- My take is that it acts like a safety lanyard, a sot of last thing to go scenario, where your kid and pea pod would still be secure. Again, my best guess fromMessage 1 of 8 , Oct 18, 2009View SourceMy take is that it acts like a safety lanyard, a sot of last thing to go scenario, where your kid and pea pod would still be secure. Again, my best guess from looking at the photo.On Sat, Oct 17, 2009 at 2:21 PM, Bill Bonney <billbonney@...> wrote:
So I have the new Peapod LT installed on my xtracycle... When the rain
goes, i'll take it for a test ride, and then with my young son.
I do have a question... Why is there a long "safety strap" with velcro
one end that attaches the seat to the bicycle frame? it just seems so
redundant. Is it because of some strange law related to the xtracycle
extenstion being 'after-market'?
The normal kid seats don't seem to require a 'tether'
see this link http://www.xtracycle.com/peapod-lt.html
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