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Weehoo iGo Pro Bicycle Trailer (Silver/Red)

4.8 out of 5 stars 124 customer reviews
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  • Enjoy meltdown-free riding for hours with the iGo or iGo 2 - kids are free to eat, sleep, pedal, or just sit back and enjoy the ride while safely secured in the trailer
  • Fits ages 2 to 9 with quickly adjustable seat - maximum seat weight limit and total weight limit of 65 lbs
  • The iGo and iGo 2 pedal system allows children to get great exercise while being safely secured in the trailer
  • Safe, engaging, and fun, you and your kids will have a blast on long rides, around town, on singletrack, and everywhere else a bike can take you
  • Get Weehoo'ing!!!
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Safe, engaging, and fun, the Weehoo iGo and iGo 2 pedal trailers are the new benchmark in bicycle trailers. The balanced, streamlined design of the iGo gives you the ability to share your style of riding with your children. And riding is easy with the patented, self-aligning hitch, and single wheel design. This fresh approach to family mobility allows children to eat, sleep, pedal, or just sit back and enjoy the ride. Let The Adventures Begin!!! ---- Easily adjustable seat accommodates kids 2 to 9 years old. For either iGo model, the maximum per seat weight limit is 65 lbs. Maximum total weight limit for the single seat iGo trailer with cargo and passenger is 65 lbs. Maximum total weight limit for the iGo 2 trailer with cargo and passengers is 100 lbs. Keep little ones safe and secure by using the foot straps and the adjustable 3-point harness with chest buckle. Removable push bar easily detaches for travel and storage. There is lots of storage provided in the seat and in the panniers on both sides of the rear wheel. The sprocket and chain are enclosed to keep little fingers grease free and away from harm. The comfortable handgrips give children something to hold on to. Optional canopy and cargo basket accessories are sold separately.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 48.8 x 13 x 33.9 inches ; 28.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 35.8 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B007T95EQ0
  • Item model number: iGo Pro
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (124 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #251,419 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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By Stuart E. Schechter on July 16, 2011
How comfortable is this trailer? My five-year-old daughter, who isn't fully off of training wheels and never felt safe on a traditional trail-a-bike, went on a two-day 204 mile ride from Seattle to Portland on the Weehoo just weeks after we bought it. My two-year-old fits and has pedaled on it without any of the stability concerns my five-year-old had on traditional trail-a-bikes. The ride is amazingly stable, the thick mountain bike wheel and recumbent seat make bumps "fun", and the handlebar-free design leaves kids' hands free to grab drinks or to play on a mobile phone during breaks from pedaling.

There are lots of nice little features that show a lot of thought has been put into the design. There are two cupholders, and the second comes in handy for snacks or electronics. The built-in panniers are well designed and quite handy, though it takes some learning to get back there during a ride while balancing everything. Metal tubes cover the chain so that your child's legs or clothes won't get hurt or greasy from rubbing up against it. The pedals have straps to hold your kids' feet so that they can use the pull stroke in addition to the push stroke. The seatbelt is secure and easy to put on.

There are some downsides. At 35 pounds, the Weehoo is much heavier than most trail-a-bikes and even most adult bikes. Transporting it by car can be a challenge because it doesn't fit easily on many bicycle carriers, though it will fit on carriers that support bikes from the bottom (the Yakima hold-up works perfectly) and it can be crammed into most cars width-wise. It doesn't have multiple gears, though the single gear is fairly low so kids can help on the uphills when the rider in front most needs the help.
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I agree with many of the positive reviews, and my kids have a great time when we get moving, but here are a few things that I think need improvement:

(1) My biggest issue is that attaching the Weehoo to my bike and getting my child secure is a VERY awkward process. It's a long, heavy device with 1 wheel, so it wants to flop over and take my bike with it. Once attached I can stand in the middle, prop up my bike and the weehoo with my hip and secure my son, but the process is awkward. We then get to the park and this fun process starts all over again as I look for a place to lean my bike and try to get my son out of the weehoo. Adding some sort of kickstand to the weehoo or giving it 2 wheels instead of 1 would help this quite a bit. But perhaps I'm not doing it right - it would be helpful if the company website had videos of people attaching the weehoo and putting a child in the seat.

(2) The pedals do not move on their own when the weehoo moves forward (unless the child pedals), but when you back it up the pedals must move backwards on their own. This seems harmless, but I was not aware of this movement and when I backed it up in my driveway the backward movement of the pedal injured my son's foot. It was not a serious injury, but please take extra care when backing up with the weehoo. I would suggest the company fix this by allowing the pedal to stay in place when it moved backward.

(3) The 3-point harness should be more secure on small children. It's fine for my 5 year old, but does not feel tight enough on my 3 year old.

(4) I don't really feel any difference when my son pedals, do other owners notice a difference?

(5) Heavier children make it feel less stable.
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Review of Weehoo Igo Pedal Trailer

We bought the Weehoo Igo when our daughter was 3 and she had outgrown the Hamax Siesta child seat, and looked to use it to take our daughter too and from the nursery as well as weekend rides.

So far it's worked reasonable well for both tasks, though it took some time for the little one to get used to being "lower down" and not being able to see as much, she quickly fell in love with it and enjoys every time we go out.

The nursery commute is about 1 mile, and the longest we've gone on is about 40km's in one day.

The reason for choosing the weehoo over a trailer was due to the fact that it is "in-line" with the rest of the bike, and I don't have to worry about it's footprint being wider than my bike, as well as the fact that the weehoo allows the child to get involved.

The reason for choosing the weehoo over a trailer bike, was largely down to the fact that at the time our daughter was still young, and I did not think she'd be up to the longer bike rides without having a snooze, and the main reason for the attachment on the back of the bike, was to enable us as a family to go out and enjoy medium to long rides as much as shorter ones.

So, to summarise the pro's and con's.

Pro's
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First and foremost, makes longer cycling outings accessible to families with younger children.
1) 3 year old took to it instantly.
2) Thought has been put in to the storage facilities, "cup" holders on either side (currently used to store an assortment of pebbles), and the panniers over the back wheel are of a decent size.
3) Chain guard ensures that in no way can the child's clothes get caught in the chain, or get dirty.
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