Deals signed with multiple retailers

LOCT comes to market

Little Ones Come Too, a front mounted childseat which enables to chid to safely mimic the adult’s movement on bike rides, has come to market.

Company direct, Charles Gordon says of the product: "This product offer the child the real experience of cycling up front where the parent can monitor the child’s experience. As opposed to staring at the ground or the parents back, the child is encouraged to put their hands on the handlebars and take in the experience as if they were riding their own bike."

The saddle is cupped so the child will always stay in the saddle, while strapped stirrups are located on the down tube to give the child security and comfort.

Gordon added: "This product was designed by parents and we have plenty of testimonials from parents that have used LOCT who have said they’ve never seen their child enjoy a bike ride so much, mostly due to the interactive parent to child experience which many feel is forgotten with rear mounted units."

The Loct’s unique mounting system is made up of an Alloy T6 front mount with bearing and rear mount with rubber shims, pivoting with the connecting telescopic tubes loads the bike responsibly down the seat post and fork tube and induces no adverse forces to the frame, likening to the adults loads. The Saddle resembling a ‘Western saddle with pommel’ (a Western cowboy saddle), comes with a rubber non-slip coating that offers excellent support for all of the intended age group.

The saddle only takes a few minutes to fit and set up. It allows for ergonomic adjustments for children within the recommend age group two to six and comes CE marked. It claims to be the only carrying systems that boasts being impact tested for strength. The system fits all A-headset bikes including full suspension mountain bikes from medium up to Xlarge frames and comes with height guidelines as very tall people can take much larger children.

The Product is being prepared and has been shipped to retailers such as:

Leisure Lakes
Edinburgh Cycles
Chain Reaction
Beyond Mountain Bike
Summit Cycles
Active Kids Gear

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