a few more inches from the bottom of the trailer.
I don't really like how inaccessable the back pouch area to hold items is.Read more ›
We didn't try it out before taking it to beach, but so far once here we made a short walk to local grocery store and it did ok. We didn't install the canopy, and in hindsight should have, but either way the boys fell asleep on the way home. Once back at the hotel we didn't want to wake them so we propped the stroller up on our cooler so they'd be a bit more comfortable!
Ride was pretty smooth! I'd read a few reviews on this one and the quick n EZ model and both had lots of reviews about tires being horrible. They aren't bad. The instructions do say if you leave the wheels in the heat you will have problems with the tubes popping............so beware of that.
So far, so good. Kids fit in great. Rides smooth. Will update when we try it with bike.
IT IS VERY WORTH IT TO SPEND THE EXTRA $$ ON THIS MODEL BECAUSE OF THE SEAT THEY SIT ON. In the quick n EZ model it's just the canvas bottom and would be droopy, this one has a stiff plastic that keeps that from happening!
Also, this comes with the safety flag!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Anyone who has concerns about the wheel and tire getting a hole should be. After two uses one tire lost all air and won't inflate so it's useless. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Ken
Easy to put together. Seems a little bumpy for child but okay. Will easily fit two kids when we get there. Room for a couple toys while riding.Published 4 days ago by MouseMargo
I thought this was a fantastic deal until the wheels broke after 4 times using.... the wheels are plastic, I should have anticipated the issue.Published 12 days ago by G. Polakoff
Perfect for one or two kids. Single child can ride in the center or on either side. It even has extra storage behind the seat for bags, jackets, etc.. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Sheri Rollins
I received an In-Step Sierra two seat bicycle trailer with stroller attachment ordered through Amazon this week. The plastic bumper piece depicted in the manual was not included. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Andrea S.
The price is great, overall good quality BUT the design inside makes it impossible for kids to wear helmets. The back rest pushes them forward.Published 15 days ago by Dan Radichel
Trailer was easy to assemble and hook up to our bike. Fit my 3 year old and 1 year old perfectly with room to spare. Kids have a blast in it and are quite comfortable. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Jason
so much fun sturdy and cool 2 year old loves it! seems wide but np riding on narrow sidewalks.. love it!Published 26 days ago by paul
Great product, great value. Our kids love it as a bike trailer. Fits our 4 year old and 1 1/2 year old together without any trouble. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Robert S Butrymowicz Jr