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Co-Rider Ltd manufacture the CO-RIDER front mounted child seat for a bicycle. We actively support, encourage and promote parent/cycling in the UK.

Supporting SUSTRANS in the UK we aim to get parents out of the car and on to the bike, cycling with their children.

We supply Co-Rider equipped adult bikes for charity rides free of charge and several local bike loan schemes to give parents the opportunity to try riding together before investing in bikes, seats, helmets etc. We have run this in conjunction with local bike shops in the south of england.

We are also working with local parent groups, schools and councils to implement "Ride to school" schemes for children to ride accompanied to local schools.

The Co-Rider front mounted child seat.
Designed and manufactured entirely in the United Kingdom the CO-RIDER’s completely new design can be tailored to the size and geometry of each adult bicycle to ensue the best possible fit.

The Co-Rider mid/front mounted child seat is NOT aimed solely at Dads on big mountain bikes (although lots of dads on big mountain bikes use the CO-RIDER). It is equally suited to Mums regardless of what type of bike you ride (with the possible exception of some folding bikes).

The simple loading/unloading procedure removes the need to find a wall to prop your bike against and the tough powder coated parts will withstand what ever the elements have to offer.

Supplied fully assembled the CO-RIDER only requirers final adjustment to suit your particular bike.

Unlike some front mounted child seats, the CO-RIDER’s slim seat design DOES NOT FORCE YOU TO RIDE WITH YOUR KNEES APART!

Since its launch in June 2010 we have shipped more than 250 Co-Rider seats to Australia, our hope is to find a distributor in Australia before the end of 2011.

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