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child bike attachement?(5 posts)

child bike attachement?gsxrawd
Aug 3, 2002 6:00 PM
I'm looking for the product that attach a children's bike to your bike. I forgot who make it, it attaches on to the seat post some how and at the end of it it's a little bike for a kid. Any one know what that's called, who makes it or have a URL for it? thanks
re: child bike attachement?jcheyney
Aug 3, 2002 6:12 PM
There are several. Trek makes a version. There is another version called Trail-a-Bike. Some attach to the seatpost, others attach via a connector that clamps onto a rack.
Adams makes the trail-a-bike...salmonwheel
Aug 4, 2002 5:35 AM
but there are several options. I'd be surprised if Burly didn't make one. Kent makes one and so does allycat forcheaper options. I'd do an internet search for trailer bike and you'll find several brands. From the company websites you can often search for a dealer in your area or online.
LBS was out so I ended up buying the Adams at REI.djg
Aug 5, 2002 12:18 PM
I expect that they'd ship one to you if you couldn't find it locally.
8 seconds in the saddleakatdog
Aug 4, 2002 11:50 AM
May I make a suggestion after you get your kids pony hooked up to your fine steed remember whos back there. A couple days ago I witnessed a father giving his kid the ride of his life. In an effort to make the next light he stood up and pumped throwing his bike in the classic side to side motion. It was all the kid could do to keep from being bucked of. With his teeth gritted he held on like a champ. I almost honked my horn to give the little guy the bailout buzzer. (I get whiplash just thinking about it.) Anyway be safe and have fun enjoying the sport with your little one.

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