I have a 4 year old son, who's on the bigger side of the height and weight charts; he weighs 21.5kg and is 115cm tall.
He can cycle on his own–but not uphill–and only relatively short distances before he gets tired.
I want to start taking him places further away, and he is very excited to try a seat or a trailer as he saw other kids use them.
The problem is that he's too tall and too heavy for traditional seats as they are capped at 22kg. I've found some other options such as Qibbel 6+ Junior and Bobike One Junior, but now I'm not sure if my rear rack will hold it or my wheels can handle the load. Some Googling tells me that 26B marking can not hold that much weight.
I am around 2m myself and weigh over 110kg, so the two of us might actually be way too much. At this point I'm not too sure if tires that can handle this exist nor where to find them. Is that the weakest link? I keep reading about difficulties turning and weight distribution, and I'm just not sure if this is feasible.
I've looked at trailers next and they all appear to be capped at around 105cm of height, meaning he won't be able to sit up straight with a helmet on.
Do I have to go for a Dutch-style cargo bike like Workcycles for this task, or do I have any other safe options?