Coaster XT with Bicycle Trailer Kit & Stroller Kit by Thule Chariot
Delight your little ones with leisurely bike rides, idyllic park strolls, and weekend trips to the farmers' market with the Thule Coaster XT with Bicycle Trailer & Stroller Kit. Quickly converting from a stable bike trailer to smooth-rolling stroller, the Coaster XT features a stowable front wheel (stows when you're biking) and Thule's patented ezHitch for secure attachment to your favorite bike. The HeightRide adjustable handlebar optimizes comfort for varying parent heights, coming in handy when you hand it over to your spouse. The Coaster XT carries 2 children, safely hauling up to 100 pounds in total weight with its sturdy design and bike-style rear wheels. Its 5-point safety harness keeps children safe and secure when you're zipping through the neighborhood on your bike. The front weather shield conveniently rolls up on balmy summer afternoons, giving your kids an immersive view of their surroundings. As a versatile bonus, there's extra space for hauling extra gear, such as groceries, snacks, and daily accessories. And when it's time to pack up, the Coaster XT collapses fully for convenient storage and travel.
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Thule Chariot Coaster XT with Bicycle Trailer Kit & Stroller Kit
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