InStep Journey double Bike Trailer
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- Folding frame and quick release wheels allow for easy storage
- 16" pneumatic tires with molded rims provide performance and style
- 2 in 1 canopy includes bug screen and weather shield
- Versatile coupler attaches to most bicycles
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|Item Dimensions||28.03 x 32.91 x 32.91 inches|
|Shipping Weight||28.8 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
The frame and wheels are solid. The trailer seems very stable when turning tight corners and I've never been concerned about it tipping over. We purchased an extra coupler attachment so that we can easily switch it back and forth from my bike to my husband's bike. It's quick and easy to hook up to the coupler on the rear axle of our bikes.
About a month ago, we sold one of our cars and I now use this trailer about 4 days a week to deliver my son to daycare. Under frequent use, it has not held up. I think we're probably now in the market for a Burley or something made a little better. Small issues include (1) one of the front snaps ripping out so that we have to depend on the shoddy velcro to hold the front flap down on that side (I've started using a safety pin this week to keep the flap from flying open and exposing my kid), and (2) the bottom of the safety flag pocket is ripping out so that the flag is in danger of slipping down and dragging on the street (I think I can probably hand-stitch this).
The biggest problem, however, is that the bottom of the trailer where my son's behind sits (remember, he's only 30 pounds but this trailer claims to hold two kids totaling up to 100 pounds) sags lower to the concrete underneath him each day we use it. There is no solid bottom to this trailer and the nylon material doesn't seem to be sewn tight enough (or maybe it's stretching somehow). I've not compared this to other trailers yet, but it seems like a design flaw to me.Read more ›
This trailer specifically is wonderful!
Assembly - Since it was a holiday gift, I wanted to set it all up for my husband so when he saw it he’d be ready to take it out on a ride and not have to fiddle with (what I thought) would be hours of putting this together. I envisioned a lot of swearing, a huge instruction guide, etc. But I was very pleasantly surprised when the entire assembly of the bike took me no more than 30 minutes (and it probably would’ve taken me closer to 10 minutes if I didn’t have my daughter stealing the instructions from me every time I turned around while I was putting it all together). Definitely gets two thumbs up for super simply assembly!
Function – the trailer works awesome! My daughter loved it and it seemed like a very smooth ride for her.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am very happy with mine - I still use it regularly and especially helpful if you don't drive and only have a bicycle and this trailer to get groceries with. Read morePublished on May 13, 2014 by Daniel Morrow
Straps don't adjust on crotch belt. Very uncomfortable for a little one at a year, let alone by age three. Purchase REI brand. Read morePublished on September 17, 2013 by Kelly A. OKEEFFE
we do not have small children but rather a 60 pound dog. took the child restraints out, placed an old blanket inside and the dog rides in comfort! Read morePublished on August 19, 2013 by Roger Henry Blum
I use this trailer to take my dogs will me to bike riding. The straps were able to be converted so they strap my 2, 12 lb Papillons securely. Read morePublished on July 12, 2013 by S. Cowan
This is what I need it to finally start using my bike. My son loves to cruise around in this trailer! It was very easy to assemble!Published on June 13, 2013 by Marianela
I bought two of these. I haven't seen any trailers in this price range that compare to this. I feel for most people this trailer will do the trick, if you are going to travel far... Read morePublished on April 19, 2013 by R Man
I bought this to tote my two grandsons around with their "Gunny". Easy to hook up to my bike and I really like the safety features.Published on March 18, 2013 by Sam Morgan