HOT - Spokey Joe Single Child Bicycle Trailer - Now only £63.99 at Sainsbury Online - HotUKDeals
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A great price for a great product - I have seen them go for more than this second hand on ebay!

Tesco direct £97.78
Wilkinson £72.00 + £4.95 delivery



The Spokey Joe cycle trailer is tool-free and fast-fitting, capable of towing up to 100lb. It has seating for 1 child with room for luggage behind the seats. Made from 420 denier PU-coated material and a tough nylon, this cycle trailer has quick-release wheels and a universal chain stay hitch that fits most bicycles.

This Spokey Joe cycle trailer includes a 5-point retention safety harness, waterproof sun or rain cover with a window, safety flap and zipped front for easy cleaning.
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#1
These carts are awesome for younger children. Our son was in one from when he could sit-up unassisted until this summer - he's 4 early next year so will be wanting to ride his own bike :(

Defo a good buy!
#2
Are there any reviews for this? I want to make sure it is safe for my first born!
#3
I'd recommend this too. Our child loved it from when they were about a year and still enjoys it now.
#4
No WAY would I put my 2 year old son in this! Basically, the child is behind you, OUT of your view. Oh, and let's not forget the fact that he/she would be the first to be hit if a car was to come along from behind and not spot you/give you enough room etc when passing! Good price, heat added for that, but I wouldn't touch this with a bargepole!
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Would never put a kid in this, too many thick drivers around.
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Gball
No WAY would I put my 2 year old son in this! Basically, the child is behind you, OUT of your view. Oh, and let's not forget the fact that he/she would be the first to be hit if a car was to come along from behind and not spot you/give you enough room etc when passing! Good price, heat added for that, but I wouldn't touch this with a bargepole!


Fairly common sense stuff, but a little too "Daily Mail" IMO.

1) It all depends on the sort of rider you are and where you would take you child (i.e. would you ride in London or the same Time Trial A-road route dragging this behind for training? I don't think so)
2) You have also made the assumption that you are riding on the road with this and not country parks/holiday camps(CentreParcs) etc

Its a fantastic product and very reasonably priced. As is often the case, the potential problem isn't with the product, but the user and how they choose to use it.




Edited By: jazid on Dec 23, 2010 17:21: .
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jazid
Gball
No WAY would I put my 2 year old son in this! Basically, the child is behind you, OUT of your view. Oh, and let's not forget the fact that he/she would be the first to be hit if a car was to come along from behind and not spot you/give you enough room etc when passing! Good price, heat added for that, but I wouldn't touch this with a bargepole!


Fairly common sense stuff, but a little too "Daily Mail" IMO.

1) It all depends on the sort of rider you are and where you would take you child (i.e. would you ride in London or the same Time Trial A-road route dragging this behind for training? I don't think so)
2) You have also made the assumption that you are riding on the road with this and not country parks/holiday camps(CentreParcs) etc

Its a fantastic product and very reasonably priced. As is often the case, the potential problem isn't with the product, but the user and how they choose to use it.





We tend to do family bike rides along cycle paths, not along main-roads lol.

And yes the child is behind you, but they are strapped in and have a panel in front of them (just mesh or with the rain cover).

They wouldn't be so popular if they were dangerous - as said, it's about the user more than the product.
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Haylhoo
jazid
Gball
No WAY would I put my 2 year old son in this! Basically, the child is behind you, OUT of your view. Oh, and let's not forget the fact that he/she would be the first to be hit if a car was to come along from behind and not spot you/give you enough room etc when passing! Good price, heat added for that, but I wouldn't touch this with a bargepole!
Fairly common sense stuff, but a little too "Daily Mail" IMO.1) It all depends on the sort of rider you are and where you would take you child (i.e. would you ride in London or the same Time Trial A-road route dragging this behind for training? I don't think so)2) You have also made the assumption that you are riding on the road with this and not country parks/holiday camps(CentreParcs) etcIts a fantastic product and very reasonably priced. As is often the case, the potential problem isn't with the product, but the user and how they choose to use it.
We tend to do family bike rides along cycle paths, not along main-roads lol.And yes the child is behind you, but they are strapped in and have a panel in front of them (just mesh or with the rain cover).They wouldn't be so popular if they were dangerous - as said, it's about the user more than the product.


Sadly, no it's not......it's about other drivers etc who might cause injury to your child.
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Gball
Haylhoo
We tend to do family bike rides along cycle paths, not along main-roads lol.And yes the child is behind you, but they are strapped in and have a panel in front of them (just mesh or with the rain cover).They wouldn't be so popular if they were dangerous - as said, it's about the user more than the product.

Sadly, no it's not......it's about other drivers etc who might cause injury to your child.


The point that you are missing, is that you have made criticism based on the assumption you would use this on the road, where as we have already pointed out, our preference to use it off road.

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