2  in 1 Bicycle Trailer / Jogger £80 [rrp £220] delivered @ Cybercheckout + 10% Quidco!
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2 in 1 Bicycle Trailer / Jogger £80 [rrp £220] delivered @ Cybercheckout + 10% Quidco!

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Found 5th Mar 2009
This high performance, lightweight bicycle trailer is perfect for the enthusiastic cycling family. It will safely carry one or two children with a maximum weight capacity of 26kg. There are side bumper bars for protection against bumps and knocks and also wheel reflectors and a bright flag to help visibility.



This trailer can be connected to almost any bicycle with the front pole which can be folded underneath the base to transform it into a stroller with an alloy hand brake. Inside is a comfortable, polyfoam lined seating area with a five point safety belt and pockets to store toys, drinks and games.



Further Details



Max Weight Capacity 26kg
Max Speed 16km
Frame/Poles Steel
Material Polyester
Rear Wheel Size 20
Front Wheel Size 12
Built Height 107cm
Pack Size (L x W x H) 83cm x 68cm x 22.5cm
Model 149-6012
Weight is 19kg

27 Comments

Looks like a good discount / price but there is no way in this world that I would put my two little ones in a capsule a few inches off the ground with absolutely no protection against cars, vans, lorries etc!!

Good for CentreParcs tho!!

I've been in one before with my brother we really enjoyed it! Dont think my Dad did as he was the one pulling us behind. It's good for kids.

I regularly saw a bloke pulling his kids in one of these on a REALLY busy A-Road.. Muppet!

Hot from me. My kids loved going in these but as others mentioned only for Center Parcs and cycleways really, not roads.

What would you say would be the best thing for my little one, he is nearly 3 but tall, i want some sort of seat for my biek so he can sit on it while i peddle, it will only be in a park, but to get there ill have to go via 2 roads, any ideas ?

Ohh dear me cyclists are just a nuisance :lol:

Anyone that would pull their kids in one of these on a main road needs their head looked at

MummyMoo;4557642

Looks like a good discount / price but there is no way in this world that … Looks like a good discount / price but there is no way in this world that I would put my two little ones in a capsule a few inches off the ground with absolutely no protection against cars, vans, lorries etc!!Good for CentreParcs tho!!



Well said

Have you ever noticed how terrified little kids look in these? I predict therapy required in later life! :thumbsup:

Good price, btw.

Dub1;4559055

he is nearly 3 but tall



How tall is 1 but?

£79.90 delivered on fleabay

Banned

MummyMoo;4557642

Looks like a good discount / price but there is no way in this world that … Looks like a good discount / price but there is no way in this world that I would put my two little ones in a capsule a few inches off the ground with absolutely no protection against cars, vans, lorries etc!!Good for CentreParcs tho!!



Do you put them in a pushchair and stand next to a zebra crossing? That is almost as risky near us!

mabccc;4559298

Do you put them in a pushchair and stand next to a zebra crossing? That … Do you put them in a pushchair and stand next to a zebra crossing? That is almost as risky near us!



Yes - NEXT to a zebra crossing. Everybody has to take calculated risks just to get through life and I think it's irresponsible to suggest that there is any comparison between using this trailer on a road and waiting until it's safe to cross a road.

mabccc;4559298

Do you put them in a pushchair and stand next to a zebra crossing? That … Do you put them in a pushchair and stand next to a zebra crossing? That is almost as risky near us!



Good point - unfortunately true - I used to have to queue waiting to pull out close to a Zebra crossing - I'd see at least one car every day drive through the crossing with people on it.

You could argue that in a buggy behind your bike is safer than walking 'free' down the street - personally I'd take the bike and buggy to the nearest park by car.

sparkyIreland;4559129

Ohh dear me cyclists are just a nuisance :lol:Anyone that would pull … Ohh dear me cyclists are just a nuisance :lol:Anyone that would pull their kids in one of these on a main road needs their head looked at



Especially when most cyclists no longer seem to use lights!

