Chariot Stroller – Baby Bivi Attachment
We have the sling in ours and just put him in a very humiliating suit.You could line the bivi with a sheet I guess to save from any accidents but I wouldn’t really worry about it. Our lad’s not really been sick through travelling in ours and the suspension is surprisingly effective and he tends to just nod off in it anyway. Best two hours of my week!Posted 9 years ago
I’m hoping that subconciously and totally selfishly, it will nurture a love of cycling and the outdoors for the future, based on no scientific evidence whatsoever.
My 2 year old now actively requests rides in the trailer, and gets all disappointed when I won’t take him, so it must be doing something good.Posted 9 years agomolgripsSubscriber
Red and Sammy – how old are they?
I’m planning to take our unborn out on fire-roads and the like as soon as the Mrs is up for it. Depending on how smooth the suspension turns out to be when we finally splash out on one. Considering also getting some big fat BMX tyres and converting the thing to tubeless for uber low pressure comfort.Posted 9 years ago
Ben’s now 8 months and we started using it at 5 months, but he wouldn’t have been able to use it without the dedicated sling which suspends from the internal frame. I’m also thinking of using it behind my MTB on fire roads as we’re between Dalby and Sherwood pines. We currently use it on the quiet roads around the Lincs wolds. Cars give us a surprisingly wide berth and I’ve mounted a flashing red LED on the top right hand corner of the rear of the trailer and done away with the flag. (Image is everything even to a 5 month old!)
My wife loves it, coz it slows me down and evens us up a bit and she uses it to take him to Tots on Tour in the week which is about 10 miles each way which gives her a good work out too.
Only slight niggle with it, but I’m getting used to it, is if there’s a pot hole in the road, you have to think quickly to negotiate it without veering into the middle of the road and yet still try and avoid any of your or the trailer wheels dropping into the hole.
We really did alot of research on these and the Chariot looked the best by a mile. Re-sale values are good and although the outlay was alot, it does drive you to use it more. there are loads of cool accessories that let you convert it for walking etc, but the build quality, hitch design and overall finish is very impressive.Posted 9 years agoicoobaby2Member
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