Connect+ Passenger Kit

In Stock

59 reviews

Compatible with:

  • RIFT (additional hardware included in the bike box to install wheel guards) 150lbs weight limit
  • PORTOLA (wheel guards not compatible. Need two M8 bolts to install pegs, customer support can provide) 130lbs weight limit
  • CAFE CRUISER (fully compatible) 150lbs weight limit

What’s Included:

  • Passenger seat, Connect + integrated
  • 2x Wheel guards for added safety. (Cruiser and Rift)
  • 2x Footpegs. Foldable pegs that thread into the chainstays for your passenger: Cruiser, Rift, Revv1, and Portola (with shorter bolts needed)

We advise passengers to wear a helmet and have a secure hold of the rider or a handle when riding.
Passenger Kit Installation Guide

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$125.00

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Reviews

4.7
Based on 59 reviews
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Cory MacAdams

Sturdy durable design, day to day practicality. (Great spot for tag too!)

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Cory MacAdams

Sturdy durable design, day to day practicality. (Great spot for tag too!)

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Steven Chau

The design was really nice and light. I love how the Pegs were custom designed for this bike and folds up preventing any unwanted scratches when folded (unlike a certain nameless similar rival bike). There were a few issues though. Like a previous commentator mentioned, it could have included a handle bar for the passenger, and the other was if it would've been possible to have given the passenger seat some type of suspension or extra cushion for their butt. My wife is a light lady at 103 LBs, but she said after the short 1 mile ride that her buttocks was a bit sore riding over the grassy park to see the solar eclipse this week. Anyways, I still just want to say that we love the bike. Neither of us drive a car, and this was a nice way to get to work, it's already saving us money from all the LYFT rides, and I really like the upgrades I can give it. I already 3D printed a rear-view camera mount I designed over the weekend (no more turning my head back to see any upcoming cars).

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Steven Chau

The design was really nice and light. I love how the Pegs were custom designed for this bike and folds up preventing any unwanted scratches when folded (unlike a certain nameless similar rival bike). There were a few issues though. Like a previous commentator mentioned, it could have included a handle bar for the passenger, and the other was if it would've been possible to have given the passenger seat some type of suspension or extra cushion for their butt. My wife is a light lady at 103 LBs, but she said after the short 1 mile ride that her buttocks was a bit sore riding over the grassy park to see the solar eclipse this week. Anyways, I still just want to say that we love the bike. Neither of us drive a car, and this was a nice way to get to work, it's already saving us money from all the LYFT rides, and I really like the upgrades I can give it. I already 3D printed a rear-view camera mount I designed over the weekend (no more turning my head back to see any upcoming cars).

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Trevor C.

Brilliantly thought out with the Quick Connect system. Makes it an absolute breeze to install and remove when needed. My 4 year old step daughter loves this thing and I went ahead and installed a cheap handle bar to give her a bit more support. No issues with heel strikes, but I can see in the future when she gets bigger that she will need to rest the front of her shoes on the pegs to prevent the heel strikes.

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1-6 of 59 reviews
  1. Emily

    The seat is just the right size and comfort and my daughter has ridden successfully.


    How does the bike* fit? Please share your height/size and the frame type you ordered, if applicable. : Perfect


    6 days ago
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  2. Robert G.

    Grand kids love it

    1 week ago
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  3. Cory MacAdams

    Sturdy durable design, day to day practicality. (Great spot for tag too!)


    What size (if applicable to your purchase) did you purchase and how did it fit you? : As a 220 pound near 6 foot tall man, the Portola is incredibly comfortable and nimble enough to commute quick.


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    1 month ago
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  4. Jose

    We have not tried carrying a passenger yet because we only had one day with the bikes before returning from our vacation home but the folding foot pegs and clear wheel shields are solid and well-built, as is the seat, which is easy to pop on and off. We anticipate using the second passenger option a lot.

    2 months ago
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    • Ride1Up

      The passenger kit is definitely a great add on for the Cafe Cruiser, Rift and Portola.

      2 months ago
  5. Steven Chau

    The design was really nice and light. I love how the Pegs were custom designed for this bike and folds up preventing any unwanted scratches when folded (unlike a certain nameless similar rival bike). There were a few issues though. Like a previous commentator mentioned, it could have included a handle bar for the passenger, and the other was if it would’ve been possible to have given the passenger seat some type of suspension or extra cushion for their butt. My wife is a light lady at 103 LBs, but she said after the short 1 mile ride that her buttocks was a bit sore riding over the grassy park to see the solar eclipse this week.
    Anyways, I still just want to say that we love the bike. Neither of us drive a car, and this was a nice way to get to work, it’s already saving us money from all the LYFT rides, and I really like the upgrades I can give it. I already 3D printed a rear-view camera mount I designed over the weekend (no more turning my head back to see any upcoming cars).

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    2 months ago
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    • Ride1Up

      Thank you for your review, we will share this feedback with our development team.

      2 months ago
  6. Todd

    Fits perfectly, nice addition to the bike!

    3 months ago
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