May is National Bike Month and so we're brushing off the cobwebs, oiling up the gears and getting ready to get the family pedaling around. There's just one problem - my youngest is too big for our bike seat but not quite big enough to ride on his own to keep up with our family bike rides. Enter the Weehoo bike trailer.
The Weehoo iGo PRO is a streamlined bike trailer that makes getting the whole family on go a breeze. What sets the Weehoo apart from other bike trailers? It fits kids from age 2 to 9 with its adjustable harness and seat position. I tried it with both my 3.5yo and my 6yo who both fit great.
It's much narrower than traditional bike trailer which can be bulky for the garage, the trunk and the bike path. Kids can pedal along or sit back and enjoy the ride. The Weehoo also has two zippered storage bags and three mesh pockets for bringing along your travel essentials.
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Weehoo Bike Trailer Details
The Weehoo has a patented, self-aligning hitch and single wheel design so there’s no risk of the bicycle trailer tipping over or the child slipping off while riding. Plus it weighs just 27 lbs, so it's easy to tow.
My boys both had fun pedaling and my husband thought it was lighter and easier to tow than our other trailer. They even make a Weehoo for two and one with additional cargo space. A fun and practical way for our family to get around this spring!
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