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Saddle up buckaroo: These child trailers & accessories are shipping to doorsteps nationwide

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I don’t know about you, but as we begin to move closer to warm summer weather, the effects of cabin fever have been growing exponentially. If you need to get out and want to bring your kids along for a ride, these trailers and accessories are sure to help you break out and social distance in the sun!

REI // Thule // Burley // Weehoo

REI Thule Trailer

REI Trailer Weehoo Tag along bike
photo c. REI

REI has a number of options for child trailers and tag-along riding accessories from Thule, Burley, and Weehoo. There are a few models that are delayed to ship within 30 days. While some are readily available to ship or be picked up curbside on location. Pricing ranges from $344 to $784 for trailers and $300 – $400 for tag-along bikes.

Dick’s Sporting Goods // inStep // Schwinn // Thule

Thule Chariot Trailer

Schwinn Convoy Child Trailer
photo c. Dick’s Sporting Goods

Dick’s Sporting Goods has a selection of inStep, Schwinn, and Thule child trailers ranging in price from $118 – $880. Similar to bikes, their trailers are eligible for shipping nationwide. Local pickup is also available at any of their locations. At the time of reporting, inventory is limited on many of the trailers, but some are available for local pickup (depending on your location).

Thule's Yepp Nexxt Maxi child seat
Thule’s Yepp Nexxt Maxi child seat

Thule’s Chariot trailer platform is also carried at many shops throughout the country along with Yepp and RideAlong child seats. All of the trailers and most of the child seats are currently out of stock on the Thule site, but there is a chance that your local shop may have something available.

Burley Designs

Burley Designs Dash Child Seat

Burley Design D'Lite Single
photo c. Burley Design

Burley Designs has been a trusted brand due to its focus on high quality cycling trailers. As you’ve seen so far, they’re often sold around the nation in a variety of stores. At the time of reporting, they have the D’Lite Single Kid trailer ($700) and the Dash RM child seat ($150) available on their website. You can also find a number of Burley trailers on the Trek website and potentially at a local bike shop.


Allen Deluxe Child Trailer
photo c. Allen

Allen is known for its budget-friendly car racks and child trailers. They can be found in big box stores and online on their website. At the time of reporting, they currently have the Delux Child Bike Trailer available for $120 and fits 2. You may find their other products available at Target, Amazon, and Walmart.

This list is just a sample of what brands are out there that may have trailers readily available for delivery or curbside pickup. If you have any insight on other places to get your hands on trailers, plug them in the comments below!

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3 years ago

The weehoo is great. The kid can get some exercise or freewheel. I can get a real ride in and they feel like they’re participating

3 years ago

Weehoos are the best. We had a single then we ended up getting a double too. Great quality and customer service. Way better than a trail-a-bike. Kids are buckled in and safe.

3 years ago

My family has amassed a quiver of trailers over the last several years. We have a Thule Chariot Lite Double and a WeeHoo Turbo single and double. The WeeHoo is what my kids always choose and its more fun for them and me. The only thing I don’t like about the Weehoo is that there isn’t much adjustment to lower the trailer for taller bikes. When I attach it to my XL 29er full suspension it sits up high and gets really unstable. When I hook it up to my commuter that has a lower top tube and allows the trailer to be level and lower to the ground it is way more compliant. I also wish the kickstand was more heavy duty so that you could load both kids up and it wouldn’t tip over.

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