Family bike rides are the ultimate Summer activity (and guaranteed to tire out a tot), but if your child is not old enough to keep up on their own bike, there are a few great options to bring them along for the ride. Keeping in mind that bicycle safety  is always priority number one, we have a few fun options for making the family bike ride work for your brood!
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Front Mounted Child Bicycle Seat
Put your child in front of you with this iBert Safe-T Front Mounted Child Bicycle Seat ($90, originally $95).
Schwinn Deluxe Child Carrier
Rather have your tot ride in the rear? Then the Schwinn Deluxe Child Carrier  ($69) is for you — and great for kiddos who are happy just watching the sights go by.
Weehoo iGo Bicycle Trailer
For longer rides, or younger children, this Weehoo iGo Bicycle Trailer  ($389, originally $399) is pricey, but it allows children to eat, sleep, pedal, or just sit back and enjoy the ride while safely secured in the trailer.
WeeRide Co-Pilot Bike Trailer
For an eager or older child, this WeeRide Co-Pilot Bike Trailer  ($97, originally $120) helps teach kids to ride a bike (its a controlled lesson in balance), and it gets them pedaling!
Double Child Bike Trailer, Stroller, and Jogger
We loves this Aosom Elite II 3in1 Double Child Bike Trailer, Stroller, & Jogger  ($140, originally $200) because it fits two kiddos and easily converts from a bike trailer to a stroller to also a jogger.
Baby Snuggler For Burley Child Bicycle Trailers
Want to take a family ride, but worried your baby will get tousled around too much? The Burley Baby Snuggler For Burley Child Bicycle Trailers  ($75, originally $84) fits in bike trailers equipped with five-point safety harnesses and provides younger riders with extra padding and support.