We have used a “tag a long” on the back of my bike for MANY years! Having so many little kids we have many times had 3 kids that could not ride a bike and only 2 will fit in the bike trailer, so we use a tag a long for the older one.
We ride bikes ALL THE TIME and when I had mine out the other night I had 3 people stop me and ask about our tag a long.
Currently my 7 year old rides with me. She can ride a bike but isn’t very confident and if we go as a family she has a hard time keeping up and gets frustrated and so we stick her on the tag a long. My husband pulls the trailer with the 2 smaller kids.
I ride her to school most mornings on it, and then I ride home with it empty without any problems. My 4 year old rides on it as well and does really good!
The WeeRide Co-Pilot above is on sale for $69, marked down from $119 and will ship for free.
- Sturdy bike trailer for teaching your child how to ride a bike
- Attaches quickly and easily to almost any bike with a seat post
- Acts just like a regular bike, with handlebars, seat, and pedals
- Quick-release detachment system; safety flag and handlebar pad
- Holds up to 75 pounds; weighs 24 pounds; recommended for ages 4 to 9
Go HERE to take a look!
This model above is the Trail A Bike jr. Compact Folder for $176.75 (was $196) and will ship for free as well.
- Compact “Trail-A-Bike” tandem riding system with folding frame–accommodates riders with a 2-inch shorter inseam than larger model
- Shorter reach, shorter cranks, smaller chain ring and a narrower handlebar for smaller riders
- Lower center of gravity gives parents and children increased stability
- Attaches easily to the seat post of most adult bikes so parents and child can share pedaling
- For ages 3 to 5 years old; 85 pound load capacity; lifetime warranty
If you have any questions about using one of these I would be happy to answer them, we have had one for a long time and love it!