What age does a child have to be to ride in a child seat on a bicycle?

Question Details: Is there a minimum age a child has to be to ride on an attachable bicycle seat?

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There is no minimum age. However, there are minimum safety requirements for using an attachable bicycle seat: for example, the attachable seat must protect the child's legs from the wheels of the bike.

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