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Weehoo - Weehoo TWO Bike Trailer

$275 USD
This trailer is awesome for two kids pull behind your bike. Much better ride than the two wheel cart version and capable on the trail because it’s narrow. The only compromise is that you have to lean it against a wall to load and stop. My kids quickly picked up strider bikes quickly, and my older kid was already peddling… so while this is great I used it only on a few short outings and in the neighborhood for 2 seasons. It’s 4 years old but has probably 100 total miles or less. Tire is still new. Chain is perfect. 1/2 price of new one in perfect condition.

grant725 jamessmurthwaite's article
Dec 3, 2020 at 19:26
Dec 3, 2020
Specialized Launches $999 Carbon Hotwalk for Toddlers
My kids 6, 3 and 3 are awesome little riders thanks to these strider bikes. But, the key item so many of these don’t have which they can learn from is a rear brake.
grant725 jamessmurthwaite's article
Aug 23, 2020 at 21:35
Aug 23, 2020
Classified's Wireless Internally-Geared Hub Increases 1x Drivetrain Range by 45%, Doubles the Number of Gears
Super cool. Clearly it’s been done but it’s also disappeared. This would make a 1X setup 7 speed all you need for any MTB style of riding if perfected.
grant725 danielsapp's article
Oct 4, 2019 at 7:01
Oct 4, 2019
Check Out: Clipless Shoes, New Hubs, Pumps & Flat Fixing Solutions - October 2019
*probably actually saves more like 200 grams / nearly 1/2 lb... for me, considering the money I spend on every component to save that sort of weight, this is cheap for that weight drop.
grant725 danielsapp's article
Oct 4, 2019 at 6:57
Oct 4, 2019
Check Out: Clipless Shoes, New Hubs, Pumps & Flat Fixing Solutions - October 2019
@Tmackstab: I agree! Also, according to their website the "spare" version is 45 grams. The 85 gram version they claim is twice as durable as a standard tube.
grant725 nkrohan's article
Oct 4, 2019 at 6:49
Oct 4, 2019
9 Mountain Bike Grips Ridden & Rated
I like deity's latest grips (and their old ones though those are no longer available). The latest are only one clamp... I have never had one come loose, and it is handy at times to have the rubber outside edge when leaning the bike against your vehicle, etc...
grant725 jamessmurthwaite's article
May 24, 2019 at 9:45
May 24, 2019
Video: Another Dose of Mindblowing Riding From Chris Akrigg
I am actually surprised Mongoose cannot make more out of their sponsorship of a guy like this. As a brand that has been around forever, if they started selling high-end spec'd bikes at a reasonable price they could be seen as a much more desirable brand... but if you take the time to go to their website you will not find something that looks like what Chris is riding. In any case, good on them for sponsoring his bad-ass riding.
grant725 jamessmurthwaite's article
May 24, 2019 at 9:43
May 24, 2019
Video: Another Dose of Mindblowing Riding From Chris Akrigg
Totally Rad Dude. Chris is the king of making the nearly impossible look simple. I love this sort of riding, but cannot do 1% of this. Amazing!
grant725 RichardCunningham's article
Apr 26, 2019 at 22:21
Apr 26, 2019
Poll: Does Your Trail Bike Have a Weight Problem?
An awesome debate for those who care. There’s no doubt that a light bike is awesome if you’ve got to peddle up and if you’re looking to be as nimble as possible. All of the idiots stating otherwise haven’t ridden a light bike or only ride downhill. I mean, really, extra heft is totally cool for those who ride downhill only. And, sturdy bikes with solid weight are actually helpful in that application. Carbon hardtails are awesome at around 20 lbs easily available nowadays in size L. But those are hard on the back for rough terrain. I love the intense spider at about 28 lbs and YT Jeffsy at about 29 lbs in size L. Both are capable of most anything and really solid going up and down. No doubt if you just go downhill a bigger and heavier bike can actually help and the specs / weight matter much less. To me while I love a light bike I’m happy to ride 28-29 lbs over 22 lbs to gain 4-6 inches of travel on a bike that’s still super efficient. Still, if you’ve got to peddle up and want some rear travel, I’ll trade just about anything to stay in the 27-30 lb range rather than going up to 32-33, much less 40. The guys riding those bikes are clueless or don’t ever ride uphill.
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