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    Bell Cocoon

    Does anybody have instructions for a Bell Cocoon bicycle seat? We bought one yesterday for our 1 year old, and when I opened the box to install it today, there were no instructions.

    Unfortunately, it was the last one at the store we bought it from, so we can't exchange it for one with instructions.

    Bell's website is completely useless, so I was hoping somebody had this seat and a set of instructions for it.
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    it's 'leaving the scene of an accident' because no state government has passed a law against 'leaving the scene of an on-purpose'.

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    Nevermind. I'm a guy... I sat and screwed with it until I figured it out.

    'Course, now I know it's gotta be the most insanely over-complex design they could've come up with. What's wrong with mounting it the way my blackburn rack was mounted?
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    it's 'leaving the scene of an accident' because no state government has passed a law against 'leaving the scene of an on-purpose'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fasteryoufool
    Nevermind. I'm a guy... I sat and screwed with it until I figured it out.

    'Course, now I know it's gotta be the most insanely over-complex design they could've come up with. What's wrong with mounting it the way my blackburn rack was mounted?
    That's why I avoid Bell child seats like the plauge.
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    If your bike has breaks, don't ride it.

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    Yeah, well the price was right. It works ok, just a PITA to install, and seemingly more weight than was really neccessary. 'Course, on a 20+ year old steel framed roadbike, what's 5 lbs. more, huh?
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    it's 'leaving the scene of an accident' because no state government has passed a law against 'leaving the scene of an on-purpose'.

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    Check the hardware before every ride, they like to loosen over the course of a ride.
    Bikes use brakes to stop.

    If your bike has breaks, don't ride it.

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    Bell bike seat

    I just purchased a bell seat for my child and there are no instructions please please HELP! I can not figure it out.....thanks

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