"Enter the Weehoo iGo Pro (“Pro” because it is the 2012 model – lighter, tougher, and completely removable seat.) It’s one company’s ingenious solution to helping families get out on longer bike rides with kids actively engaged. It’s like a “Trail-A-Bike” that is towed behind an adult’s bike, but much safer, more adjustable (allowing for younger riders) and something I trust enough to put my kids on."
"What we love:
– The freedom to continue biking as a family when kids get too big for traditional bike trailers.
– Fits most kids aged 2-9 (or 38-52″ and up to 65 pounds.)
– The child sits in a recumbent position low to the ground meaning their center of gravity is also lower and their ride is smooth and comfortable.
– 3-point harness system keeps kids safely in the seat (and it’s padded so they remain comfortable.) Seat easily adjusts forward or backward to accommodate for shorter or longer legs.
– Seat can be completely removed for more stream-lined storage.
– Pedal straps keep feet safely in position (though see slight problem we had with these below.)
– Kids have the choice to pedal
– Storage in pannier-like bags is ample enough for snacks and some extra jackets. Mesh cup holders on both sides of the seat come in handy for kid riders."