Thule RideAlong Child Bike Seat
Thule RideAlong delivers on sensible design innovations leading to an intuitive, secure and Simple-to-use rear child bike seat, taking your day by day commutes or circle of relatives bike adventures to the following level.
Easy to use
Single-hand adjustable foot straps and foot rests permit for convenience and versatility as a kid grows. Universal Fast Liberate bracket lets in seat to mount/dismount from bike in seconds. Fast Liberate bracket is lockable to forestall seat from being got rid of when locked (lock included).
Comfortable for you and your child
Adjustable fully padded 3 point harness to supply maximum child safety and luxury. DualBeam suspension system absorbs road shock to verify a smooth, relaxed ride for the kid. Simple and Fast one-hand tilt serve as of as much as 20°, lets in for 5 other reclining options
Detachable, water-repellant padding is mechanically cleanable and reversible, offering two color options (Light Gray and Zinnia). Childproof safety buckle with large buttons briefly secures child.
Meets stringent safety standards (ASTM F1625 & DIN EN 14344); TÜV approved. Designed and tested for kids from 9 months to 6 years old, as much as 48.5 lbs/22 kg (*Consult a pediatrician for kids underneath 1 year old).
- Max Child Weight – 48.5lbs
- 5 year Manufacturer Warranty
- Product Weight – 10.2 lbs
- Contents – Bike seat, bike rack attachment, reversible padding, One-Key lock cylinder/key
- Materials – Polypropylene base with textile padding
Thule Fast Liberate Bracket 100200 Thule Low Saddle Adapter 100300 Thule Extra Padding 100401/100402
Childproof safety buckle with large buttons briefly secures child
Protection wing safeguards child’s hands when bike is within the leaning position
Built-in reflector supplies added visibility
Adjustable padded harness to supply maximum child comfort
One-hand tilt serve as of as much as 20 degrees, lets in for 5 other reclining optionsSingle-hand adjustable foot straps and foot rests permit for convenience and versatility as a kid grows