ghostgum wrote:My one would fit a road bike, provided the seat post suits one of the shims. I wouldn't do it with a carbon seat post.
Get one with a coupling that does not have too much slack, like mine. I also think mine is a bit heavy, but then if the youngster is pedaling (as they do occasionally) you don't notice the extra weight.
mtb101 wrote:Don't use the type, where an 'arm' attaches from the seat post to a normal kids bike, poor ride quality and control...
mtb101 wrote:... re park use, my approach is if they can ride at the park they can ride to the park.
mtb101 wrote:The trailgator we tried had the kid in a permenent wheel stand position, yes ok for shorter distances, but they'll be fatigued trying to hang on for a day!
tonyk wrote:I've had good success with our trailgator. It did take take me a few hours of careful setting up to get it mounted ideally.
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