Product Comparison: WeeRide Co-Pilot vs WeeRide Pro-Pilot

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General Specifications
About the Product
The Wee Ride Co-Pilot is great for the whole family. Your child can pedal to help you along or just coast and enjoy the scenery. Either way the Co-Pilot is great fun for both of you.
The Wee Ride Pro-Pilot is great for the whole family. Your child can pedal to help you along, or just coast and enjoy the scenery. Either way it's fun for both of you. The Pro-Pilot is sturdily constructed – just like a regular 20” bicycle.
Key Specs
Maximum Load
75 lbs.
75 lbs.
Number Of Seats
What customers say about "Key Specs"
WeeRide Co-Pilot Bike Trailer
  • My daughter is 6 years old and ~50 pounds. She really enjoys riding this trailer.
  • This bike trailer has been amazing for longer rides and just riding around on the hills around the house. She fits on this trailer perfectly (though she is tall for her age).
  • This is well-constructed and took me only about 30 minutes each to unpack.
  • My 6 year old daughter and I took this out for a ride for the first time this weekend and she absolutely loved it.
  • We've used this all Summer for my 3.5 year old and it works very well.
WeeRide Pro-Pilot
  • My 5-yr-old on loves this, especially when compared to the child seat he was using until we purchased this. It is, of course, heavier than a child seat, so it is literally like towing a bicycle behind you.
  • Lots of pros and cons but our kid absolutely loves this and that is all that counts. Our 6 year old is afraid to ride a bike but this has built a lot of confidence and gets our whole family out riding
  • This has been a fantastic way for all of us to get out and enjoy longer rides and we all get some exercise as well ...It is extremely well made and I'm sure will last long after they out grow them!! the kids absolutely love it ..
  • Cool attachment. Difficult to balance, feel like we're going to tip over half the time though. Need more practice. You should be a strong rider if you get this.
  • Should have bought ten years ago. I have four kids and bought this for the first time for my four year old. He absolutely loves it and enjoys that he can ride with everybody on family bike rides.
Size & Weight
21.5 in.
21.4 in.
27.6 lbs.
25.4 lbs.
6.5 in.
6.8 in.
40 in.
41 in.
Wheel Size
20 in.
20 in.
Frame Material
Cover Material
No cover
No cover
Foldable Design
What customers say about "Construction"
WeeRide Co-Pilot Bike Trailer
  • The parts are well made and while they may seem heavy compared to a lightweight bike, they are very solid.
  • It is well made and easy to put together. It pivots at the seat post as you turn, like a semi-truck.
  • It doesn't fit on our bike rack, but it does fold in half and fit easily in the trunk.
  • it's built study and the folding frameis way to use and makes for easy storage and transport.
  • It also folds up nicely and will stand by itself on the ground when folded for easy storage in the garage.
WeeRide Pro-Pilot
  • Aluminum frame important to me as we live near the beach. Works great and the kids LOVE to go for a ride behind Dad's ebike...would buy again for sure!
  • The nice thing about the pro is also the aluminium frame as this bike is designed so the child can pedal or not, so the adult does most of the work, but I did notice it helped when he pedaled on hills (basically pulled his own weight).
  • The pro is definitely worth the bit of extra money for aluminum frame.
  • Product was beat up in its packaging, scratches through to the frame in some spots. The crank sticks when you try to pedal a full rotation.
  • The pedals fall off and the wheel doesn't fit correctly in the well. I don't feel like this is even safe to use.
Patented swivel hinge (Sync-Link) attachment for maximum stability and control, Front Splash Guard, Fully adjustable handlebars, Quick release system
Light weight aluminum frame fits most 26” mountain bikes, Fits 27”/700c bicycles, Fully adjustable handlebars, Quick folding hinge for easy assembly and storage, Patented swivel hinge (Sync-Link) attachment for maximum stability and control
Seats Type
Padded seats
Padded seats
Harness System
Available Properties
What customers say about "Features"
WeeRide Co-Pilot Bike Trailer
  • I like that both the seat and handlebars are adjustable, which means we should be able to enjoy this trailer for a few years.
  • I also love that it has a big tall flag, so I am less worried about a car not seeing us or especially her.
  • It's pretty easy to take the trailer off and put it on the bike.
  • Much stouter connections for handlebar and bike seat post than Bike-A-Long
  • I like that the handlebars can be tilted toward or away from her so you can really customize the fit.
WeeRide Pro-Pilot
  • Although the center of gravity is lower, I find it actually disrupts my balance more than the child seat, so just be prepared to ride more smoothly and make fewer quick turns and adjustments.
  • Our 5 year old daughter outgrew her WeeRide Kangaroo Bike Seat, so we moved up to a WeeRide Pro-Pilot Tandem Bike Trailer.
  • Only one complaint: the quick-release pin on the hitch. This is the wrong design for a hitch, as opposed to a seat post or wheel clamp. It is difficult to slide a threaded bolt through a just-big-enough hole time and again, and it takes too long to screw it snug and tighten it down.
  • he seat, bars, and rudimentary fixe crank are basic and clunky, the paint job isn't high quality and mars easily (who cares? Its a kid's bike and the frame is aluminum), and the tire is a cheapy (20" tires are $15 when you need to replace it)
  • The seat is the cheapest possible plastic (no padding anymore), The handlebar is painted silver to resemble a normal chromed one, but it's not.
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer warranty
1 year(s)
1 year(s)
Other Information
109.00 $
135.20 $

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