If you're looking to buy a trailer, seriously consider a Chariot. It's safety is second-to-none, with big, beefy wheels, a solid aluminum frame and 5-point harness. I can say from experience that it self-rights and the harness holds the kid right in place - explanation: I was walking the bike and trailer around a gate and misjudged the width between two large rocks. A wheel went up on a rock, the trailer started to tip (Liam had a great look on his face; that perfect combination of fear and joy), and I pulled the bike forward, which caused the trailer to right itself (Liam had a relieved look on his face) and land on both wheels.
- It's a great stroller that will go places most other strollers wouldn't come close to.
- With the cross-country ski kit attached, it's fun to drag along on a winter adventure.
- We have a jogging attachment, but never use it because the front wheels for the stroller work fine! And then there's the whole I-don't-run-thing.
- A sleek, bike trailer that tracks so nicely.