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16 x 9.9 x 17.5 inches ; 1.92 ounces
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9.9
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Buyer's Reviews 1035

This product saved my child's life! A few days ago, we were riding bicycles, me and my 2-year-old boy (about 3 years old). He was sitting in this seat behind me when a madman was riding his bike (he said he didn't see him in front of him!) Oh, broke into us! We all fell immediately. I had two shoulder injuries (broken) and went to the hospital and had to undergo surgery on my right shoulder. My child came out with very slight bruises. There's nothing! He was attached to his seat all the time, and even when the bike fell off, he was fine. He cried because he was afraid, but he soon stopped crying because he didn't hurt anything. Thanks to this product, he is safe! Very good product! Thank you!

26 x 14 x 9 inches ; 3.68 pounds
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9.3
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Buyer's Reviews 648

Love this carrier! I studied it for a few days, initially considering that the carrier's position was different from that of other positive carriers, and I was skeptical about it. I was tied between this man and the weaver. But reading his comments, many people complained of hitting a seat or bowing their legs while riding a bike. With this seat, you don't have to sit on bow legs at all. I am 5 feet 8 inches tall and mounted on a 27.5 mountain bike. My daughter is 27 months old, 36 inches, 30 pounds. And she has room to grow in the carrier. I like when I ride my bike, she's right next to me, she can secretly kiss and talk to her about what she sees when we ride our bike. You just need to adapt to the extra weight in front, but beyond that, it's safe, easy to install and easy to remove. I can't finish it. Great!

24.4 x 8.3 x 15 inches ; 6.44 pounds
9.0
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Buyer's Reviews 333

I've never written a comment on anything. When I was asked by the 100th person in town, I felt I had to write one for this product, where I got the baby bike. I haven't seen anyone have this type of bike seat for their children. I live in a university town (the university has about 10000 students), and the town itself has a population of about 30, 000. Needless to say, I rode every inch of our town day and night with my youngest child (see attached photo). Also note that I always wear him on my helmet, and I suggest you do the same. I'll talk about that later. This photo is just a picture. In the picture, my son is 15 months old, and I've been sitting in this seat since he was about 11 months old. (if I had taken this seat earlier, I would have rode him earlier!) I believe the rated weight of this seat is 32 pounds (my son is about 22 pounds in the attached picture). My seat is mounted on a full-size adult Trek mountain bike. I am 6 feet tall and weigh about 200 pounds. The rally took about 15 minutes (there were some YouTube videos, if you need it, but it was very straightforward), I was riding a bike with my two teenagers, and the little guy in this seat, I didn't have any problems. For my size, my barley must keep my legs a little wider and no longer really notice. Last summer, this seat was really convenient in our teenage baseball and softball games. I have seen countless parents trying to entertain their babies / toddlers or avoid crawling.

18 x 12 x 19 inches ; 8 pounds
Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
8.6
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Buyer's Reviews 511

Because of some of the comments here, I hesitated for hours and studied for hours, but I must tell you, I am glad I went with my courage. I was 5 feet tall, which would never interfere with my vision or affect my knees on my beach cruiser. And I'm not bothering my 5-foot-9 husband. Now take my daughter with me to my daily cycling, I am very excited.

30.9 x 12 x 16.8 inches
8.6
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Buyer's Reviews 585

The children's seats on bicycles are amazing! The strap had to be modified to support it, but the seat was strong, and my grandson had hours of outdoor fun with his family! And affordable! This is a direct installation-by a grandmother!

Buyer's Reviews 76

This seat far exceeded my expectations! Sure, you have to learn to ride something different to do this, but it's well worth the effort. I also use trailers, which is by far the best and affordable option. The memory of using this seat is worth it. It also fits my fat car frame. My 4-year-old has been traveling all day, and he has never complained once.

17.7 x 15.8 x 32.7 inches ; 10.2 pounds
This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
7.9
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Buyer's Reviews 159

I bought this seat for my 2.5-year-old son, who is very old. He and his sister sat in the trailer before buying a seat. My husband installed seats on my Surly Long Remote Trucker travel steel bike. My son likes to sit high and have a better view. He pointed out excitedly what he saw. We ran about 15 miles in our seats. It takes a little time to adapt to bike handling with seats, and changed gravity, reminiscent of riding with a large saddle bag. The seat has good elasticity and makes the child feel comfortable. I think the same rebound makes me feel a little unstable sometimes, but I think it's just a feeling that I haven't lost control of my bike at any time. My son is about 30-35 pounds, so he is a heavy child, so even on the hill, I sweat in my grandmother's gear. It's definitely a good idea to have those simple gears, just like they're traveling bicycles.

Buyer's Reviews 82

The rack / carrier is not suitable for my 26'MTB (purple road owner from Wal-Mart). The pole with two holes is two long. I cut the two holes with a hacksaw. I bought $12.99 from Lowes. Once it's connected, you have to drill a new hole and put it in the light bulb, which makes it easier. In general, I like it just to make it healthy and level and doing extra work is a pain. My daughter is 2 years old, 25 pounds, and has a lot of room to grow up.

32.3 x 18 x 15.8 inches ; 10.2 pounds
7.5
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Buyer's Reviews 88

I, like many other parents looking at such products, am absolutely determined to keep my children safe when they ride their bikes. However, I also understand that protecting your child's safety is not just about the seat, but about the comfort of the rider when using the seat, or whether the seat causes other problems, such as obstructing vision or forcing you to ride in a position that does not normally adapt to the bad design / position of the seat. There are many factors that can affect the accident. In addition, I spend a lot of time thinking about whether I want my children in front of me (seats installed on bicycles) or behind me (fenders or one of those taxi-style seats). In the final analysis, this is a personal decision, because each style has its advantages and disadvantages. I use the fender style because I have the following ideas: (1) I don't like the taxi style behind the bike, because I've been imagining a scene where I'm walking through an intersection when someone cuts off my child's taxi because they don't see (2) I don't like the idea of the stem installation style in front of you, because you have to arch your body in an awkward way. Reach out from your seat, or extend your hand further to get to the handle railing. (2) I don't like the idea of the stem installation style in front of you, because you have to arch your body in an awkward way, reach out from your seat, or extend your hand farther to get to the handle. In fact, some of them require you to have a wide style handle to accommodate them properly. With this, I decided to choose the fender style because I like that I can still reach back with one hand, and my daughter is in the same place.

20.5 x 15.9 x 33 inches ; 13.5 pounds
7.0
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Buyer's Reviews 43

I bought it earlier this summer and wanted to wait a few weeks (and ride) before posting a quick comment. The overall quality is good, strong, and quite easy to install. To install the YouTube rack, visit Topeak because it contains very bad instructions (I deduct points alone). I have a 28-month-old child who is 70% tall / heavy and is a good fit in her seat, however, I doubt she will be fit next summer. I also found that the "foot straps" were poorly designed, and it was easier to install an "elastic belt" than the useless nylon buckles that followed. I included a picture of my beautiful wife and princess, they like it very much! I bought a separate shelf for my bike so that we could exchange seats.

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Product Dimensions 16 x 9.9 x 17.5 inches ; 1.92 ounces 26 x 14 x 9 inches ; 3.68 pounds 24.4 x 8.3 x 15 inches ; 6.44 pounds 18 x 12 x 19 inches ; 8 pounds 30.9 x 12 x 16.8 inches - 17.7 x 15.8 x 32.7 inches ; 10.2 pounds - 32.3 x 18 x 15.8 inches ; 10.2 pounds 20.5 x 15.9 x 33 inches ; 13.5 pounds
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