The Yuba Mundo can be configured to accommodate children of all ages - from babies to toddlers, rug rats to tweens, and beyond.
- Rani C. and his daughters commute in style year round in Canada.
In general, the American Medical Association recommends that children can be transported on a bike in a child seat, such as the Yepp Maxi, from when they can hold their head upright (about 12 months or 20 pounds) to about 36 months or 36 pounds. To give parents more security, we made sure it will accommodate kids up to 48 months old or 48 lbs. That being said, children get bigger faster or slower, and are ready to move to sitting on the Soft Spot at different ages. It really depends on the temperament of the child.
- Two adorable monkeys getting ready to go for a ride at Pedalfest.
- Notice the Mundo in the background with alternative child seat set up.
The next set up after the Yepp Maxi would be setting up the Mundo(make sure wheelskirts are installed) a Leg Up, Soft Spots, and either Monkey Bars or a Hold On Bar. If you're taking a lot of short trips with a lot of ons and offs, then Hold on Bars are ideal, if you have two or more kids to haul longer distances, and they like to interact with (tickle) each other or fall asleep, the Monkey Bars are more ideal.
- This Sparkle Princess is ready for camp.
- Here's some happy campers getting ready for a summer vacation.
Once the kids get to be a bit bigger, and their feet can reach the Sideloaders, you probably will want to get Bamboo Boards or a Running Board and a Towing Tray. A Rumble strap can be added for increased security after they've outgrown the Monkey Bars.
- You can see kids of all ages with all set ups in this photo from Dave C.