Safely and comfortably transports up to two children
Lightweight steel construction
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has helmet pocket
Pros:\nIt was easy to assemble, fits two small children, quite light to pull it, great costumer service, warning flag is included\nMost importantly: It has a helmet pocket.\nThe company should put this detail in the description, since it is an important feature. (Helmet pocket allows your child to wear a helmet and ride comfortably in the trailer. Most inexpensive trailers has a flat seat area, so the child has to tilt his\/her head forward to make room for the helmet)\nIf you put one child in it in the middle, I recommend to put a small pillow behind the child's back, since the helmet pocket is closed there.\nCons:\nIt cannot be attached to my husband's old bike
I ordered this and a bicycle online from Wal-Mart for in store pickup. It arrived in about a week.\nAssembly was vary easy. Just 1 pin and a bolt with a hand tighten knob to adjust the handle up or down and snap the wheels in place. It's a little smaller then I expected but so far I haven't needed a bigger one.\nThere is a small hitch bracket that attaches permanently to the bike by removing the left rear axle nut on the bike and slipping the bracket over the axle and reattaching the nut. After that to hitch or unhitch the trailer to the bike you simply remove or insert a hitch pin.\nThe trailer doesn't hold the bike upright and riding the bike with trailer attached you don't even know the trailer is there.\nThe trailer tracks slightly wider then the handle bars of the bike but unless your riding along a curb it isn't a problem.\nThe wheels don't have fenders and I've noticed the tires tend to throw small pea sized stones onto the cover or in the trailer if the cover isn't on which isn't much of a problem but I assume if your riding in wet weather the wheels will spray water up onto the trailer. I haven't used it in wet weather yet.\nThe trailer is divided into 2 compartments, the top can be rolled back from the front compartment but the top is permanently attached to the middle divider so it can't be rolled back off the rear compartment. This means you have to slip items under the cover from the side and will limit the size of items you can put in. I haven't used the rear compartment yet. The most I've carried in the trailer so far is 3 gals. of milk (about 25 lbs.) about 2 miles across town with out any problems and still lots of room for other things.\nTo make myself more visible to other vehicles I added a bike safety flag to the trailer by simply loosening a bolt on the rear corner of the trailer that holds the frame together, inserting the flag bracket between the 2 frame pieces, over the bolt and retightening the bolt.\nI'm vary happy with this trailer.