• Weehoo - iGo Turbo Bicycle Trailer For Kids - Red/Black
    Weehoo - iGo Turbo Bicycle Trailer For Kids - Detail
    Weehoo - iGo Turbo Bicycle Trailer For Kids - Detail
    Weehoo - iGo Turbo Bicycle Trailer For Kids - Detail
  • Weehoo - iGo Turbo Bicycle Trailer For Kids - Detail
  • Weehoo - iGo Turbo Bicycle Trailer For Kids - Red/Black
  • Weehoo - iGo Turbo Bicycle Trailer For Kids - Detail
  • Weehoo - iGo Turbo Bicycle Trailer For Kids - Detail
  • Weehoo - iGo Turbo Bicycle Trailer For Kids - Detail
  • Weehoo - iGo Turbo Bicycle Trailer For Kids - Detail
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Weehoo iGo Turbo Bicycle Trailer For Kids

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    Tech Specs

    Frame Material:
    [including push bar] 82 x 14 x 32 in
    Sun / Rain Cover:
    sold separately
    Weight Capacity:
    80 lbs
    Claimed Weight:
    27 lbs
    Recommended Use:

    Envy of the neighborhood.

    The Wehoo iGo Turbo Bicycle Trailer for Kids is designed to cultivate a cycling mentality in your child’s mind while relieving your rides of the wind sail that is the common kid trailer. Updated to be more compatible with a variety of bikes, including 29ers, the Turbo now also features a snap pin attachment instead of a quick release. When you hit uphill slogs, you can even encourage your kid to pedal along with you to get the sensation of being active and working with you for miles of smiles.

    The three-point harness and foot straps provide some peace of mind, and moving parts like the chain and sprocket are fully enclosed to protect wandering fingers when the scenery isn’t enough of a distraction.

    • A bike trailer that boosts child engagement with the ride
    • Lets children mimic your pedalstroke in safety and comfort
    • Re-designed attachment system with snap pins is easier to use
    • Arched bar better accommodates 29ers and rear racks
    • 80lb capacity stays stable on hardpack and tarmac
    • Storage space for ride essentials and fuel for you and your family
    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    Really fun and she can pedal

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Makes preschool pick up and drop off best part of the day and some of the best time we spend together. One less car on the road too. Even at 4 years old, my daughter can actually push me for a minute - without me pedaling at all. She feels quite proud. I chose it because she can pedal and help out. Hills are much easier.

    Kids happy, I'm happy

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    What a difference the Turbo made with my son.
    My son loves it so much that he asks me to ride all the time.
    We can talk while we ride.
    He outgrew the burley and can still use the Turbo for a few more years
    He gets exercise with me rather than sleeping
    I can ride fast through corners on narrow paths without toppling like my burley did on several occasions

    There is 15 minutes of assembly, wish it came assembled.
    Rain cover and kickstand sold separately.
    Wish I had discovered it earlier.

    Unanswered Question

    Do the pedals move on their own or only if the child pedals them?

    Fishtails through corners, when standing

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Based on the positive online reviews, I bought a Weehoo and tried it out with our 2 year old toddler. I towed it on roads and bike paths around New England for 4 rides, about 60-80 miles total. But I didn't like the handling and ended up selling it and replacing with a Burley Minnow.

    Things I liked:
    + Solid build quality
    + Easy setup, dissassembly
    + Narrower than most other trailers - doesn't take up as much of the road
    + Armrests are good for keeping a napping kid from falling out.

    Things I didn't like:
    -- With my cyclocross bike, I had a difficult time controling this trailer, especially when out of the saddle. The single wheel design and seatpost attachment point creates a lever arm that tilts the bike to the left or right whenver you stand up. This in turn creates a fish-tailing effect with the single wheel design.
    -- When leaning into a turn, the degree of your lean has a dramatic effect on how the trailer tracks through the turn. You'll find your arms getting tired as you death grip the handlebars trying to keep the trailer stable.\
    -- Emergency handling was downright dangerous, primarily because I typically stand up when things get hairy. Ex: There's a pothole ahead of you, so you stand up on the pedals a little and start turning. This in turn causes the trailer to fishtail. We had a few scary moments.
    -- Loading your child can be difficult because the trailer won't balance on its own. Sure, you can often find a fence or wall to lean the bike and trailer against. But it's still more difficult than a 2-wheel trailer, which is perfectly stable when loading. I had the optional kickstand, which helped a little, but is not wide enough to stabilize the trailer when there's a kid sitting in it.
    -- Minor gripe, but the seatpost attachment caused some abrasion on my carbon seatpost. It wasn't too bad from the few rides that I did, but would be a concern if you adopted this trailer long term.
    -- The mud guard is not sufficient. My kid got a lot of dirt in his face. Sunglasses are a must.
    -- It's significantly heavier than your typical 2-wheel trailer.

    Disclaimer: This review is for road riding, and I have a young kid. I expect that a bike with very wide handlebars (ie, a mountain bike) would provide a better ability for the rider to stabilize the trailer. While I give this trailer a thumbs-down for road riding, I can see how it might be better for mountain biking. Likewise, an older kid may be better at balancing (making the handling better) or just weigh more (making the handling worse).

    Kid loves it

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Received the Weehoo about a month ago. Assembly is straight forward however it took some muscle and a rubber mallet to make everything go together. VERY tight tolerances I suppose are a good thing? Doesnt matter to me - it works. Took the WeeHoo out for an inagural ride and my daughter (age 4 - experience riding in a Burley Bee) loved it. She pedaled along (not sure it actually does anything... but its something for her to do) and took in the sights instead of being glued to an ipad in the Bee. Both of us enjoyed the ride much more. Highly recommended.

    As a follow up, this would be a 5 star rating if the hitch was more easily installed / removed from the bicycle. As it is now - i have to remove my seatpost to install the hitch which is kind of a PITA.

    Weehoo is the best!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    We bought a Weehoo 3 years ago before our son turned 3. While it was an expensive purchase, it has been well worth the money. Not only is the trail-along bike been great, so has the customer service. From trying to get the correct fit (so the trail along doesn't wobble), to finding a car rack to hold the weehoo, and recently replacing the set of worn-out paniers (for free!), their costumer service has been top notch.

    The bike itself allowed our son to accompany us on longer rides, while being more engaged (vs a trailer) and learning to peddle too. The weehoo still allowed us to keep him close to us (physically) in traffic. Something I miss greatly now that at 5.5 years old he's riding his own bike more and more. We still get good use out of the Weehoo on longer rides, since it's still hard for my son to ride more than few miles on his own.

    I would definitely recommend the Weehoo to anyone who enjoys biking with their toddlers, as it will provide you with years of wonderful memories.