Raleigh Bike Trailer for kids £63.99 delivered FREE @ Amazon
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Raleigh Bike Trailer for kids £63.99 delivered FREE @ Amazon

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Found 13th Jun 2009
My 1st post, so here goes.....


Product Features


Durable & compact
Comes with rain cover
Ideal for touring
Maximum capacity 70lbs/31.8kg
Suitable for up to age 5
Safety flag

These are great for those summer days out with the kiddies... Been looking around for a while and Halfords and argos are both around £100. Plus it's from raleigh, so i'd imagine it'll be fairly good quality.

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welcome and here is a pic for you!

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41mgElKEOwL._SS500_.jpg

Original Poster

thank you - i was struggling to get it on....

does anyone have a picture of the inside of these? I really want one to transport my disabled son, but am unsure of whether he'd be able to sit in it!

I think this is what the inside looks like.



http://www.zetacity.com/insidethetardis/gallery/tardisint_secondary.jpg

oh cool, I can fit in there too then, save me having to ride a bike as well

honeyb35;5485229

does anyone have a picture of the inside of these? I really want one to … does anyone have a picture of the inside of these? I really want one to transport my disabled son, but am unsure of whether he'd be able to sit in it!



I have a bike trailer, not this exact one and its been really useful and we have gone on a few great bike rides but its not the easiest of things to fasten your lo's into ;-)
But i have two boys aged 35 months and 15 months and its only with my younger one i have the problems, its as if he is slouching the whole time hes in it .

This is an excellent price for brand new im sure its £99.99 in Argos (i could be wrong of course :-D)

VERY GOOD PRICE.

Good post OP.

Thanks.

Heat added.

voted hot, dont know why people are voting cold as I think this is a good price, good first post thanks

Original Poster

thanks for the extra info rizla....

I bought one of these from cstco a couple of years back and they are great. The fact that they fold so falt when not in use is a bonus as storage is a brezze. Also the space behind the child / children is big enought for a few bags of shopping. The side act a bit like a roll cage but I still ensure my son wears a helmet.

If you want one quicka nd are a costco member they are doing a slightly differnt modle now that has a whell at the from and a push bar at the back so you can cycle to the seaside, park the big and then push the trailer a bit like a buggy, great if you have really young kids who would other wise need a pushchair.

texfitz;5485606

thanks for the extra info rizla....


My Pleasure but decided to remove it now as it was copyrighted. Ooopps.:)

*roosterpots*;5485388

I have a bike trailer, not this exact one and its been really useful and … I have a bike trailer, not this exact one and its been really useful and we have gone on a few great bike rides but its not the easiest of things to fasten your lo's into ;-)But i have two boys aged 35 months and 15 months and its only with my younger one i have the problems, its as if he is slouching the whole time hes in it .This is an excellent price for brand new im sure its £99.99 in Argos (i could be wrong of course :-D)



Thanks for that, still unsure sadly, he's 4 so not sure if he'd be too big, he has head control but is uunable to sit unaided.
I think I might try and get somewhere to see one properly first, and hope theres still some of these for sale!
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