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Snoozer Pet Rider Rear Bicycle Seat, Black

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  • For pets up to 24-pound
  • Easy installations
  • Best used with bicycle rack
  • Removable washable cover with high visibility neon reflective stripe on rear
  • Includes security strap/restraint to keep pet inside carrier
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Dimensions 10 inches x 19 inches x 16 inches 10 inches x 10 inches x 13 inches 15.5 inches x 14.5 inches x 10 inches 10 inches x 11.5 inches x 16 inches
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  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 16 x 10 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B003SZN4SE
  • Item model number: 85000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (107 customer reviews)
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Product Description

The pet rider bicycle seat comfortably lets your favorite pet ride along with you. Each pet rider comes with stitched in high-visibility reflective tape for added safety during your bike travels. Machine washable black quilt and fleece. Securely straps to rear bicycle carrier and frame. A strap is provided to secure your pet to a harness. Outside: 19-inch by 16-inch by 10-inch; inside: 15-inch by 12-inch

Customer Reviews

My dog loves going for a bike ride with me.
Nancy
It fit perfectly on my bike and my 25 pound dog fit perfectly in it!
Nancy
He was more comfortable and secure latched in with the harness.
jaymay08

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119 of 120 people found the following review helpful By jaymay08 on July 19, 2010
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This was the only bike basket I could find for my 24 lb. Boston Terrier (most carriers seem to be for 12 lbs and under). When it's all strapped onto my bike, it's quite sturdy. My dog tends to lean to one side or the other and the thing doesn't shift. It has a nice plush interior and he seems to be comfy and really enjoy the ride.

p.s. Only works if you have a splash guard/bike rack already installed onto the back of your bike. This is what the basket sits on for it's support.

p.s.s. The interior strap works best if your dog is wearing a harness, not a collar. The latch is in the back of the basket and it only goes up so far and it's easier to attach onto a ring on their back than one further up on their neck. He was more comfortable and secure latched in with the harness.
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40 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Justin Winokur on July 25, 2011
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I bought this for my 12 pound Boston Terrier (she is small). I didn't want her weight over the front since it will affect steering and this was the only carrier made for the back.

Overall, it is pretty good. The instructions on installing it are not clear but I found this YouTube video that explains it better: [...]

I do not know if it is because my bike has a large frame or something else but the location of the buckles made their install method not work well. I had to come up with my own that went to the bottom of the rack instead. My way works very well and hold it on quite securely.

One of my biggest gripes is that there isn't much on how to attach your dog. I followed what I think was their method and she jumped out once. Side note: You MUST use a harness and not a collar!!! Anyway, I put her back in with the strap woven through her harness and it held her more. Or, she found out that being held by the harness hurts and bit and didn't jump again. She hung there so it isn't like she hit the ground. Still, not good.

I am going to say it again, use a harness and not a collar. It would have broken her neck if she jumped with a collar holding her.

So, to sum it up with some new points.
Pros:
- Unique (didn't find any other rear carriers)
- Very padded. (We put it on the floor when not on the bike and she uses it as a bed)
- Reflector is very visible
- Washable
Cons:
- Not great instructions for installation
- Even worse instructions for dog attachment
- Dog was able to jump when used (seemingly) properly
+ She was still safe and not on the ground!
- Very large to store (not so bad since she uses it as a bed too)
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36 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Mary on September 19, 2011
Mac (my Westie) and I are the hit of every bike trail where we try to put in 20 miles a day. "There goes the old lady with the dog." It's a little difficult to tell how the dog is supposed to be restrained within the built in harness, but I just made it as small as possible and hooked the underside of his existing harness and it works very well. It must be fairly snug or they can still fall out and dangle until you can stop and pull them back in. My husband was a little concerned about what would happen if I fell, with him not having a chance to 'escape.' I suppose he is correct, but not only have I not fallen, I now know who is #1 in my husband's eyes. LOL
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Fernheart on July 28, 2013
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your dog will not fall out, or be able to jump out. I ride with a 14 pound angry schnauzer. She barks and lunges at everything. If she sees other dogs, squirrels, favorite swimming places she hurls her body weight to the side she wants while barking furiously. It rocks the boat a little, but as long as her harness is on tight and the seat's straps are nice and short she's not going anywhere. The strap on the seat is hooked to 3 sides keeping the dog stuck in the middle.
The only dangerous part (for me) is other dogs lunge at us in response to what i assume are challenges to fight to the death in dog language from the bike riding terrier fury in the back seat. i make sure and go far around other dogs and make sure the owner has a good grip on the leash. No one is more surprised than me that i haven't ended up pedaling for my life while being chased by pit bulls.
i wasn't sure if my dog was enjoying these rides or not. But now when i try to get my bike out of the garage she runs around it doing the awkward pick-me-up jump and glaring at me with her beady little eyes. I'm not allowed to take the bike out without her.

UPDATE- After several rides she got braver and braver. I had to add a second leash to hold her head more forward. She found if she wiggled her harness sideways enough she could make it to the back of the seat and hang off the back dangling off the edge. Scared me to death, but she didn't fall and continued to bark. She regrets nothing. I feel like she needs a hannibal lector mask and straight jacket to ride well. It works great for my other dog that holds still, but he doesn't much care to go for bike rides.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By John Smith on July 31, 2012
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This is the only carrier Ive seen that is big enough for a 20 lb dog. It is not meant for a very small dog but you can probably make some modifications to the harness to make it work. It is very stable and dog loves it! He comes to work with me on a short commute every day and this has been the perfect solution. He gets so excited when he sees me strap the carrier onto the bike. It is stable and goes on easily. The dog then uses the bike carrier as a dog bed under my desk at work.

Instructions for harnessing the dog to the carrier do not come with the product and Ive noticed several frustrated reviewers. Here is what worked well for me.. First, as product directions specify, use a harness on your dog (not a collar) for safety. The built-in harness is meant to keep the dog from standing up. Strap the built-in harness so it goes over the dogs butt and hook it to the dogs harness on his back, at the top nearest his head (or as high as it reaches depending on the size of your dog). Next stick his hind legs out the sides of the built in harness so he cant squirm out of it. Then take a carabeener (not included) or the dog's collar (depending on how much freedom you want him to have) and loop it around the extra horizontal strap inside the carrier and then attach it to the belly side of the dogs harness (often there is a loop by the dogs chest). This keeps him in really tight and he can't lean over too far to the side while trying to peek past me. I can actually make it tight enough so he has to lie down. It keeps him in one place and he cant shift his weight around too much affecting my balance. My dog doesnt mind this at all and lounges in the soft bed. Keeping him in tight also prevents him from falling out the side and getting squished by me and the bike if I had some accident...
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