Dolphin is Winther’s award winning cycle trailer. It takes up to two children and is designed based on optimized safety and comfort. There are two versions of the Dolphin: Dolphin NE and Dolphin XL.
DOLPHIN NE VS DOLPHIN XL
Compared to Dolphin XL the NE has two brakes and both a canopy and side windows that can open. The headroom in a Dolphin NE is 70 cm (The XL has a head room of 75 cm). The side windows can open fully or partly for added ventilation on a hot summer day.
SPACIOUS CABIN WITH ADJUSTABLE SEATS
A cabin headroom of 70 cm gives plenty of space for the children.
The children are secured fastened using the shoulder harness which offers optimal safety.
The seats can be put to sleeping position and the impact-resistant base offers maximum protection of the children.
Behind the seats there is plenty of space for luggage, shopping bags and more.
Despite its spacious cabin, the Dolphin is among the most narrow 2-seater child cycle trailers in its class with a total width of less than 80 cm. The narrow width makes you feel safe even on narrow cycle path.
FOCUS ON SAFETY AND COMFORT
The hood has reflector strips on all sides to ensuring a safe journey. The rear end of the hood comes in clear yellow; an intentional choice making the cycle trailer easy to spot in daylight as well as after dark.
We use puncture resistant Schwalbe tires on the Dolphin trailer. These tires are specially developed for trailers ensuring a comfortable and stable ride.
The ventilation in the cabin is easily adjusted. Both side windows can be fully or partially opened using a zipper. The front window can be fully opened while the net still protects against bugs, the sun etc.
NOT JUST A TRAILER…
The Dolphin is also great for going shopping or just taking along. It is easily fitted with the pushbar and the rotatable front wheel which makes it steer like a push-buggy. The large wheels make it light and easy to push even over rough grounds.
Dolphin NE comes in red or black delivered with an adaptor for weber coupling and buggy wheel. There are two different coupling options: the Winther standard or the Weber coupling. Always ask your dealer which coupling fits your bike.
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