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2009 Trail Gator Cycle Link £39:95 Delivered @ Discount Bicycles Ltd. £39.95

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I know this will only appeal to a few, but seems a really good price. The 2009 Trail Gator presents the simplest and most inexpensive way to cycle with your child The 2009 Trail Gator is an ultra… Read More
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8y, 3w agoFound 8 years, 3 weeks ago
I know this will only appeal to a few, but seems a really good price.

The 2009 Trail Gator presents the simplest and most inexpensive way to cycle with your child
The 2009 Trail Gator is an ultra strong steel link that connects onto the seat post of any adults bike
The 2009 Trail Gator is supplied with a quick release kit
The 2009 Trail Gator unfolds in seconds to neatly store on your bike allowing the child to ride independently
Connect to your children's bike to tow them along with you
We are confident that ours is the lowest price in the world for this item
Discount Bicycles will never be beaten on the price of this item
Buy with total confidence that ours are genuine 2009 Brand New Trail Gators
These are not catalogue returns, and are not copies
Beware of bogus retailers and individuals on 'E-bay', and even one or two of our competitors (Who should know better) offering catalogue returned and damaged Trail Gators. Would you risk the safety of your child on a rejected damaged trailer?
Be 100 % sure that when you buy a trail gator, you receive a genuine brand new one from Discount Bicycles Limited
Make no mistake. Discount Bicycles is 'The' Place for genuine brand new 2009 Trail Gators.
If in doubt, call us on 020 7733 7755 Please Note, this Item Consists Of The Full Trail Gator Kit Including All Brackets needed to fit the trail gator
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#1
I know I'm being pedantic but why hasn't that child in the video got any head protection on? :|
#2
£79.99 in halfords so a bargain
#3
We have one of these, it is fantastic!
#4
Excellent piece of kit. I bought a rear view mirror that velcros onto my handle bar so I can keep an eye on the liitle un
#5
Another recomendation from me.
We have been riding so much more since buying one of these.
We got ours from Decathlon fo £50 just in case our son didn't like it, then we could return it.
#6
Another recommendation from me. We bought one of these and then sold on EBay when my kids were too big for it. There is a booming second hand market in these, so there's a good chance you'll get most of your money back when you're finished with it.
#7
Blasphemous;5359698
I know I'm being pedantic but why hasn't that child in the video got any head protection on? :|
Possibly because the benefits of cycle helmets are extremely marginal at best. I wear one but I do not fret if others don't, and never has the lack of a helmet been proved in court to have contributed to injuries. It is also reckoned that helmets can cause accidents by making cyclists feel less vulnerable or motorists think they are less vulnerable.
#8
Cheers OP. Just ordered.
#9
pibpob
Possibly because the benefits of cycle helmets are extremely marginal at best. I wear one but I do not fret if others don't, and never has the lack of a helmet been proved in court to have contributed to injuries. It is also reckoned that helmets can cause accidents by making cyclists feel less vulnerable or motorists think they are less vulnerable.


Not sure I'd agree with that one, a cycle helmets saved me in a few scrapes which would have been a lot worse without one:thumbsup:
#10
Great piece of kit at a great price.

W.r.t. helmets - this is not the place to discuss probably the most contentious issue in cycling.
#11
cycleman;5362606
Not sure I'd agree with that one, a cycle helmets saved me in a few scrapes which would have been a lot worse without one:thumbsup:
It's easy to think that, but how can you be sure? I only have the scientific studies to go on. Do some research on the net and draw your conclusions from that.

One thing of which I am sure: making helmets compulsory would be a bad idea as any reduction in injuries would be far outweighed by the disadvantages of the reduced amount of cycling resulting from people not bothering because of the hassle of needing a helmet.
#12
pibpob
It's easy to think that, but how can you be sure? I only have the scientific studies to go on. Do some research on the net and draw your conclusions from that.

One thing of which I am sure: making helmets compulsory would be a bad idea as any reduction in injuries would be far outweighed by the disadvantages of the reduced amount of cycling resulting from people not bothering because of the hassle of needing a helmet.


Totally agree that they shouldn't be compulsory, I believe in people making their own decisions and taking resposibility for themselves, but hitting your head with a helmet on is almost certainly going to cause less damage than without one.
Isn't that just common sense:?
#13
It is common sense, but doesn't tell the complete story: you may be more likely to hit your head when wearing a helmet than when you're not.
#14
Thanks to the OP - been looking at getting one of these as our 5 year old is now cycling without assistance but this will hopefully attach nicely to the 3 year olds bike so we head out cycling as a family.

Heat and Rep added.
#15
Be gentle - first ever post.....

Been looking for a few days to buy these for my two girls age 3 & 4..

Not sure if it's the same company - but really good deal on ebay that includes flip up training wheels - item number 200347760082 - £54.98 in total - not found the training wheels for under £15 (including delivery) anywhere ...

Just ordered two - just got to find myself a new bike now !!!
#16
Also keep an eye on Lidl when they do cycling accessories, i got one from there last year, which was virtually identical to this.
Think it was about £27-£29, but like i said you have to wait for all the cycling specials to come along and even then they aren't guaranteed to have one.
Just sold mine for £15
Great item available now
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#17
That looks completely unsafe to me. Have you seen then angle the child needs to sit at on their bike in the u-tube video? A really bad bit of design in my opinion.
#18
Surely a cheap childs bike might break under the extra stress being placed on the frame?
#19
My wife was looking at various bikes to take the little ones out on - she is a busy childminder.

I showed her all these type of contraptions but typically she decided to go for the most expensive bike in the world!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

http://www.trikidoo.co.uk/
#20
What is worse - is it looks like the kid has a bike helmet on rack behind him. And the adult doesn't have one on either!
#21
Can any one help please? I've just got a Trail-gator & I have to say love it. But the quick release to detach my son is cumbersome (at best), I rub the skin off my knuckles trying to screw / unscrew it, though I will admit to being technically hopeless. There didn't seem to be anything about how to do this in the instructions. Any advice would be fantastic.

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