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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Safe and engaged. My six year old has aspbergers and an anxiety disorder so getting him to ride a bike independently has been a challenge. Regular bike trailers were fine but we didn't like that he wasn't actively participating and when we tried the ride along style bike he was constantly worried about cars and that he would fall. Enter the weehoo. This thing is amazing. The pedals allow him to actively ride but the seat and harness combat any of his fears about falling. He's so comfortable he doesn't even worry about any cars that pass us, a major anxiety maker for him. Thank you weehoo for making such an awesome product, it's been a life changer.
Date published: 2016-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Product and Amazing Customer Service! I purchased our Weehoo 2 years ago this month. Since then it has been pulled along behind my mountain bike on hundreds of miles of forest trails. It is durable and well constructed having been put to the test on lots of rocky and muddy trails. It has allowed me to keep riding the singletracks with my toddler in tow. Our Weehoo has been worth every penny! My bike was stolen last month with the Weehoo hitch attached to the seat post. When I called Weehoo to find out about replacing the part, Nick immediately shipped a new hitch and shim to me free of charge. I really appreciate a company that provides that level of service! Thank you Weehoo for a great product and excellent customer service!
Date published: 2016-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Incredible family tandem bike My family enjoys hiking and biking which is why we bought this product. We have a 4 year old who is biking on his own and a one and a half year old as well and they both love the Wehoo. My 1 1/2 year old just enjoys the cruise. The straps are tight enough where he is safe. My 4 year old loves to peddle and when he does you can tell, it acts like a true tandem. It feels safe. There is ample storage. It pivots well and feels safe going over bumps and around corners. We use it for trail riding on longer routes and we use it around town as well. Highly recomend
Date published: 2016-07-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wouldn't make a move without it! I have the similar but older 2012 model. We're relocating across town to be closer to our adult daughters. Locating another suitable neighborhood where there are bike trails so we could continue to take our grandchildren on outings in our Weehoo was paramount. My wife and I are seriously downsizing into tiny (<600sqft) third floor apartment. We'll be toting our bikes and the Weehoo up and down the stairs till we drop. Hopefully you get the picture as to how much joy this thing has brought to our family.
Date published: 2016-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's my son's very favorite thing My two year old is just nuts about this. He often tries to climb into it when we go out to the garage. 15-20 mile rides are no problem. He just wants more. I put a small hydration bladder in the seatback pocket and fill one of the side pockets with goldfish. I've pulled it about 400 miles so far with no issues whatsoever. About 25% of that has been on (mellow) dirt. It provides great father-son time and I expect it to last for years to come.
Date published: 2015-06-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for kid with special need. Our son is tiny but has outgrown his bike seat. We used to have a trailer but he didn't like it too much. We were afraid of other bicycle trailers we saw because of the risk of falling off. When we saw the Weehoo, it was a revelation. It seemed perfect for him: stable and secure, in which he can grow for a few more years. We decided to get one, without hesitations, and because of a review indicating an instability of the trailer, we asked REI to assemble it, which was perfectly done, at no cost (greatly appreciated). We just got it and tried it immediately. First he was a little afraid so my wife gave him a hand and walked next to the trailer, but quickly he released the hand and off we went, for a 11 miles loop the 1st day and and an 18 miles one the next day. He was happy to pedal and help climb the hills. When he got tired he could safely rest. No complaints at all during the entire trips. As for us, we felt it was very easy to ride (much easier than our tandem for example) and the excess energy to put in to pull the trailer is 100% worth. This was just great. We are looking forward to the next trip :) I recommend this product without hesitation.
Date published: 2015-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Kids Bike Trailer on the Market We purchased this almost one year ago for then almost 2 year old son. He has enjoyed ever minute of tagging along with mom and dad on rides. The only thing I would change would be to put a little more cushion on the seat but I resolved that with a small pillow. Our son loves that he can bring his favorite stuffed animal, a snack and his water bottle along for the ride with room for a few extra acorns and rocks to be picked up along the way. I was tempted to purchase a trailer style but after seeing this I knew it was for us since we love to trail ride and this bike goes perfectly on single track trails. We also just enjoy getting out and riding around the neighborhood and the neighbors all seem to smile and wave when they see our little guy tagging along in back. The picture is from his inaugural ride about a year ago.
Date published: 2016-09-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LOVE our Weehoo I purchased the Weehoo after trying a "buggy" style trailer for my little girl; my daughter and I have fallen in love with this product! With the seat and harness, I never worried about her falling out. I would highly recommend to any family who loves to cycle. I also received some amazing customer service after calling them with problem that occurred after 3-years of use!
Date published: 2016-04-04
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Questions & Answers

What happens to the child's legs if the kid falls asleep? Our kid tends to sleep in moving vehicles/ bike rides.&nbsp;

Asked by: Miry
There are foot straps to keep your child's feet in place and, when properly secured, your child's feet should not fall out of the straps, even if they are asleep.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-08

what happens if i crash? how easy is it for the weehoo to stay upright?

Asked by: chris
In a bike accident, any bike trailer will tip with the bicycle. &nbsp;Even two-wheeled trailers occasionally tip over in turns. &nbsp;The pedals generally prevent the bike and trailer from tipping over entirely onto their side and provide some buffer space to the ground. &nbsp;In any case, falling over is a rare occurrence that most people don't experience. &nbsp;You find the single-wheel trailers quite safe because of the narrow profile and also because they lean with the towing bicycle, making them very stable even in corners.
Answered by: Friendly help
Date published: 2017-10-28

Would a hybrid (Novara Forza) equipped with a rear rack be able to have the hitch attached without removing the rack?

Asked by: Chris
&#8203;This trailer is able to fit most bikes with a rear rack.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-11

Hi! Do you ship to Sweden in northen Europe? /Karl

Asked by: Karl
As of March 2017, we are able to ship this bike trailer to Sweden. The links below will provide you with more information regarding international shipping.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-09

I am wondering if mud/water will spray on a child in wet conditions? Do I need to add mud flaps to my bike to use this in rain?

Asked by: Ela3t
It is possible that mud can be spray onto the passenger of this bike trailer even with the small integrated fender. Attaching rear fenders to your bike is recommended.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-08-02

How far is it to the child pedals? &nbsp;How tall does a child need to be to use the pedals?

Asked by: JFH75
The seat on the iGo Turbo Bicycle Trailer is fully adjustable to accommodate a variety of different rider heights. The trailer is intended for children ages 2 to 9 and has a maximum weight capacity of 80 pounds.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-11

For city riding, how is the stability of the weehoo for stop and go traffic?

Asked by: suttonclan
The iGo Turbo Bicycle Trailer is designed to attach securely to your bike's seat tube and keeps your child secured with a 3-point harness. It should perform well in stop and go traffic or cruising through the country side.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-02

What if you have a seat dropper on the adult mountain bike, does that mean it can't be utilized. ? I have a Juliana.&nbsp;

Asked by: Darcie
This trailer can be used with a bike that has an internally routed dropper post. The cable connected to dropper post must be disengaged prior to installation.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2018-01-04
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