CHOKING HAZARD -- This toy contains small Parts. Not for Children under 3 years
The WeeRide Co-Pilot Child Trainer is a great way to introduce kids to the fun of two-wheelin' with mom and dad. It's safe and easy to attach to nearly any adult bike and simple for kids to use. The WeeRide child trainer features an adjustable seat and handlebar to fit different-sized riders and a high-profile safety flag for better visibility.
- True quick-release system for fast detachment from adult bike
- Freewheel design allows the child to coast on the WeeRide child trainer while the parent is peddling
- Requires no balancing from the child
- WeeRide child trainer attaches easily to nearly any adult bike
- Four-bolt stem
- Fully welded frame with a quick-release folding arm for compact storage
- Adjustable seat and handlebar to fit different-sized riders
- High-profile safety flag for better visibility
- Custom-designed chain guard for better protection
- Front splash fender adds puddle protection
- WeeRide child trainer holds up to a 75-pound rider
- Assembly required; instructions included
Manufacturer #: 36455
Manufacturer #: 36455
Color: Blue, White
- Shipping dimensions 6" H x 23" W x 36" L
- Shipping weight 28 lbs
- Shipping Restrictions This item can not be shipped to: PO Boxes, APO or FPO Address, Hawaii, Alaska or anywhere outside the continental USA.
- Shipping Note Products ship in their original packaging. Please be aware that its contents will be visible to the recipient upon delivery.
BabyAge.com asked: Why did you choose this?
Eric Greenberg R: lookes like a great early ride for our 4 yr old on our trip to Yosemite
Maureen Metzler: to go on adventures with my son
Pat Baker: My granddaughter is 4 years old and isn't quite ready to ride a bike on her own to her nearby preschool. I'm hoping she will enjoy the independence and cooperation of pedaling along with her mom.
Rachel Gould: 4yr old learning to ride a bike
Lydia Gessele asked: I have a three wheel bike and I was wondering if this would work on it? I don't want to make the investment and discover it won't even work on my bike to take my son riding with me and our other children.