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Are bicyle passenger trailers limited to child sizes? I have looked for larger sizes but most stores only offer trailers sized for children. It would be an inline trailer sized for a small to medium size female, 160 pounds (72kg) or less.

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Would it also fit small males, 160 pounds and under? – Jefromi Oct 22 '12 at 16:02
How about a pedicab? – Glenn Nov 5 '12 at 22:05
Who is the trailer for? Also, would a tandem (a bicycle built for two) work? – unforgettableid Nov 11 '12 at 6:05

Equinox makes a larger version of a child carrier for passengers up to 200 lbs. See:

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Wike trailers makes a Special Needs trailer:

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Pashley used to do something a bit like this that I thought went to adult sizes: (And that might be big enough for you.)

Looking at maybe the Pashley was only child size anyway.

I've never seen a large equivalent of the sort of trailers that small children just sit in though.

If by "inline", you mean a single wheel trailer like the Bob Yak, I've never seen a passenger version of them, only two-wheeled.

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Haven't seen a commercial trailer that allows for passive adult passengers. There are the Caboose Trailer Bike and home made Recumbent Bike Trailer as alternatives. Also, Xtracycle supports passengers up to 200 pounds.

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I'm pretty sure I've seen photos of one of the heavy-duty eurobikes with a heavy trailer attached. Don't know any brands, though, or where you'd get one.

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Blue Sky Cycle Carts makes one - we have had it for more than 10 years!

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