Mission RV Child Transporter vs Trek Sprocket 1 20

Compare Specifications of Mission RV Child Transporter and Trek Sprocket 1 20

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Mission RV Child Transporter
Mission RV Child Transporter

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Trek Sprocket 1 20
Trek Sprocket 1 20

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Technical Specifications
Load Carrying Capacity -- Combined weight of bicycle, rider, and cargo of 80 pounds (36 kg)
Frame Powder coated frame with high gloss finish Aluminum w/patented Flat Foot Technology
Stem -- Forged alloy 25.4 mm quill, 40 mm extension
Handle Bar -- Electra 20" Sprocket
Fork -- High tensile steel
Seatpost -- Alloy 27.2 mm x 250 mm
Grip -- Kraton
Crankset -- Steel 3-Piece w/dual position 140 mm arms
Pedals -- Resin 9/16˝ w/reflectors
Chain -- KMC S1
Saddle Very large padded coil sprung saddle Electra Kids Selle Royal 20˝ saddle, matching design w/scuff guard
Headset -- 1" steel threaded
Hub Front -- Steel 32h freewheel
Hub Rear -- Steel 32h
Cassette -- Sunrun 18T
Chainrings -- Steel 32T chainring
Bottom Bracket -- 68 mm/126 mm threaded
Stand -- Alloy kickstand
Tyres
Front 20″ x 2.0″ cruiser tyres 20 x 2.15" w/reflective stripe w/puncture-resistant Kevlar Guard casing, 67TPI
Rear 20″ x 2.0″ cruiser tyres 20 x 2.15" w/reflective stripe w/puncture-resistant Kevlar Guard casing, 67TPI
Wheel / RIM 20″ wheels Anodized alloy w/machined sidewalls
Brakes
Front V brake Alloy linear-pull
Rear Drum Alloy linear-pull
Suspension
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Rear -- --
Colors Available
Colors -- Matte Ninja Black


Physical Specs
Length 1840 mm --
Width 790 mm --
Overview
Features - A twin rear seat to take two young children with safety harness.
- A comfortable riding position, with high handlebars and a very comfortable saddle
- Protective wheel discs to stop little fingers.
- Storage underneath the seat
- Full steel mudguards front and rear
- Flat Foot Technology
Additional Details Sealed bearings on rear axle and wheels
Inside leg measurement : 73cm to 84cm
Stainless steel and anti-rust hardware

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