February 24, 2018
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Gear: Cycling seat keeps young passenger in full view

By Shelby Sheehan-Bernard, McClatchy-Tribune News Service

If you’re a parent of a toddler, it’s likely that you’ve wondered what’s safer when bike riding with the little one: a seat mounted directly behind you or a trailer cart. The iBert Safe T-Seat offers another alternative to consider. Center-mounted behind the handlebars, the T-Seat allows your child to be in full view at all times and may provide a better center of gravity than other mounted seats.

Made from rust-resistant, durable materials, the seat is contoured for comfort and includes a removable seat pad to absorb bumps. It also has a back rest and a lap bar with steering wheel and nap pad. (Perfect to engage young children in the action.)

The T-Seat fits on most bikes with a minimum ¾-inch steering tube and installs easily with a secure mounting assembly. It is manufactured in the USA.

The seat fits most children between 1 and 4 years old and up to 38 pounds and 42 inches tall.

It is available in green and bright pink. Price $109.95. For more information and a list of retailers, visit www.ibertinc.com.

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