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flesterflester Posts: 464
Anyone tried these?

http://www.argos.ie/static/Product/part ... searchtext>RALEIGH+TRAILER.htm

Not sure if it's any of these
http://www.raleigh.co.uk/p_details.aspx?id=3371
http://www.raleigh.co.uk/p_details.aspx?id=437

Raleigh site says 'weight 40kg'. Surely this is the max weight it can carry, rather thane the weight itself

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  • HOLLIDAY708HOLLIDAY708 Posts: 12
    I have a trailer for my kid, she is two and a half ( big for her age), I dont know about the one you have mentioned, but the one i have is from halfords

    http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stor ... =ClickInfo

    I have used it a lot and its really sturdy and the kid loves it.
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  • rudedogrudedog Posts: 523
    you can get a raleigh avenir from amazon for almost half that price

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Raleigh-Bike-Tr ... 810&sr=8-1
  • themightywthemightyw Posts: 409
    I've got the trailer you link to. It's a decent enough trailer - I have no probs hauling along my 3 yr old and 10 months old, and it's surprisingly light (though as you'd expect you probably travel at about half the speed you normally would, partly through weight and partly through caution).

    The sprogs love it - a pocket on each side for them to leave food in until you find it 2 weeks later, and it seems pretty comfy. Easy to clip on / off from the bike also - only takes 3 or 4 minutes.
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