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Enjoy going for a ride with your favorite pet, safer than leashing them to your bike and perfect for pets with arthritis. The Aosom Elite II Pet Trailer works great for pets up to 88 lbs, has a suspension for a smooth ride and a front wheel that can be fixed for jogging or can swivel 360 degrees for strolling.
- Lightweight steel frame
- The front wheel can be fixed for jogging or swivel for strolling
- Adjustable handle bar
- Ultra smooth-rolling 20" wheels
- Converts to stroller in seconds w/out tools
- Three entrances for maximum convenience getting your pet in and out; top, front and back doors
- Front door features a mesh door for ventilation and also a separate rain guard to protect from the elements
- Safety leash included inside to safely secure your pet during their ride
- (1) storage pocket on each side
- (1) Aosom type 'A' bike hitch/coupler included
- Max Weight Capacity: 88 lbs (even though the trailer can handle up to 88 lbs, please check the interior trailer measurements to make sure its sufficient size for your pet)
- Assembled Weight: 37 lbs
- Front Wheel: 10" x 2"
- Rear Wheel: 20" x 1.75"
- Overall (w/ Handlebar and Front Wheel installed): 52"D x 31"W x 40 1/2"T
- Interior: 30 1/2"D x 23 1/2"W x 21 1/2"T sloping towards the front to 0"
Aosom Elite II Pet Trailer
This review is from: Aosom Elite II Pet Dog Bike Bicycle Trailer Stroller Jogger w/ Suspension - Black
Pros: Good ventilation for dogs; roomy; fairly smooth ride; easy to attach to bicycle; easy to fold up and store; large wheels make a smoother ride.
Cons: The wheels are designed incorrectly - they are about 2" too close to the brake lever bar; therefore the brakes were always "on" and did not allow the tires to spin. I had to bend the bars at an angle to allow the tires to spin freely and for the brakes to work properly. I think that when this section of the trailer was designed, the tires were not inflated, so it looked okay until air was pumped into the tires.
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