The Best Bike Trailer For Adults With Special Needs

10 Top Rated Bike Trailer For Adults With Special Needs

1
Weehoo Blast Bike Trailer ( Bike Trailer)
Product Highlights:
  • suitable for children ages 1-4
  • load capacity of 80lbs/36kg
  • fits one passenger
2
Weehoo AllWeather Shell (All-Weather Shell)
Product Highlights:
  • recommended use: cycling
  • protect your child from the sun or rain
  • turn your next hot ride into a shady one
3
Mantis 67520 TriRad Folding ( 16 Inch Frame, Unisex, Blue)
Product Highlights:
  • frame/fork: folding steel frame with steel suspension fork. age range- 12 years and up
  • wheels/tires: aluminum rim with 20 x 1.75 inch white wall kenda tires
  • drivetrain: single speed, one piece crank. front alloy linear pull brake with parking brake
4
WeeRide CoPilot Bike Trailer ( Trailer, White)
Product Highlights:
  • sturdy bike trailer for teaching your child how to ride a bike
  • attaches quickly and easily to almost any bike with a seat post. it is made of heavy-duty steel.
  • acts just like a regular bike, with handlebars, seat, and pedals
5
Schwinn Meridian Full Size ( Size Bike Trike, Blue)
Product Highlights:
  • low, step through adult full-size aluminum tricycle frame. 1 speed for men or women, trike. haul it all or just a little extra balance.
  • swept back handlebars that adjust from 37 to 40 inch height.need a third wheel for some extra balance; or maybe you just need to haul stuff
  • alloy 26 inch diameter wheels. fits a variety of adult riders up to 5'10" tall.holds up to: 300.0 pounds
6
Weehoo Venture Bike Trailer ( Bike Trailer)
Product Highlights:
  • suitable for children ages 2-9
  • load capacity of 80lbs/36kg
  • fits one passenger
7
Schwinn Joyrider Double Bicycle ( Bicycle Trailer, Red)
Product Highlights:
  • take your loved ones with you everywhere with this schwinn joyrider double bicycle trailer which features aluminum/steel frame construction for a safer, lightweight ride
  • stand up to the elements with a 2-in-1 canopy which includes a bug screen and a weather shield, so you can protect your little passengers from weather that won't cooperate
  • it's 20-inch quick release wheels and folding frame makes preparing for your next adventure and storing your trailer both hassle free
8
InStep QuickNEZ Double Seat ( 16-Inch Wheels, For Kids And Children, Orange)
Product Highlights:
  • take your child along for the ride with the instep quick-n-ez double tow-behind bike trailer carrier
  • 16-inch pneumatic tires with molded rims provide performance, safety, and timeless style. a five-point harness ensures your riders are protected in both tow and stroller mode
  • the folding-frame design and quick-release wheel make for quick and easy assembly, storage, and transport
9
Clevr Red Collapsible 2 ( Cart Bike | Suspension & Pivot Front Wheel)
Product Highlights:
  • use as a bike trailer, stroller and jogger: the convenient 3-in-1 design converts into a bike trailer, stroller, or jogger. it has a removable pivoting front wheel making it universally compatible with most bikes. suggested minimum child age 18 months
  • disassembles to fold flat for storage and transportation. (in order to fold, the handlebar, safety knobs, and safety pins need to be removed. wheels can be removed for more compact folding size)
  • universal bike hitch to rear axle included. trailer remains upright even if bike tips over (the front wheel needs to be removed when using as a bike trailer)
10
Burley Design Travoy Bike ( Commuter Trailer)
Product Highlights:
  • lightweight bike trailer with easy to use seat post hitch; comes with basic cargo/storage bag, tie-down straps, and hitch assembly included
  • carries up to 60-pounds of cargo with a 45-degree angled design for even weight distribution
  • folds down into a compact, briefcase sized tote

Emily Miller

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