Enjoy browsing through our wide variety of product categories including bicycle child trailers, bike child seats, balance bikes and children's bike helmets. We've organized our products by manufacture. Click on the manufacturers name to explore all of the products offered.
Trail-A-Bike is the word by which many people know Trailer-Cycles. You can thank Adams for that "proprietary eponym," because Canadian entrepreneur Delbert Adams patented and created this popular solution for getting kids involved in cycling.
A Trail-A-Bike is a safe way to introduce proper riding and traffic habits. Adams trailer-cycles are known for their reliable design that makes cycling with your kids fun.
We offer the full line-up of Adam's Trailercycles from the original design to the Adams Folding Tandem Trail-A-Bike. And for upgrading, repairing and setting up multiple bikes, we offer all of the Adam's replacement parts.
When you think of protecting your child's head, of course you think of the 1950's California hot rod and racing scene. No?
Bell got its start in 1954 protecting heads with nothing inside them but a hunger for speed and thrills. Does that sound like your kid?
Bell makes the safest and most comfortable bicycling helmets around, with a great selection of sizes and fun designs your children will love. Bell helmets include a variety of safety features such as the secure head-wrapping fit system, and eye-catching integrated flashing lights.
Whether your little one is riding with you in a bike child trailer, learning to ride a balance bike, or off on an adventure on their own bike, you can rely on the safety and quality of Bell's children's helmets.
The name Burley is synonymous with bike child trailers for a good reason. Burley has been making bike trailers longer than just about anyone, so they've amassed more than 30 years of parents cycling with their kids -- and loving it.
These warm associations motivate Burley to continue to innovate, and develop new products for family cycling, including Burley Child Trailers, Burley Trailer-Cycles, and Burley Balance Bikes.
Burley products are up to the challenge and are designed with safety, durability, and comfort in mind. Choose from Burley's wide selection of child trailers, pet trailers, and accessories.
Burley began as a workers cooperative, and today (as a corporation) Burley continues to bring high-minded values to all of their products, aiming for the absolute best in quality, durability and safety.
Burley also makes trailers for dogs, and trailers for cargo, such as the award-winning Burley Travoy Bike Cargo Trailer.
Calling a Chariot just a bike child trailer sells it short. Chariots are really great at transporting children in five different ways: cycling (of course), but also strolling, jogging, cross-country skiing, and hiking.
So we refer to them as carriers -- a catch-all term.
Chariots are entirely dedicated to the outdoor transportation for children. Every product reveals extremely high levels of attention to detail. It is almost silly how many specialty accessories Chariot has designed for getting the most out of their trailers. But when you consider that the Chariot can be used for so many purposes, it certainly makes sense to have accessories to make the Chariot perfect for every need.
Chariot trailers, er, carriers also hold their value. When children have outgrown a Chariot, many parents discover their used Chariot has depreciated less than the price of an inexpensive bike child trailer with fewer features.
Complete family mobility, that's what Croozer is all about. Croozer makes affordablebike trailers for daily life, holidays, and adventure trips.
Value, good looks, clever engineering, durability, and a large carrying capacity. What more do you need from a bike trailer?
These trailers are easily compacted for simple storage while traveling. We offer extra hitches for easily transferring your trailer between bicycles. We have Croozer trailer accessories, as well as Croozer Cargo Trailers, and Croozer Dog Trailers
The iBert was created by parents who wanted a bike child seat that was as fun for children as it is convenient for parents. And that meant giving children a better view than from a bike child trailer or a rear bike child seat.
The innovative but simple T-bar system makes it easy to remove the iBert seat when you child isn't going with you. Unlike some front-mounted bike child seat (none that we sell), the adult doesn't need to ride bow-legged.
Best of all, it's easy to interact with a child in an iBert seat. You can talk, point out the sights, and know how the child is doing throughout the ride.
Skuut makes European style wooden balance bikes for children between the ages of two and five. Your child will learn the fundamentals of balancing and riding a bicycle -- and will never need training wheels or a tricycle.
With the award-winning Skuut, learning how to balance, steer, and eventually ride a two-wheeled bicycle is intuitive. Your kids gain independence and self confidence. So let them "Skuut" to their heart's desire as you begin your family cycling adventures together.
For every Skuut bike sold, a tree is planted, thanks to Skuut's partnership with Trees for the Future, an international agroforestry NGO.
Strider builds balance lightweight, efficient, all-terrain bikes for children. And those bikes build two-wheeled balance, coordination, and confidence in children.
Sometimes called "prebikes" or "running bikes," balance bikes mean no "tricycle tip-overs;" no "training-wheel wobbles" that can create a fear, hesitancy, or dislike of bike riding.
With the Strider ST-3 Child Balance Bike, toddlers learn balance and coordination before pedaling. And unlike other balance manufacturers, Strider makes a larger balance bike -- the Strider SS-1 Super 16 Child Balance Bike -- for children ages six to ten who still enjoy the tricks and stunts possible on a balance bike, or for older kids who need a little more time to learn to balance on two wheels.
Weehoo introduced a unique twist on Trailer-Cycles, with the Weehoo iGo PRO Bike Trailer-Cycle -- a trailer-cycle that's part bike child trailer.
Children ride in a comfortable recumbent position while they explore the on two wheels with grownups.
Weehoo products are devoted to making this happen, and their dedication to family cycling shines through in their high-quality trailer-cycles and products.
Xtracycle believes that "Transportation and community ride tandem across the globe." And Xtracycle is the leader in creating long-tail, cargo-friendly, and kid-friendly bikes as an affordable alternative to automobile dependence.
With Xtracycle Kits, nearly any bike with 26-inch or 700c wheels can be the transportation solution for families with kids and cargo to haul.
With a flight deck, a stoker bar, and running boards, your Xtracycle FreeRadical Cargo Bike Kit is better than the backseat of the family car you don't need anymore.
For young children, use one or two Peapod III Bike Child Seats. Choos from the many family cycling accessories for the Xtracycle and create your ideal combination for the cargo and child transportation needs.
Yepp child bike seats are made by GMG (Gebroeders Melkert Gouda) which has been making child bike seats since 1934.
But Yepp seats are made from modern materials such as high-quality perforated EVA polymer, a pliable, rubberlike material that cushions the ride almost like shock absorbers. Yepp makes both front-mounted child seats for easy communication with your child, and rear-mounted child seats with back support and visibility.
When family cycling innovators Xtracycle needed a bike child seat to fit their long-tail bike kits, they adapted the Yepp Maxi Bike Child Seat and called it the Peapod III.
Yepp child seats are designed in Germany, and made in The Netherlands. Since their introduction in 2009, Yepp bike seats have won design awards, including the Bicycle Innovation Award, Red Dot Design Award, Good Industrial Design - Best in Category, not to mention the public prize Baby Innovation Award 2011.
Yepp bike seats have been certified in accordance with the most stringent safety standards and comply with both the European safety standard EN 14344 and the U.S. ASTM standards.