Ride Along Dolly: Doll Bike Seat Review

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I think every girl has had a love of dolls at one point or another in their lives. I remember when I was 4 or 5 I had a doll named Cricket. It was the kind of doll that had a cassette player on her back and so she talked. I thought it was so neat. I remember I used to play with her all of the time and I would make up stories as we played in my tent together.

These days you can get dolls that are made to look just like you or someone you know. You can pick out all their features, practically everything. With so much thought put into some of these dolls it’s no wonder little girls want to take them everywhere, even on a bike ride.

No parent would want their daughter holding onto their doll while they attempt to ride a bike. That would be a huge safety issue. The Ride Along Dolly Doll Bike Seat fixes that problem in a snap (well techinically with a bolt). Ride Along Dolly allows your daughter to take her favorite friend whether a doll or stuffed animal on a ride, safely.
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This doll bike seat attaches to any bike with a standard rear crossbar with a hole. Please note that with some bikes this hole in their rear crossbar is taken up if the bike has hand brakes which was the case with one of the bikes we own.

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Ride Along Dolly comes with sticker decals so your daughter can decorate the doll bike seat as she wishes. It fits all dolls and stuffed animals 18″ – 22″ and that weigh less than 3lbs.
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Too bad they didn’t have something like this when I was little. If I had wanted to take any thing for a ride I would of had to strap it to my bike with a rope. Glad things have changed. How old were you when you first learned to ride a bike without training wheels?

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Krystle Cook – the creator of Home Jobs by MOM – put her psychology degree on a shelf and dived into a pile of diapers and dishes instead. She is a wife and mother to two rambunctious boys, sweating it out in her Texas hometown. She loves cooking, DIY home projects, and family fun activities.

Comments

  1. Susan Cooper says:

    What a cute idea. Sometimes I wish I had little ones again but at least I can get my granddaughter one of these. So cute. 🙂

    • I find little girl things that are cute but I have a house full of tough boy toys here. At least I have a lot of neieces 🙂

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