I have one of these and my 3 year old daughter loves it. I don't trust the drivers round here so wouldn't take her on a busy road. Brilliant for bike rides and for camping. When its in jogger mode its brilliant for going off road or on the beach as the tyres are pneumatic. I would recommend

Dub1 I would either go for one of these or one of those seats you can put on your bike crossbar.

Heres me and mine

http://i185.photobucket.com/albums/x27/donnydude77/Photo-0009-1.jpg

Dave-T;4559784

Especially when most cyclists no longer seem to use lights!



I know why is that? I hate when your in traffic and a cyclist blocks one lane, then when you finally get round him and stop at the lights its like no no!!!!! He sails through the red light then you have to do it all over again

What would you say would be the best thing for my little one, he is … What would you say would be the best thing for my little one, he is nearly 3 but tall, i want some sort of seat for my biek so he can sit on it while i peddle, it will only be in a park, but to get there ill have to go via 2 roads, any ideas ?


I have one of these ( paid £25 for it second hand, no way would I pay £220!), for my two kiddies, one age 5 and one age 3, they are both very tall for their age and fit fine.
There is NO WAY I would consider taking it on a busy road though, we live in very rural countryside, so it is great for where we live, except the children do occasionally get hit by small stones coming off the back tyre, if they dont have the window up! (Don`t call the social services on me it only happen once, and it was a very small rock!! lol! :))

:)Do they come in adult size???:)

Dub1;4559055

What would you say would be the best thing for my little one, he is … What would you say would be the best thing for my little one, he is nearly 3 but tall, i want some sort of seat for my biek so he can sit on it while i peddle, it will only be in a park, but to get there ill have to go via 2 roads, any ideas ?



I like trailer bikes as the child gets some exercise too:

whycycle.co.uk/cyc…es/

I paid £35 for mine from ebay brand new 1 yr ago.

Won't somebody think of the children?!

Hot deal.

Have one myself, and shock horror, have used it on a road.

I know I'm as bad as Beverley Allitt, but we can't all read the Daily Mail now can we?

Let's hope Darwin is right!

sparkyIreland;4560022

I know why is that? I hate when your in traffic and a cyclist blocks … I know why is that? I hate when your in traffic and a cyclist blocks one lane, then when you finally get round him and stop at the lights its like no no!!!!! He sails through the red light then you have to do it all over again



Broad generalizations. Most cyclists I see in Surrey wear helmets, and have lights and have all the proper gear. It seems a very cycle sensible place.

I drive a car, ride a motorbike, cycle, run and power walk (when Mrs wont run )
I see way more plonkers in cars, then I ever do on motorbikes (although there are loony bikers), way before cyclists are bad.

Driving a push bike and taking an extra lane is similar to what you do on a motorbike. Its driving/riding aggressively defensive. It indeed makes "you" take care going round me and makes you notice me the cyclist.
Cyclist shouldn't red light jump, unless its across a busy multi lane section of street, when it sometimes is safer to get over the crossing first (although cyclist forums often debate this heatedly)

Car drivers do have this pathetic "jealous" streak if they see cyclists get ahead of them at lights, which I just don't understand. Within 1 minute the car will be long gone, and the cyclists are just doing what they can in order not to get mown down. Car drivers need to grow up a bit and realize they don't have a god given right to be in front of the cyclist just because they pay road tax or are "bigger". Juvenile mentality and one reason we have so many needless deaths.

Seems like a lot of generalisations, there are ********s all around, what form of transport they adopt is immaterial, there are more cars on the road than any other type of transport, QED.

around £59 last year at costco, and they can sit two kids, expect they will have them back in in a few weeks

This looks very similar to one I bought from Halfords before Xmas and we took it to centre parks, I paid 75, though ?

Got mine on fleabay a couple of years ago for £45 quid delivered from Germany. It looks identical to the cybercheckout one.

Great for Centre Parcs but my eldest (tall nearly 5 year old - last year) was touching the roof with his head - though he is 'all' body and short legs. He had to scrunch down with a helmet on (which you will need if there are two kids in there - one bump in the roag = two bumped heads in the buggy). Oh and they are pretty heavy (all steel frame) even without kids, so avoid hills if you are an occasional biker like me.
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