What age is Trail Gator for?
Overall we have found the Trail-Gator to be a lot of fun to pedal around with, enabling us to get out for longer rides as a family. I would definitely recommend it for 3-6 year olds who are still learning to ride confidently on their own.
What age are tag along bikes for?
What’s the Best Age for a Tag Along Bike? In order to safely ride a tag along bike, children need to be able to reach the pedals. From our testing, we’ve found that the best age range is from about 4 to 8. Unlike a regular bike, it’s okay if your child can’t reach the ground while sitting on the seat of a trailer bike.
How do I connect my kids bike to mine?
A towbar or trailgator is a metal bar that attached to your seat post and lifts your child’s front wheel off the ground and allows you to tow them short distances. The bar then folds up onto your bike so you can both ride your bikes.
Can you use a trail gator with Stabilisers?
The Trail Gator Flip-Up Stabilisers allows you fit stabilisers to your child’s bike and flip them up without any tools to allow you to tow the bike with the Trail Gator. Then when in a safe area you can detach the child’s bike, flip the stabiliser down and the can carry on riding.
Can you use training wheels as an adult?
If the adult is not physically or mentally impaired then DO NOT use training wheels. Addition of training wheels will NOT help the adult learn to ride a bicycle. Next, a limitation. Adult training wheels should only be installed on bicycles with bolt-on rear wheels.
How does a trail a bike work?
How does a Trail-a-Bike install to my bike? The Trail-a-Bike attaches to the seat post with a collar that’s secured with two pinch bolts . While the collar stays on the seat post, there’s a pin that’s easily pulled to hitch and unhitch the trailer.
Is there a way to attach a kids bike to an adult bike?
The Trail-Gator Bicycle Tow Bar converts an ordinary child’s bike into a towable trailer bike. When you want to use it you simply unclip the tow bar from the stored position on the adult’s bike, extend it, and connect it to the receiver, which is mounted on the child’s bike.
Can you tow a gator?
Towing/Hauling Gators have the cargo and towing capacity to move almost anything. With a Full-Size XUV Gator, you’ll get up to 2,000 lbs of towing capacity. Tow more with a hitch and cart or add a hydraulic cargo box to unload with the push of a button. Gators have tons of options for easing the load.
What is a Trail Gator?
The Trail Gator is a unique alternative to a traditional tag along bike. It consists of a metal arm that connects an adult bike to a regular kid’s bike with tires between 12″-20″ in diameter.
Will the Trail Gator fit my kid’s bike?
The Trail Gator fits almost all kids’ bikes with wheels 12” to 20” in diameter. When not in use, it easily attaches to the rear axle of the adult bike, so it won’t be in the way when you decide not to use it during a ride. In full transparency, we had a heck of a time getting our Trail Gator to work right, but once we did, it was SO. MUCH. FUN.
What is the Trail Gator tow arm?
The Trail Gator tow arm is a unique tool that allows you to safely tow your child on their own bike. Small and compact, it’s easy to bring along for the ride for those “just in case” scenarios. Stored on the adult bike when not in use, you can decide mid-ride to connect the bikes and tow a tired kid home!
What size bike do I need for all-terrain riding?
No suspension, so it can be a bumpy ride on rougher all-terrain trails BEST FIT: 12″-20″ bikes (without hand brakes) with riders weighing 70 pounds or less The Trail Gator is a unique alternative to a traditional tag along bike. It consists of a metal arm that connects an adult bike to a regular kid’s bike with tires between 12″-20″ in diameter.