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Rear mounted child bike seats are the most common method of riding with kids and babies, and for good reason. They are affordable, they fit on nearly any bicycle, and they accommodate a wide range of ages. In this guide, I offer my favorite rear mounted child and baby bike seats, tell you what to look for when shopping for a seat, and provide a comparison chart of many of the most popular bike seats on the market.

If you need more help knowing which seat will fit your bike and which will best fit your needs, read on. They are, without a doubt, the best rear-mounted bike seats on the market. The Thule Yepp Maxi is my top pick for rear-mounted bike seats. This flexibility makes the seat workable for nearly any type of bike.

Both versions of the seat come in an array of beautiful colors, are comfortable for the child, and have a long lifespan and good resale value. No muss, no fuss. The Thule RideAlong offers an array of top-notch features including suspension and a sturdy quick release bracket for installation. That said, our favorite thing about the RideAlong is how easy it is to recline for napping. With a single hand, the seat can be reclined up to 20 degrees. The seat itself it comfortable and the padding is removable for machine washing. The foot and shoulder straps and quick and easy to adjust and can be done on the fly.

Read Our Review: Thule Ridealong. The Hamax Caress child bike seat is unique in that the back adjusts to grow with your. Easily adjustable footrest and harness systems make further additional adjustments a cinch as well. We appreciated that the seat not only reclines, it also has suspension. This makes it a great option for kids who like to nap while on the bike. Our one knit-pick with the seat, however, is that the neck pillow is almost mandatory due to the lack of padding at the top of the seat. Read Our Review: Hamax Caress. Compared to many other rear-mounted bike seats, the CoPilot Limo is relatively easy to install and uninstall.

The Burley Dash line of rear-mounted child bike seats comes in several versions to best fit your needs. Our favorite feature is the storage pocket on the back of the seat where you can stash some library books or granola bars. What else to love? The price. Read Our Review: Burley Dash.

It also has a ton of ventilation which makes it a good pick for hot climates. The Polisport Guppy is a top pick due to its recessed helmet pocket awesome for babies and toddlers and super-quick installation and removal. A rear storage compartment is another bonus and provides ample room for diapers and snacks. Comes in both frame and rack-mounted versions.

If you have a bike with disc brakes, the Topeak Babseat II is one of your better options. It also comes in a standard non-disc version, so be careful with version you buy. Thanks to the included rack it also fits on a wide variety of frame sizes and geometries. One thing to take note of before buying, however, is that this is truly a baby seat. The Bell Shell provides the bare minimum with no fancy bells or whistles. Front mounted bike seats have a special place in my heart.

Unfortunately, they have a pretty limited life-span as the weight limit is usually around 30 to 35 pounds. If you have under that weight limit, you might want to check out my top picks for front-mounted bike seats. In addition to fitting a wider range of ages, rear mounted bike seats are generally thought to be safer, and they work well with Individual adult girlss im your townie large variety of bikes—cruiser, mountain bike, cargo bike, etc.

Have you thought about other options for carrying your child by bike? Other child bike carriers include trailers, cargo bikes, and more. The Yepp Junior, for instance, will fit kids up to 77 pounds. As for whether bike seats are appropriate for babies is a matter of debate.

They are certainly not appropriate for biking with infants. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends waiting until babies are 12 months old. In other places Europe for instanceit is more acceptable to bike with a baby once they have good neck control—around 9 months old. Rear mounted child bike seats are either affixed directly to the bike via the frame or seatpost OR they are attached to a rack. If you have a rack or a long-tail cargo bikethis tends to be the easiest option. Some bike seats even come with a rack. I like the Topeak Explorer.

Another awesome choice is to convert your bike to a long-tail cargo bike with the Xtracycle Leap. Beyond personal preference, you also need to consider the bike you are using and which type of mounting will work best. Which brings me to our next point…. One child might max out a 40 lb bike seat at 3 and another at 6.

Choose a seat that gives your child plenty of room to grow to maximize the value of your investment. Many of the more expensive rear-mounted seats recline. This is NOT a necessary feature, but certainly nice to have. For younger kids who are likely to fall asleep, the reclining seats also help keep their he from flopping forward while they snooze.

