The Best Weehoo Kids Turbo Bicycle Trailer

10 Top Rated Weehoo Kids Turbo Bicycle Trailer

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Weehoo IGo Turbo Bicycle ( Trailer 2015 Model)
Product Highlights:
  • for 2015 we have a newly designed main frame, seat back and base, pedal straps, snap pins, and connection arm curvature to accommodate more adult bicycle types
  • enjoy hours of meltdown-free riding with the igo, igo venture, or igo two - kids are free to eat, sleep, pedal, or just sit back and enjoy the ride while safely secured in the trailer
  • fits ages 2 to 9 with quickly adjustable seat - maximum seat weight limit and total weight limit of 80 lbs
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Weehoo IGo Kickstand Bike ( Two, Venture, Cargo))
Product Highlights:
  • for all 2015 and newer igo models (blast, turbo, two, venture, cargo)
  • only works with square frame igo's
  • adjustable legs for different bike heights
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Weehoo 2016 IGo Blast ( Bicycle Trailer)
Product Highlights:
  • safe, engaging, and fun, you and your kids will have a blast on long rides, around town, on singletrack, and everywhere else a bike can take you
  • enjoy meltdown-free riding with the weehoo igo blast
  • fits ages 1 to 4 with quickly adjustable seat and harness
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Weehoo IGo Two (iGo Two)
Product Highlights:
  • suitable for children ages 2-9
  • load capacity of 80lbs/36kg
  • fits 1-2 passengers
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Weehoo Venture 2015 (Venture 2015)
Product Highlights:
  • the venture boasts an added cargo rack and 40 liters of pannier storage
  • for 2015 we have a newly designed main frame, seat back and base, pedal straps, snap pins, and connection arm curvature to accommodate more adult bicycle types
  • the igo turbo, igo venture, and igo two pedal system allows children to get great exercise while being safely secured in the trailer

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