Halfords Double child bike trailer £99
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Halfords Double child bike trailer £99

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bobo53

worth the price and therefore a deal, but only some irresponsible parents … worth the price and therefore a deal, but only some irresponsible parents would use this in the streets



Oh no. We wouldn't want Fifi and Horatio to be late to school when mummy's Chelsea tractor was being held up by the loony lefties towing one of these...
If people (car drivers) learnt to SHARE the road then there would be any danger towing a cycle trailer.
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worth the price and therefore a deal, but only some irresponsible parents would use this in the streets
yeah i wouldnt be wanting to use this on the roads, not unless i could find a good deal on a big load of cotton wool to pack them in
bobo53

worth the price and therefore a deal, but only some irresponsible parents … worth the price and therefore a deal, but only some irresponsible parents would use this in the streets


Better or worse than having them veering all over the road on their own bikes?
I have one of these, had it about three years.. Only use it (with my 4 and 2 year old daughters) on cycle paths, defiantly don't go any where near any roads with this, but it's smiles all round from passers by, the little girls and me!

Folds neatly away for storage as well, think I paid about £125 for mine so heat from me!
Be aware that when they have their 3 for 2 on accessories these are included! Ok so what would you do with 3 of them for £198.... but the point is they can be effectively cheaper in that offer.
I had the single seat version for my 2 daughter's, they had no problem sitting side by side as they were quite slim, used it every day for about 4 years to get them to school and back each day, 2 mile round trip, only stopped using it as they got to about 9 years old they wanted to start riding there own bikes. The advantage of the single seat version was it was much easier to manovor and ride on the kerb for short distances etc. Ideal in winter as although I got wet some mornings my daughter's stayed dry.
​And where else are they supposed to be used? We had one and used with both our boys for about 4 years without issue. I'm guessing where we live is a lot quieter in the roads than where you are.
I tow my son on a tailgator all over London, though we do try and use cycle lanes
bobo53

worth the price and therefore a deal, but only some irresponsible parents … worth the price and therefore a deal, but only some irresponsible parents would use this in the streets


Just like the irresponsible parents who drive their children around in ordinary cars instead of Chelsea tractors?
bobo53

worth the price and therefore a deal, but only some irresponsible parents … worth the price and therefore a deal, but only some irresponsible parents would use this in the streets



Oh no. We wouldn't want Fifi and Horatio to be late to school when mummy's Chelsea tractor was being held up by the loony lefties towing one of these...
If people (car drivers) learnt to SHARE the road then there would be any danger towing a cycle trailer.
is there built in WiFi or somewhere to mount a dvd player in one of these?
I use this on the back of our Vauxhall Corsa as can't afford a full on 7 seater since we had the twins.
boostii

I use this on the back of our Vauxhall Corsa as can't afford a full on 7 … I use this on the back of our Vauxhall Corsa as can't afford a full on 7 seater since we had the twins.


A offer if £350 should get you in this

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Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 15th Apr 2017
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I had the single seat version for my 2 daughter's, they had no problem … I had the single seat version for my 2 daughter's, they had no problem sitting side by side as they were quite slim, used it every day for about 4 years to get them to school and back each day, 2 mile round trip, only stopped using it as they got to about 9 years old they wanted to start riding there own bikes. The advantage of the single seat version was it was much easier to manovor and ride on the kerb for short distances etc. Ideal in winter as although I got wet some mornings my daughter's stayed dry.



Your daughter's what?
Looks to be a very good price
Diabolical death trap. Cold
I would like an adult sized one so I can take sick or ill adults on a ride but a tandem/pedicab may sort that out.

Bikes are great. So are cars.
shaddow

Diabolical death trap. Cold



Too true cars are diabolical death traps.
think i will get one,hook it up to my harley.then take my mother in law a quick spin down the m6
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Do kids need to wear helmets while in the trailer?
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