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Thule RideAlong Mini Child Bike Seat Review

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Review of the Thule RideAlong Mini Child Bike Seat


Today we'll be taking a look at the Thule RideAlong Mini Child Bike Seat. Part #TH100103. This bike seat allows your child to ride safely and comfortably in front of you on your bike. It's designed for children ages nine months to three years, weighing up to 33 lbs. The soft handlebar gives your child a place to hold on, and the seat adjusts to fit them as they grow. This seat fits threaded and thread-less bike handlebar stands. The five point harness and the sturdy foot straps help secure your child while you're on your ride.

The leg shields help further protect your child. The shoulder harness and seat cushion are padded for comfort, and the seat cushion is also reversible so you can customize your style. The seat can be removed with the attachment hardware still in place, that way you can enjoy rides on your own. Now that we've gone over the features I'll go ahead and show you how to get it set up. We'll go ahead and grab our mounting hardware, which is going to be our mounting bracket and our included Allen key. We'll separate our bracket like this, we're going to make sure the Thule logo is facing forward, put that around our stem.

Put the back side on, get our hardware hand tightened. We'll take our Allen key and tighten that down. Now you just need to make sure and get it nice and secure, that way it doesn't rotate back and forth around your stem. Now we'll grab our seat and we'll set it in place. You'll know that it's securely seated when the red stripe disappears. Perfect.

Then we'll grab our included keys and lock it in place. While we're down here, you can see the release handle to remove it from the stem. The one we're working with today is dark gray. It's also available in light gray, part #TH100104, and available in orange, part #TH100105. That's going to complete our look at the Thule RideAlong Mini Child Bike Seat for the front, part #TH100103. You can find this and everything else right here at etrailer.com.

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