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09-09-2008, 04:52 PM
Help? Lol, I got my stroller info down but have never researched bike trailers.
I have a brand new MBUS that we used a few times and don't care for. So I am trying to sell it and *maybe* get a trailer/stroller combo to use.
09-09-2008, 05:19 PM
We're looking at Chariots. My husband likes to cycle, and I'd like to run again, so the design of the Chariots seems best for us. (I've seen similar styles; one brand we saw often while living in Germany was Croozer.) They're quite common around here, and two of our neighbours have Chariots.
09-09-2008, 11:38 PM
The Chariot is very popular here, likely because it's Canadian-made, and I know several people that have them and like them a lot. Very good friends have the single, with all the accessories (ski, running, cycling, stroller, baby sling). We were thinking on going that route ourselves but were kindly loaned a Burley for cycling and have so far been happy with it.
09-10-2008, 04:18 PM
Hi there :) I have heard of Chariot and have seen a croozer at WDL. Burley is VERY popular around here.
I guess I'll have to go & check them out IRL. See what DD might sit in and what would fit our sitch best.
Thanks for your help!
09-10-2008, 05:27 PM
Ok, the cutest thing ever is the Burley Ladybug from last year. We got the regular Burley, but I may get the lady bug cover accessory just to make me go running with it.
DD was not thrilled as a rider at 12-16 mos, but she was happy with it right after that. DH loves biking with it.
09-14-2008, 04:42 AM
We have a Schwinn bike trailer (Trailblazer), and I LOVE it as a bike trailer. A big thing for us was that it folds flat for storage/transport. It has many different strap adjustments to make the seat and harness just right. Also, this was a pretty economical choice for us...
One thing to note: it has a detachable front wheel (plastic & smaller), which is nice, but the reaction time would not be considered great for regular jogging (which we don't use it for) - for others, this could be a thing to look into.
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