InStep Quick N EZ Bicycle Trailer (Orange/Gray)
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- InStep Quick N EZ Bicycle Trailer seats two children up to 100 pounds
- With 16-inch mag wheels with a quick-release design for easy storage
- Universal coupler attaches quickly and easily to bikes and quickly converts to a jogging stroller without using tools
- Sturdy steel frame design folds easily for compact storage
- Weather shield provides extra protection in cold or wet weather
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|Package Height||6 x 27.1 x 32.2 inches|
|Shipping Weight||29.2 pounds|
InStep QUICK N' EZ Bike Trailer / Stroller Combination The QUICK N' EZ Bike Trailer is one of InStep's best sellers. Its rugged steel frame and capability of converting to a push stroller make it a family pleasure to own and use. QUICK N' EZ Bike Trailer Features: 16 high-strength plastic mag wheels with quick release design for easy storage Quickly converts to a stroller without using tools Extra-wide steel frame design provides more space for each child Universal coupler attaches quickly and easily to bikes Weather shield provides extra protection in poor weather Recommended age of at least 1 year old Seats two children up to 50 lbs each, safely secured with dual harness system Product Specs: Max Weight Limit: 100lbs Products color options: Orange/Grey or Yellow/Gray (see below) Carton Dimensions: 31.5 x 26.5 x5.5 Folded Dimensions: 31.5 x 30 x 16 Assembled Dimensions: 31.5 x 30 x 31.5 Assembled Weight: 29.7 lbs 1 Year Limited Warranty Other Bike Trailers from InStep - See Related Items List in left column above
The InStep Quick N EZ Bicycle Trailer is a perfect choice if you want an affordable and comfortable bike trailer that easily converts into a stroller without tools. Sturdy, light, and safe, the Quick N EZ Trailer has a steel frame that folds easily for storage. The 16-inch mag wheels provide a smooth ride, are rustproof, and have a quick-release design for additional storage ease and transport convenience. This inexpensive and highly functional bike trailer-jogging stroller combo is equipped with everything you need to securely transport your children, including a zip-up weather canopy to protect riders from the elements, a rear storage area, and two five-point harnesses. The frame unfolds quickly, and the universal coupler hitch attaches effortlessly to essentially any bike.
- Seats two
- 16-inch mag wheels
- Quick-release wheels
- Universal coupler attaches to bike
- Converts to stroller
- Steel frame
- Weather shield
- Max weight limit: 100 pounds
- Folded dimensions: 31.5 x 30 x 16 inches
- Assembled dimensions: 55 x 32 x 33 inches
- Assembled weight: 28 pounds
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However, the running bar eventually wore out and the clasp bent/broke last year. I can't say how exactly many miles we put on it before that happened, but it was probably about 9 miles a week for about 5 months a year (MN climate) x 4 years. Going up/down curbs is going to be hard on any spring clamp removable bar, though.
Overall, good purchase. The running bar is a little cheap and will eventually wear out if you use it for 2 kids most of the time.
Folds down very nice and flat, will fit in car trunk and leave lots of room. Runs and bikes very smooth with air filled tires. Plastic cover in the front and back lifts up to leave mesh protection and gives great air flow for the kids, or it can stay down to keep them warmer.
I should tell you that I'm not a boob. I'm a 39 year old mechanical engineer, car nut who has replaced engines, transmissions, am a motorcycler, carpenter, and general tinkerer with decades of bicycle repair behind me. So it's not as if this is the first time I've inflated and mounted tires on bikes let along motorcycles and cars.
Overall, the unit is very good (discounting the tire/wheel issue). The mounting mechanism is great and works even on my dual suspension MTB. I thought it would be a terror to pull with diapers, wipes, a 33lb little girl, etc. It's not bad at all. I did about 5 or 6 miles today, my first time out. My kid was giggling the whole time and practically every passerby was gawking and smiling in approval. She was comfortable and nowhere near touching the ground - very comfortable. I don't know about the ventilation issues but my girl was not perspiring nor was there any lack of adequate air flow. I wasn't riding in dirt but a bit of a gravely road. Yet, nothing was kicked up into the trailer (the net was down but not the rain shield). I opted to leave the handle off and travel without the third wheel for weight savings.
If I had to buy a trailer again, I would definitely look at a unit with metal wheels and spokes. Even my local bike store (to which I was forced to make several trips too - grrrr!) said that plastic wheels are notorious for not seating the bead right.
On short rides?
At really slow speeds?
And your kid doesn't wiggle at all?
Then this is for you!!!!
But otherwise, you may want to look for a trailer with a better seatbelt or harness and seat. This thing really does not have a seat at all, just a sling of fabric with straps that keep them in the trailer, yes, but not really in position. Not supportive, and probably not comfortable, or very safe. It's seems to be a pretty rough ride back there.
We used this for a season and then sold it to upgrade.
easy assemble and fold-up, smooth ride, air filled tires, easy attach/detach with provided adapter.
I did notice that the seat is only a single strap underneath the canvas pad, and in my case it ends up being right on the front edge of the seat, but it kind of sticks out and rests under my sons knees instead of the canvas. Not much for adjustment available. Also, with two kids I can imagine it getting pretty tight shoulder-to-shoulder in there. Height is good, and my almost 2 yo son loves riding in it; I put him in the center buckles. One very warm and humid day gave him pretty rosey cheeks, so not sure how well the venting is on the back. The sides are solid plastic to prevent little hands from reaching out, which is great. Also, you will need to pack sunglasses and a hat for your little one since shade protection isn't really there if the sun is high.
I got mine using some textbook trade-in credit through amazon's trade-in program, and it is a very good price for very good quality! Recommended!