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For the parent whose mid-life crisis is two kids.

Think about the most luxurious sports car out there—now shrink it, take away the engine, give it a durable fabric exterior, smaller wheels, and two harnesses ... now you have the Chariot Carriers CX2 Stroller. The new CX2 boasts a more streamlined design that allows parents with as much energy as their kids to hit the road running, the trail riding, or snow skiing (kits sold separately). Now you can get out and spend time with the kids, too.

  • CAS Suspension allows manual tool-less adjustment to help absorb shock
  • HeightRight handlebar adjuster features five positions and a removable brake lever
  • Padded seat back and lower seat, plus fleece-lined interior, for all-season comfort
  • Hand-lever-activated drum brakes and parking brake ensure safe use
  • Mesh side panels with zip-off tinted windows and zip-down front window prevent stuffiness
  • Extra photo-luminescent Energlo panels enhance your low-light visibility
  • Two-in-one weather cover with Quickclip for silent access to kid compartment
  • Back pocket for smaller items, removable handlebar bag (doubles as child backpack), extra-large storage bag folds up when not in use
  • Click n’ Store built-in brackets let you store the cycling or jogging arms on the sides of the chassis when not in use
  • This is a chassis only—kits for walking, jogging, biking, hiking, and cross country skiing sold separately

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Here's what others have to say...

5 5

Chariot CX2

I can say without hesitation this is my FAVORITE piece of equipment I've ever purchased as a parent. My biggest regret is that I didn't purchase it sooner. We bought this in 2008 and it is still being used. We lived in Texas and it had great ventilation during hot summer walks. (Not all trailers have this, so if you live in the south you might want to keep that in mind when shopping.)

During camping trips it puts the kids to sleep and they're comfortable enough in the reclined, cushioned seats that you let them nap in it. We've used it closed up during the winter (now live in Michigan) and throw a blanket in and the kids have always been snug as a bug.

My youngest are now 8 & 5, and we biked all summer to swim lessons in it. Now, my eight year old is getting a little tall, but both boys napped EVERY single day in the 16 mile round-trip ride. And the storage in the back was more than ample for two beach towels, bike locks and a shoulder bag for me. It is great exercise, and an unbelievably smooth ride.

It is expensive, no doubt about it. But I am a very detailed person, and I believe this Chariot has been extremely well thought out. I cannot find any complaints after over four years of use. Also, it was looking a bit dirty so I gave it a good cleaning this summer and it looks great.

5 5

Best and most Versatile Carrier of this type

I posted this review previously, and thought it would be worth a re-post. The differences between the 2012 and the 2009 models are negligible - it looks like the newer version has a different kind of material on the hand holds, and the embroidery is slightly different. The 2012 model is well worth the cost.

I purchased this chassis in 2010, and have enjoyed it for a couple of years now. I purchased this along with the following kits: Jogging, Stroller, Hiking, Biking, Infant Sling, Baby supporter, and the hydration cage.

I am very impressed with the chassis itself - it has a solid feel and looks like it will last for ages. The material is strong and looks great - the wheels are smooth, and the adjustable shocks are great (especially now that I have a different-sized child on either side of the carrier requiring different settings).

The wheels are very smooth, and the drum brakes are awesome - this upgrade alone prompted me to spring for the extra cost involved. The UV protection is off the charts on this model, and I am able to protect my kids from the sun for hours at a time while they enjoy the scenery without getting sunburned. The rain cover has performed amazingly through many unexpected storms - there have been no leaks and water rolls off of the chassis. The padding is great - very comfortable for my girls.

I really like the versatility of this carrier - my newborn is able to hang out next to my 2 year old, and they are both very comfortable. When biking it has a low center of gravity, and we haven't been in any serious danger of flipping despite some risky maneuvers and unexpectedly sharp turns (as well as a collision or two :D). The chassis tracks very well and I am constantly surprised at how well it fits into tighter spaces along the trail.

It works well as a jogger, and the stroller kit is a must-have if you are going to use it for shopping or anywhere requiring tighter turns and maneuverability.

The Good:
1) Beautiful Chassis - a real head-turner
2) Great as a bike trailer jogger and stroller- seamlessly modifies from one to the next
3) CTS system is great - very adaptable
4) Very well-padded and comfortable for the kids - fold-down padding allows for helmet use while biking
5) Light-weight
6) Quality construction - very durable
7) Love the handle/hand brake combination. Definitely the most comfortable out there.

The Bad:

1) While I like the 5 point harness system, the cheaper models have the ability to be clipped in and out - the 5 point harness system is a little more cumbersome when changing from one child (middle) to two children, as you have to thread the straps through. It would be nice if they included a clip system to remove/adjust the shoulder straps.
2) The tubes in the tires are too light-weight (good for weight, bad for punctures/staying inflated). I have to pump up the tires every week, so I will be looking to replace with thicker tubes.
3) Too darn expensive. You have to pay top-dollar for the chassis, and then turn around and pay even more for the accessories. Chariot should consider including at least ONE kit with the chassis (maybe the strolling kit).
4) The quick-release jogging wheel has to be perfectly placed or it will rub against the canvas - not a deal breaker, just annoying
5) Handlebars are "reversible" but they don't tell you how to reverse the ergonomically shaped rubber grips - we ended up twisting them around, but now they feel loose (our fault, but clearer instructions would be nice - we still don't know what the actual solution should be)
6) Cargo area is great, but annoying when you have the jogging wheel stored on the back - Jogging wheel drags unless you have the cargo area stowed in the upright position.

Overall, we love our CX2, and would purchase it again. The trick is to find a really good coupon before taking the plunge - it is infinitely superior to the other carriers out there for quality, weight, versatility, and comfort.

5 5

can't live without it!

I use the chariot for running and skiing mostly. Sometimes we use it as a bike trailer, but not often. The XC skiing w/ a chariot is amazing. Its a great workout and the children love it. It is the only time my daughter will fall asleep outside of her bed because she is so comfortable in the chariot. Its also very warm during cold winter temps. We've been out for an hour during single digit days and she comes out toasty warm. If you like xc skiing and you have small children, you must have a chariot.