Shotgun Kids' MTB Bike Seat

Shotgun Kids' MTB Bike Seat
Shotgun Kids' MTB Bike Seat
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Kids' MTB Bike Seat by Shotgun
Give your kid the front row seat to adventure with the Shotgun Kid's MTB Bike Seat. With fully rubberized contact points on the frame, it's suited for both alloy and carbon mountain bike frames and gives a protective and stable ride up and down the trails. A quick-release style adjustment ensures the best fit for your frame's geometry. Once you've got the frame fitted to your bike, just set the saddle position for the best views, and hit the slopes. Feet pegs provide a welcoming platform for your kid to corral dangling legs and enhance the cycling experience.The seat frame adjusts in height and width to accommodate mountain bikes, however, it's not designed for road, hybrid, or electric bike frames. The seat can support up to 48 pounds. And for added stability and completing the experience, Shotgun makes a kid-sized handlebar set that mounts to your handlebars.

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SKU: SGW0002
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