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Bell® Cocoon 300 Child Carrier - Gray/Red
- Carries a child up to 40 lbs.
- High back protection & secure five point harness
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Introduce your child to the joys of healthy activity and the beauty of the great outdoors when you tow the Bell Cocoon300 child carrier when you go out for a ride. Whether you're commuting or biking for recreation, your child can ride along with you in safety and comfort, nestled in the wrap-around high-backed bucket seat with thick seat pad for added comfort. Designed for safety, the high back is supportive and offers additional protection for its occupant; the five-point harness safely secures the child while riding. Additionally, it's equipped with a molded spoke guard that protects your child from the spinning rear bike tire. The Bell child carrier has the capacity to transport one little one weighing up to 40 pounds. The seat fits most 26-inch and 27-inch bikes without rear suspension. This child carrier for bike also comes with a rear reflector.
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most helpful positive reviews
Great bang for your buck!!(would recommend)
Mel — 6 months ago
5 out of 5 stars
My daughter is almost two and absolutely loves riding in here. Very easy to install and switch from one bike to another. Durable; great product for this price! We were happily surprised with how much we like it and wish we would have bought one years ago for our boys!! see moreof Mel's review
Okay for short rides(would not recommend)
Joss — 6 months ago
3 out of 5 stars
You get what you pay for. I returned mine, the padding on seat was close to non-existent and I felt would eventually hurt my childs bottom in longer rides. Plastic was thin, good for very small children and short rides. see moreof Joss's review