Schwinn Joyrider, Echo, and Trailblazer Bike Trailer for Toddlers, Kids, Single and Double Baby Carrier, 2-in-1 Canopy, Universal Coupler, 16-20-inch Wheels
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- Handy stroller kit (handle and front wheel) conveniently turns trailer into a stroller for walks or jogs
- Unique folding frame and quick release wheels pack up neatly for compact storage and transport. Steel frame construction
- Universal coupler easily attaches to almost any bicycle for added versatility; one-time installation
- Two-in-one canopy has bug screen and weather shield for protection from the elements; 16 inch air-filled tires with molded rims provide a smooth ride
- Holds two kids up to 40 pounds Each and an additional 12 pounds of convenient storage for whatever else you need
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Make sure your bike is compatible! I can't stress this enough. Do not just assume that it is.
*Only negatives I have to say about this product are 1. that it smells terrible when it arrives-just be sure to give it time to air out before putting your little or pup in it. 2. The flag is came with arrive broken in the box-not a big deal as they are cheap to purchase.
Well worth the money we spent. We did months of research and felt that this trailer was the best for us.
- Ease of opening and closing the canopy for entry and exit. No zippers or velcro. The canopy pulls down and latches into place. Time will tell if the spring latch will weaken, but so far, it looks to be solid.
-20 inch spoked rims. Most offerings had spoked rims instead of a plastic wheels, but this was considered for ride quality and ease of replacing inner tube in the event of failure.
-Stroller/Jogger conversion included (front wheel).
-Bench seat and cushion, it is very comfortable for my girls.
-Ease of use, collapses flat with slide latches on either side, and opens by pulling up on handle to extend frame.
I had an issue with the coupler. Bike frame rear dropout did not have sufficient clearance and the coupler was too large to fit. Emailed Pacific Cycle and received a response that there is NOTHING that could be done. They marked the issue as resolved. I was very dissatisfied with their response and resolution options. After internet searching, short of fabricating an extension or alternate coupler (the internet is very creative), I sourced a working solution (SEE PICTURE). You'll have to research to ensure the size and adapter fits, but this is an acceptable solution to get the trailer attached in a safe manner.
Burley Design 3/8 x 26 Hitch Alternative Adapter, One Size
Set-up was a breeze. Trailer feels quality made! I was also very happy with the aluminum wheels/tire combination on this trailer, I expected cheap steel rims...
I mounted to my Felt cyclocross bike - many people had said that if you didn't have horizontal dropouts - this wouldn't work. Ultimately the little "lock tab" doesn't have a slot for it to sit in - which means if you don't crank down your skewer tight , the hitch attachment could move up or down with force, but to install the whole hitch attachment piece you have to completely remove your quick release skewer and put it through the hitch attachment. I don't see how this is un-safe - considering it has a nylon strap that also goes around your rear chainstay area... There's no way this thing is coming off...
Anyway, kid loves it. It tracks straight - doesn't wobble - and in my opinion doesn't feel heavy to tow behind the bike (I have a 6 month old...)
Looking forward to taking it on the boardwalk on Memorial Day weekend!
1) My little guy is 3 yrs/old, about 38" tall and 30'ish pounds. He sits perfectly comfortable in this trailer and I can probably get a few years before he outgrows it.
2) It was a snap to put together and looks very nice.
3) It has spoked wheels and rubber tires = smooth ride.
4) Once setup its easy to get on/off the bike (takes 3 seconds).
I'm a weekend rider and didn't want to drop hundreds of dollars on a trailer I might only use 50 times in my life. I'm very happy with the purchase and would definitely suggest getting this one.
It doesn't have a suspension so it's mainly for on-road use (not a big deal since most people won't go offroad with a kid in tow). When I bought this there were barely any reviews on it, so I was a little nervous. So I feel obligated to write this review for other people. It's a great trailer, especially for the price. No regrets. Not sure why this isn't way more popular, but I suspect it will be. Hopefully they won't raise the price for those who didn't get it yet ;).
The only minor downside - which seems to be mentioned in the reviews for most every bike trailer - the kid's head gets pushed a little forward with a helmet on. The netting in the back is snug so if the helmet sticks out in back it will cause their head to push forward slightly. It's not terrible or anything, but I just ended up getting a sleeker helmet that didn't have the big back on it. Now all is good. You also could probably put a pillow behind the child's back to compensate a little so their head can lean back a little.