- The Pro Seat is the ultimate child seat for MTB families. It's lightning fast to attach and remove, is fully adjustable, and has zero frame contact. - Designed for children 2 – 5 years (up to 60lb / 27kg) - Super fast to fit, remove and swap between bikes - Fully adjustable with zero frame contact - Adjustable to fit electric and regular mountain bikes - Fits all bikes with standard 1-1/8 steerers (10mm clearance required)
- Your favorite Shotgun products, now in one combo package! - Includes the seat, the handlebar, and 2 exclusive items: One mudguard and one stem cap. ABOUT THE SHOTGUN KIDS MOUNTAIN BIKE SEAT: - Front mounted child seat for kids 2 – 5 years - Full rubber protection (for alloy or carbon frames) - Adjustable width and angle to fit all mountain bikes - Quick release fitting for easy installation and removal ABOUT THE SHOTGUN HANDLEBARS: - Accessory for the Shotgun Kids MTB seat - Allen key fixing for easy fitting, removal and adjustment - 250mm in length, with rubber grips designed for little hands - Comes with inserts to fit 25.4mm, 31.8mm and 35mm handlebar diameters - Suitable for flat or riser style handlebars
- With your child riding shotgun, you’ll help foster a love of the outdoors and a passion for riding. The only problem you’ll have is getting them off it. - Designed for children 2 – 5 years (up to 22kg or 48lb) - Full rubber protection (for your alloy or carbon frame) - The shotgun seat has adjustable width, adjustable angle, and has a fully adjustable saddle. It fits top tubes from 30 – 68mm wide, and down tubes from 30 – 100mm wide. - Adjustable width to fit any frame size or shape - Adjustable angle to fit flat or sloping top tubes - Quick-release for easy fitting and removal.
- Accessory for the Shotgun MTB seat - Allen key fixing for easy fitting, removal, and adjustment - 250mm in length, with rubber grips designed for little hands - Comes with inserts to fit 25.4mm, 31.8mm, and 35mm handlebar diameters - Suitable for flat or riser style handlebars - Your child will love riding up front when they have their own handlebars and grips to hold onto
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