Sunny day? Check. Helmets? Check. Packed a lunch? Double check. Young kids want to go for a bike ride?….with a Burley trailercycle that’s a check.
You’ve probably seen trailercycles (or trailer bikes) around. They’re miniature-sized, one-wheeled bikes that attach to the back of an adult bike. This gives kids the chance to get out and enjoy a day of bike riding without falling behind the pack.
Even better, young kids don’t even have to know how to ride a bike to hop on a trailercycle. They can just sit down and enjoy the ride as Mom or Dad tows them along.
Both are great trailercycles, but depending on your needs one might have an edge over the other.
If you’re like me, you’re dreading the day when your child finally decides they want to learn how to ride a bike but they’re still not capable of controlling their very own bike just yet.
When we were younger, your parents probably threw you onto your own little bike and coached you from the driveway of your childhood home. While some may still be able to do that, there may be advantages to using a bike trailer to teach your kids how to ride their first bike.
It’s a win-win situation.