Thousands of families are out adventuring, enjoying Ride More seats on a host of different bikes. However, there are a few unique situations to consider.
Road Bikes & Dropped Bars
- Dropped bars reduce space up front for your little one.
- The front wheel sometimes sits tighter to a road bike frame. This can make it difficult to turn the front wheel safely, clear of your kiddo's feet.
- The road bikes we have seen work best with Ride More are those with flat bars, and/or with XL frames.
Spacers with funny shapes and bumps
Double crown forks
- Ride More seats are not compatible with double crown forks.
- The space around the stem is too crowded, interfering with Ride More's front mount clearance, and limiting turning.
- Older Lefty's with a 1.5" steerer tube diameter are not Ride More compatible.
- Newer Lefty's often have the standard 1 ¹/⁸" steerer tube- check your spec as you might be good to roll!
Folding Bikes and Mopeds
- Folding bikes - not compatible (some rare exceptions)
- Mopeds are also a no go