Large Special Needs Trailer
Everyone enjoys cycling with their family.
The Wike Large Special Needs Bicycle Trailer is the perfect solution for larger children anxious to join in on the family cycling fun. Like every other Wike, the large Special Needs is smooth, stable, and roomy. There’s no need to leave loved ones behind when you go for a bike ride. The canopy of our Special Trailer is fully retractable to allow an easier transfer in and out and with many combinations of supports you can customize to your child’s needs. The seat may be removed by special request at time of ordering to allow a car-seat or Tomato product to be placed directly into the trailer. Wike products are only sold directly to customers, sorry we do not have wholesale pricing.
About the Large Special Needs Trailer
Special Wike Trailers are used globally to enable triathletes to team up:
- Max. Height of Child - 64"
- Weight in lbs. - 34.0 lbs
- Body/Overall Length - 48"/66"
- Overall Width - 32"
- Inside Seat Width - 24"
- Inside Height - 34"
- Legroom (Length) - 34"
- Height (from ground) - 44"
- Folded Dimensions - 40"x29"x14"
- Capacity - 125 lbs.
- Frame - Alum/Stainless
- Floor - 1/8 Polyethylene
- Wheels - 20" spoked alloy push button
- Front-wheel option - Yes
- Transcribe: Translation not found. No
- Instant Folding - Yes
- Quick Hitch - Yes
- Helmet Relief Cushion - Option ($20)
- Safety Flag - Yes
- Bug Screen - Yes
- Rain Screen - Yes
- Reflective Tape - Yes
- Safety Harnesses - 5-point Safety Harnesses
- Rear Pocket - Yes
- Jogger Option - Yes
I am VERY pleased with this Large Special Needs bike trailer: 1) easy to set up, fold and put away; 2) glides easy and light (as a stroller and jogger; have yet to try it as a trailer); 3) this is the most comfortable stroller I ever pushed- courtesy of the handlebar that DOES adjust to multiple heights (I stand under 5 feet); 4) craftsmanship is exceptional; and, 5) materials are great without looking ostentatious. It folds easily and small- in my Toyota Camry, I put it in the middle of the trunk and have plenty of room on either side for other things. This means I can load, unload and/or reach for things (including the Large Special Needs Single) without having to first unload or move other things out of the way.
Wanted to send a quick note to tell you the special needs Wike we ordered for Damien is working out beautifully. Attached a picture from a trip to Moonstone Beach, California, yesterday! David Sleeth-Keppler (Damien’s father)