One- or two-seater? Your choice!
Our tip: if trail riding is not your focus and your living situation is not extremely cramped, a two-seater is often the better choice. This is helpful for when a new sibling arrives, a kindergarten friend needs a lift or simply because you need more storage space, e.g. for shopping or a family outing. As we know, longer trips cannot do without toys, picnic blanket and lots of snacks. The cost for more space is comparatively low, but with more space comes the further complication of finding adequate parking. You should definitely factor that into your decision. There are generally different solutions for transporting cargo. With Croozer trailers, for example, the boot is directly integrated and offers enough space to transport a wheel. Thule, on the other hand, offers a solution with removable cargo compartments, such as on the Chariot Sport 2. This gives you the advantage of bags not getting in your way while jogging or walking. Above all, you must take note of the trailer’s maximum weight limit when carrying cargo. This is usually around 60 kilograms, of which the trailer itself accounts for around 15 kilograms. With two larger children weighing around 20 kilos, the load capacity can be tight. The supplier will provide information on exact total weight limits in the owner’s manual or in a note/sticker on the trailer itself. By the way, children up to six years of age max or up to a body height of about 1.20 m can be transported in the trailer. After that, they’ll have to make their way on their own!