Item # WEH000D
Weehoo iGo Two Bike Trailer $525.00
Fun-loving kid carrier.
Maximizing fun with its front passenger pedals and open cockpit design, the Weehoo iGo Two Bike Trailer alleviates boredom and mid-ride meltdowns when you're cruising around town and exploring backwoods paths. It fits kids from two to nine years old and tows up to 80 pounds of total weight. Buckled straps and grippy handles provide security and safety, with the front passenger enjoying the fun sensation of pedaling with rotating strap pedals. The rear passenger gets a solid, strap-down platform for safety and comfort on longer rides. The iGo Two Bike Trailer's well-balanced design promotes easy-towing behind your bike, attaching to cylindrical seatposts ranging from 25.1mm to 31.9mm. Plus, its redesigned seat offers tool-free adjustments when you're hauling different sized kids.
- A tow-child bike trailer that adds engagement to their ride
- Front seat features a crankset and pedals
- Tool-free adjustments keep both passengers comfortable
- Attaches to round seatposts ranging from 25.1 to 31.9mm
- Total weight capacity tops out at 80lb
- Recommended for children ranging from 2-9 years old
Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.
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Where do the kids put their feet? Are they at danger of dragging their feet or getting them caught in the chain
I was wondering how big kids need to be to ride the weehoo. Also, would it fit a 27.5 inch mountain bike wheel? I am specifically looking at the weehoo igo two.
Average instructions, but great trailer
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I received my trailer three days ago and my kids are loving it.
I mainly wanted to put up this review because I had a bit of a hard time assembling it and wanted to save other buyers some grief. Upon assembly, you may notice that the screws are very hard to screw in and that the seat bracket bolts don't go through the holes. This was confirmed by Weehoo to be normal. There's thread lock in the screw holes, which makes things harder and the seat bracket bolts need to be wiggled around to go through (I suggest you do this before fitting the seat on the trailer). Instructions are not very detailed and don't offer close-ups of steps or parts.
After solving these issues, assembly is quick and the trailer works like a charm. I haul a 35 pound four year old and a 25 pound two year old without much issue. It is a bit wobbly at first, but you quicly get used to the feel. Bike paths around here are very bumpy and I much prefer the Weehoo to my previous side by side tandem trailer.
My oldest, who normally always wants to spend his evenings riding his bike , has been asking me to take him for rides in the trailer instead since we got it.