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
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Anonymous asked: My son is 4.5 - is he too young?
Douglas Serrano: He Doesn't Have To Peddle Although He Should For The Practice. As Long As He Can Hold On To The Handlebars He ShoulBe Fine.
Arthur Burkey: What I learned about this attachment is that it's kind of tough to pull this along if the passenger isn't pedaling. If you're up to it I wouldn't see why a 4.5 yr old couldn't ride. You are the one keeping the balance and pace of the ride. Prepare your muscles.....
Pat Baker: No, he should be perfect. Our granddaughter loved it from the start and she had just turned 4.
Jenn C: It will depend on his height more than anything else. At just-turned-five, my daughter was fine on the seat's lowest setting, and actually a surprisingly helpful power-boost for hills. You also have to be able to trust them to continue to hold both handlebars while you are moving.
Penelope Gerhart: Purchased this for my son and granddaughter when she was just shy of 5. She took to it right away. I do not think 4.5 is too young at all. The two of them go all over town on bike. It has been so great as my son does not drive and this,is their primary mode of transport.
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
Justin Matthews: So, daughter can go on bike rides with family.
Kathy Greaney: Our 7 year old has not yet learned to ride a bike and we would like to find a way to give her confidence, safely. She stopped trying when she couldn't do it right the first time or two.
Melanie Dresser: I want to spend time with my daughter outside. I looked at several bikes but I liked this one and read reviews.
Leandro Rios: There were good reviews on it ....