At what age is it okay for a child to be pulled by a bike trailer?
What is the upper age group this could be used with?salvage_bikes said:I had no idea what a Weehoo was. It sounds like something out of a Dr. Seuss book. It looks really cool though! A recumbent trail-a-bike, with a seat bar/retention system. Genius!
$300-400 though. (ouch)
What is the upper age group this could be used with?
good dad !!!!!!!i've had my daughter in the weehoo since she was 2 and a half. Yup but when you look at the prices of chariot/croozer trailers, it is cheap!
I look at it this way:
I spend $300 on a trailer for my daughter.
$300 gets me:
my daughter exercise
save gas on the cage
Quality time with my daughter.
Best $300 spent on cycling.
I also got her the canopy for it since we ride in the sun and she is very fair skinned. Even with sunblock, why take a chance?
I hope it's fun all around! I recently got to pull my 2-yo niece in her trailer, and it was a lot of fun. Also surprisingly intimidating to have live cargo instead of the groceries or other ballast I normally pull.My daughter is going for her 1st trailer (Burley Bee) ride tomorrow. 11 month old. Helmet worn of course.