A Swedish firm is hoping to make getting around with a young child easier - and save your aching arms - by introducing the bike seat that doubles up as a stroller.
Called Påhoj, it clips onto the back of a standard bike using a specially-designed attachment.
A child, up to a height of 3.2ft (1 metres), is then strapped into the seat in an almost vertical position.
The parent cycles to their destination, and once they arrive, can unclip the seat and push it like a regular buggy.
The concept was created by Swedish designer Lycke von Schantz and a prototype has been safety tested.
Credit: Lycke von Schantz