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Tote your children around in style with this premium aluminum 2 child bicycle trailer that easily converts to a stroller. It's the perfect way to transport up to two children (up to 50 pounds each) safely and comfortably. Quick and easy assembly and universal coupler attaches to most bicycles. Has a large front and side windows so your passengers can enjoy the ride and 20-Inch inflated rear wheels with a foot bed insert to protect your passenger's feet from bumps in the road. Includes an adjustable jogger handle and swivel front wheel, safety harness, rain and bug shield and safety flag. Folding design and quick release wheels makes it easy to store and transport.
Tote your children around town in style with the Allen premium two-child bicycle trailer. The trailer features a lightweight aluminum frame that safely transports up to two kids at once, along with 20-inch inflated rear wheels and a foot bed insert to keep them comfortable on bumpy terrain. As a result, you can safely bring your kids along on a recreational bike ride or a trip to the farmer's market. The trailer also includes large front and side windows to give your kids an entertaining view of the world outside as you ride. And once you arrive at your destination, the trailer quickly converts to a stroller, with an adjustable jogger handle and swiveling front wheel for easy sauntering.
The trailer includes such additional features as a safety harness, a rain and bug shield, a safety flag, and quick-release wheels for easy storage. The Allen bicycle trailer--which supports two children at 50 pounds each--comes with a universal coupler that attaches to most bicycles.
About Allen Bike Racks Started out of founder Dick Allen's garage in 1967, Allen Sports is committed to producing the highest-quality, easiest-to-use bike, parking, and storage racks on the market. Dick Allen, a onetime aerospace engineer, opened Allen Sports after building a prototype bike carrier in his Lincoln, Massachusetts, shop in his free time. The bike enthusiast tested the trunk-mounted carrier--made of electrical conduit, metal strapping, and fire hose casings (for padding)--on weekend excursions. Shortly afterward, Allen took his design to consumers, moving from local to national sales by 1971. Today, the company owns more than three dozen patents and operates three warehouses nationally, two factories abroad, and sells products in more than a dozen countries around the world.