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Chariot Carriers  Cougar 2 Chassis

Chariot Carriers

Cougar 2 Chassis

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5.0 stars
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Chariot Carriers Cougar 2 Chassis

Chariot's Cougar 2 boasts a light and nimble aluminum frame and lightweight 20-inch aluminum wheels. It comfortably carries two children in the adjustable suspended and padded seat. It also features a large storage pocket, reflective fabric for 360-degrees of low-light visibility and a removable, hand-washable seat bottom. Plus, the weather cover and side air vents make sure your little ones ride in luxury. The Cougar easily folds for storage and transportation, too.

 

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Pros

  • Comfortable ride  (3)
  • Easy to configure and adjust  (3)
  • Lightweight  (3)
  • Durable  (2)
  • Fits through doors 

Cons

  • Large for a sedan trunk 
  • Large to store 
  • Pricey / poor value 
  • Sort of helmet friendly 

Best Uses

  • Street riding  (3)
  • Light riding  (2)
  • Beach 
  • Big kids 
  • Built in covers 

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5.0

Best product I've ever bought as a Mom!

By Mom of 5 year old and 3 year old

from Edmonton, AB

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • It does everything
  • Comfortable Ride

Cons

  • Expensive
  • Large to store

Best Uses

  • Moves well in ALL weather
  • Comfort
  • Great storage
  • Maneuvers well
  • Built in covers
  • Light Trails
  • Big Kids
  • Street Riding

Comments:

The price of the Chariot is a hard pill to swallow but it is so worth the money. We use it everywhere for almost every purpose. The kids love it because they can see well, are comfortable, they can hop in and out on their own and it holds everything!

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5.0

The best!

By A&W

from Winnipeg, MB

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Easy to Configure and Adjust
  • Sturdy
  • Comfortable Ride
  • Lightweight

Cons

  • Large for a sedan trunk

Best Uses

  • Light Trails
  • Rollerblading
  • Walking
  • Beach
  • Snow
  • Street Riding

Comments:

This has been the best investment we've made thus far for our girls. We have a 2 year old and a 3 month old that goes in the child sling. It is such a comfortable ride for the girls and allows us to get some much needed exercise. It is great for walking to the park, going to the beach, keeping bugs off them and keeping them out of the sun. I would recommend this to anyone. The price is hard to swallow at first, but I have absolutely no regrets.

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5.0

Excellent for many uses.

By Bike and ski fan

from Orillia Ontario

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Comments:

Spent months shopping in MEC, Nashbar, REI, etc and overall this is number one for so many reasons, the foremost being built in Canada. My child was six months when we started using this and he never gets tired of it! We have dragged it all over central Ontario to different Xcountry ski clubs and everywhere we go people ask about it. My advice is don't go cheap with units like MEC sells. The Cougar is way more sturdy, safe, versatile, and comfortable for your upcoming Olympic athlete sitting behind you.

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5.0

This is a better mousetrap

By Cyclewest

from Bath, ME

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

  • Lightweight
  • Very well built
  • Comfortable Ride
  • Has a cult following
  • Sturdy
  • Easy to Configure and Adjust
  • Fits through doors

Cons

  • Sort of helmet friendly

Best Uses

  • In stores
  • Street Riding

Comments:

We bought the Cougar 2 about 2+ years ago and have literally used it just about every single day since. In snow, rain, sun, you name it. We use it as a stroller with two kids, currently 3 and 1 years old. We had the baby sling in for a while too. We have dropped to a 1 car family and this is our second car. I've taken the kids for a bike ride which almost always turns into their nap, then gone food shopping, converting it back to a stroller while the kids are inside sleeping, gotten the shopping done using the rear cargo area as my shopping cart and converted it back to a bike trailer and they wake up on the way back. It's small enough that it's possible to get it into a store and maneuver most of the time, unlike others we looked at. It keeps them warm in winter, with blankets, it's pretty cool in summer (not super vented if you are walking but great biking), the rain cover is good enough (not totally water tight but great for an hour or so). The best is the conversion from stroller to bike takes about 2 minutes. Or fold it totally flat and put the wheels and push handle inside it and it slips in our car. I would recommend getting a bright colored one and hanging something bright on the back when out on the street biking. Also, the helmet spot for kids is OK. Probably the best out there, but we found that conventional helmets (Giro in our case) wont work. Those helmets have a dial to fit the head and the extra room is in the back of the helmet. But the kids lean back and hit the back rest which forces their helmets forward, no matter how they are adjusted. So to fix this, we've switched to skateboard helmets, which don't have a thick back part. It works great. That is the ONLY issue we've had with our trailer. We totally love it.

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5.0

Awesome!

By Dan

from Milan, NH

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Adaptable
  • Easy to Configure and Adjust
  • Sturdy
  • Well made
  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Jogging
    • Skiing
    • Light Trails

    Comments:

    We use our Chariot all 4 seasons. We jog with it, mountain bike, x-country ski and skijor with ours. Solid performance. It should last through all three kids... [...].

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