The weight of rear-mounted child bike seats varies quite a bit. As a general rule, lighter is better. Suspension makes for a more comfortable ride for your child especially if you tend to ride on rougher ro Individual adult girlss im your townie unpaved rail trails. What makes Individual adult girlss im your townie seat great versus just so-so is how easy it is to use on a daily basis.

Strapping your child in is one of those things that really puts a seat to the test. You want the straps to be tight and secure on their shoulders and easy to buckle. Most rear-mounted bike seats have adjustable shoulder straps but some are easier to use than others. The Thule RideAlong, for instance, has some of our favorite shoulder straps. The height adjusts easily by sliding rather than having to re-thread the straps thru a higher hole. Considering that kids grow seemingly overnight this is a nice-to-have feature.

Is there one seat that does it all? Or is our best bet to do a thule ride along for the road bike and then an iBert for his mountain bike? Thanks so much! We definitely used the iBert on our road bikes. Thank you for this information. Is it possible to just change the connector used if it is not compatible with my bike or are the seats not Individual adult girlss im your townie Hi Angela, Picking the right seat can be a little tricky. Some seats can be mounted either way but require an adaptor the Thule Yepp Maxi is like thisbut most can only be mounted one way or the other.

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If you have a bike with a rack already installed, this is a no brainer — go with the rack-mounted seat. Otherwise, just make sure you closely read the specs on the seat you want before buying. Most seats, for instance, will call out specific seat tube dimension that it can fit on. Can you attach seat, specifically the hamax caress, to any rear bike rack? Hi John, Good question. You do have to look at the maximum weight limit of a rack.

Not all have a high enough weight limit to install a bike seat. Some Topeak racks are ok for use with child seats. What rack did you go with for the Hamax? Any tips would be greatly appreciated! Question, I recently got a hyper cruiser and purchased a bell shell rear carrier.

What is the best seat for the hyper cruiser? We love bicycling and I super bummed! Thank you so much! Hope to hear back. Hi Stacie, Due to the geometry on that bike, you are probably going to have a hard time fitting a seat.

Depending on how old your child is, you might want to try a front-mounted seat like the ibert. Did I miss read? You might be looking at the Yepp Maxi instead of the Yepp Junior? The Yepp Junior is a bit tricky to find in the U. CHeers, KB. Hi, I appreciate your review of bike seats. We currently have the yepp mini and love it, but our son is pushing the weight limit! Thanks, Ana. We are looking into a seat for our almost 2year old son he is only 25lb but I have a dual suspension bike what would be a good seat if Individual adult girlss im your townie for my bike. Your best bet is going to be a seat like the MacRide which is what I use on my full suspension mountain bike.

I have found that with our Topeak mounted on a cruiser, riding is pretty unstable. This article states that Individual adult girlss im your townie you have disk brakes then the Topeak Babyseat II is probably the only option.

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Many thanks. Cheers, KB. It seems like they both have all the same features, and the Belelli has the added bonus of having good ventilation. The Thule is definitely the nicer seat. The seat padding on the Thule is thicker, the straps are more substantial, the foot straps are more durable, etc, etc, etc. If you are just looking for a seat to occassionally roll around town, the Individual adult girlss im your townie on the Bellelli is awesome. We only have one vehicle in our family, and my husband works an hour away, so he has to take it to work every day.

Our oldest son is starting kindergarten in September, and his school is a 25 minute walk away. Our older son is a proficient bike rider already and rides his bike everywhere we go when his dad is at work, so I thought riding with the 2 year old in seat would help save us some time since we have to make a trip either to or from his school 4 times a day.

So the rear mounted child seat would likely be used daily for 10ish minutes at time, 4 times a day. With that in mind, do you think I would regret getting the Belelli over the Thule? New to this whole thing. I just purchased an older adult tricycle though and love it. The trike has a rack thing on the back, already welded on, that was used to carry a medium-ish sized metal box to deliver sandwiches at one point in its life.

Any advice? Send me a pic kristenbonkoski bpcole. Hi Kristen, great post and lots of information! I have Hamax rear-mounted attaching to seat post and it has served us well. Now I need a rack for panniers… can you use a pannier rack and a bike seat at the same time? Individual adult girlss im your townie you!

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Hi Joyce, Thanks for the kind words. Depending on the size and geometry of your frame you may or may not be able to fit the seat over a rack.

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