Manoeuvring through tight spots with the one-seater
One-seaters and two-seaters differ in exactly three aspects: their track width, their weight and their cargo area.
The Croozer one-seater boasts a particularly narrow track width of 72 cm (28 in.), which means it can fit through any door or gate and is easy to manoeuvre through tight spots, like the notoriously problematic “maze gates” at rail crossings and the narrow aisles and check-out queues of supermarkets. One-seaters are also especially well-suited for tram, train or bus rides.
In addition, our one-seater Kid versions weigh a mere 15.9 kg (35 lb), which is almost 2 kg (4 lb) less than the two-seater versions. This also means that they are easier to pull as a trailer, push as a stroller or jogger – and carry down to the cellar for storage.
The narrower track width also has an effect on the volume of the cargo area: It can only hold 42 litres, which is almost 10 L less than the two-seater. However, there is still plenty of space for changing bags, toys and any groceries you decide to pick up on your way home from nursery school!
And for families that are still growing: It’s no problem at all to transition later from a one-seater to a two-seater because, thanks to their high quality and impressive durability, our bicycle trailers are easy to sell. Furthermore, when you buy a new two-seater a few years down the road, you can upgrade to the latest model – by then, there will most likely be a few technical updates and improvements!
The one-seater is perfect for you if…
- …you have one child between 0 and 6 years of age and are not planning any more children
- …you plan to use the Croozer a lot in the city or often have to manoeuvre through tight spots/bike paths
- …you often take the tram, train or bus
- …you will have to carry the child trailer often, e.g. when storing it in the cellar or transporting it with your car