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Biking with Baby: iBert Safe-T-Seat

iBert Safe-T-Seat Lets You Peddle Your Pint-Sized Pal

You know Spring is in the air when you start to see your neighbors digging their bikes out of storage, and I don't just mean the kids. If you're looking to pass your love of biking on to your tot, consider taking him along and giving him a bird's eye view on your next outing. Unlike bike trailers, front-mounted bike seats offer your lil one the ability to interact with you during the outing and help provide a better center of gravity for you, the peddler.

The iBert Safe-T-Seat ($95) is designed for children over one-year-old and up to 38 pounds. It is easy to install and ensures that your biker-in-training is not the recipient of kicked up rocks and dirt from the wheels of your ride. It meets all of the necessary safety requirements and just may put your lil Lance Armstrong on the path to victory.

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Sarana Sarana 6 years
This price is ridiculous and there are many other front bike seats available for less. Although maybe not in the US. Generally the rule here is the baby goes in front and when it reaches a certain weight he/she will move to the back because it's more stable.
Sarana Sarana 6 years
This price is ridiculous and there are many other front bike seats available for less. Although maybe not in the US. Generally the rule here is the baby goes in front and when it reaches a certain weight he/she will move to the back because it's more stable.
macgirl macgirl 6 years
When we were doing bike seat research it said these were not as safe as the kind that went behind the seat. Apparently it throws off your balance a bit more and can interfere with your ability to peddle and steer. We ended up getting one that goes behind my husbands seat.
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