Retrospec Rover Foldable Bike Trailer For Kids

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Rover is a foldable bike trailer that makes everyday life with kids easy and safe. Rover’s sleek design and sturdy construction provide extra fun for kids on the road, while premium safety features protect them out and about.

With its compact size and folding design, Rover takes up minimal space at home or in the car. Plus, it comes in different colors that kids love. Rover is built with a unique folding design, so you can easily fold the trailer down to take it on your next adventure.

Foldable

The bike trailer folds to its smallest size for convenient storage and transportation while not in use. The Rover bike trailer can be towed by an adult or secured to the back of a bicycle.

Connecting it to your bike is easy with the quick-release axle that lets you attach it to virtually any style of adult – and some kids’ – bike. It can also be used without a bike, making for safe and comfortable transport for both kids and their stuff.

Since the weight is distributed evenly on the tow bar, it’s not only accessible for you to pull but also very stable when navigating turns or stopping at a busy intersection. Plus, there’s an emergency release buckle attached

Review of Retrospec Rover Foldable Bike Trailer For Kids

Review of Retrospec Rover Foldable Bike Trailer For Kids
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The Rover is a relatively new offering and currently has very few reviews. Most of the ones available are positive, with several commenters praising its ease of use and convenience.
The Rover is a relatively new offering and currently has very few reviews. Most of the ones available are positive, with several commenters praising its ease of use and convenience.
4/5
Total Score
  • Safety
    5/5 Amazing
  • Durability
    4/5 Good
  • Design
    3/5 Neutral
  • Weight
    4/5 Good
  • Assembly
    4/5 Good

Good Things

  • Easy to assemble
  • Easy to connect
  • It's safe for the passenger
  • Lightweight

Not So Good Things

  • The Design is Somewhat Underwhelming
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