Schwinn Trailblazer Single Bike
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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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The included Schwinn Universal Coupler makes it easy to attach the trailer to just about any bicycle out there.
Unique collapsible folding frame is perfect for family vacations and tidy compact storage.
No Kids Left Behind
Cozy padded interior comfortably fits one 40 lb. child, with an additional 12 lb. storage pocket hidden in the back.
Stand Up To The Elements
The 2-in-1 canopy includes a bug screen and weather shield, so you can protect your little passengers from weather that won't cooperate.
|Schwinn Trailblazer Single Bike Trailer||Schwinn Joyrider Double Bike Trailer|
|Collapsible Folding Frame||✓||✓|
|16" Air-Filled Tires||✓||✓|
|ASTM F1975 Compliant||✓||✓|
|Weight Capacity||1 child up to 40 lbs.||2 children up to 40 lbs. each.|
|Additional Storage||Room for additional 12 lbs. of gear.||Room for additional 12 lbs. of gear.|
|Included Safety Flag||✓||✓|
|5-Point Safety Harness w/ Shoulder Pads||✓||✓|
The Brand You Trust
Schwinn was established in 1895, by Ignaz Schwinn in Chicago, IL. Remembered for iconic bikes like the Phantom, the Varsity, the Stingray and the original Krate and Picker series of children's bikes, Schwinn has made it possible for riders of all ages to experience the thrill of riding a bicycle. Children and adults around the world trust the Schwinn name for quality and value. The joys of learning to ride for the first time, sharing an excursion with friends, proudly completing a new training regime or enjoying a local scenic route are all best enjoyed on a Schwinn.
Just like the original bikes made by Ignaz Schwinn, you can count on Schwinn to innovate in ways that enhance and simplifiy the riding experience for all generations of fans.
Enjoy the freedom of riding a Schwinn bicycle.
|Item Dimensions||15 x 15 x 20 inches|
|Item Weight||0 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||27.65 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
There is an easy way to check. BEFORE you buy, go get your bicycle. Look at the back drop out on the opposite side of the chain (the drop out is the part of the frame where the axle connects). If you have a large flat dropout as found on many older bicycles, many commuter bikes and many cheap bikes bought at big-box stores you're just fine. If you paid more than $500 for a modern mountain bike you probably have a Breezer Style Dropout. - type that into your favorite search engine for images. If your quick release skewer (the part you loosen to take the wheel off) connects into a recessed area, has a contoured frame component going to it or has a partial "hood" over it, this trailer WILL NOT WORK.
Unfortunately if you have a breezer style dropout even the more expensive trailers might not fit. Burley makes a hitch adapter for their own trailers but it won't work with this one. some people have crafted adapters out of L brackets but I suggest that is an extremely bad idea.The mount point is one of very high torque and stress with a lot of weight on a long arm - you will tear through that metal in no time and send your child tumbling.
Aside from the incompatibility with the bike I really want to ride here are some other thoughts:
I like that this trailer is narrow. We have one child and it has great room for her and her stuff and is easy to navigate on busy trails.
I dislike the 16" wheels. 20" wheels on so many more trailers are more free rolling and just better.
it is heavy - holy crap this is heavy! I don't need any more workout help than towing a child and trailer to begin with.
I like the combo of snaps and velcro closure. everything closes neatly
the brake straps are lame. they dangle loosely and surely there is a better way to do that. I appreciate an elegant simple solution but this is more lazy than simple.
IF this fits your bike and you're not riding a ton, get it. it's a nice low price alternative. If it does not fit your bike out of the box it's really probably not going to regardless of the monkeying around you do.
I like that it has real wheels and mesh on the front and back so air flows nicely.
One big drawback for me is that it does not have a pocket in the seat so a helmet can fit comfortably. I am going to have to buy a smaller helmet so my child's head doesn't get pushed forward while we ride. I have one of those aero dynamic ones so it has a little tail in the back. It is also very bumpy at times, but with no suspension I imagine basically every trailer has this problem.
For the most part though, I like it. It is a good quality trailer, most in this price range come with plastic wheels and a less comfortable seat, but then again most in this price range come with the stroller kit or are double trailers, so makes sense this is better quality.