Pedal around with your dog on the handlebars. Attaching to your dogs collar, the adjustable leash clasp will keep your pet safely in the dog bike carrier as you ride around. Not only will your dog be secure but they will also be comfortable sitting in the fleece interior of this nylon carrier. The Outer pockets are great for holding your phone, keys, treats, water bottles and more during bike rides.
Easy to clean nylon shell with fleece interior
Secures to bike with two adjustable straps and lower stabilizer bar
The Dog Bike Carrier is made from durable nylon and installs in seconds. The carrier comes in a black and gray pattern and has a 1 year warranty.
The Dog Bike Carrier is designed with your pets comfort in mind. The carrier is made from a durable, easy-to-clean nylon shell and has a fleece inside, top border. The black and gray color scheme is stylish and features a reflective strip for better visibility for motorists when on the road. The front mesh pocket is perfect for holding your cell phone, keys, pet treats, and leash. The side of the carrier has a mesh water bottle holder that fits most standard water bottle sizes.
Attaching the carrier takes only seconds. Simply buckle the two adjustable straps around the handle bars, and rest the lower support mount up against the post of your bicycle and you are ready to go. The inside of the carrier has an adjustable clasp that quickly attaches to your dog's leash keeping them safely inside while riding. Two additional metal supports keep the bottom of the carrier rigid. Removable hard-sided walls slide out to allow you to fold the carrier for storage. The Dog Bike Carrier has a 10 lb weight limit and comes with a 1 year warranty.
Dog bike carrier
Side mesh water bottle pocket
Front mesh pocket
Stylish black and gray color scheme
Removable padded base
Rigid sides remove for easy storage
Secures with two adjustable straps and lower stabilizer bar
At first I cursed at what appeared a "cruel trick" and the lack of instructions and then went to the prior reviews on Amazon and became encouraged by the struggles that had gone on before me. Thank you to the reviewer that hinted at pockets on the bottom.
Well folks here it is:
1. remove the metal rectangular bars located on arrival inside the unit and the odd shaped metal bar
2. flip the carrier over and insert the rectangular bars into the flaps on the bottom ( that are also velcro) so that the bars face upward forming a support on the bottom
3 place the oddly shaped bar into the slot on the bottom middle of the carrier ( it can only go in one direction) this eventually will rest against your bike
4. Lift all the velcro straps inside.
5. match the appropriately sized cardboard and plastic liners to the sides and the bottom
6 attach velcro straps through the metal clips and around the handle bars
BE SURE TO CINCH TIGHTLY BEFORE ADDING PET!!!!!!
I have a mountain bike with large tires and the clearance was close but it works with an 8 lb Chihuahua …..I'm happy but I am not yet sure he is ….LOL
4 Starssmall pet carrier
Tom from MN wrote (April 26, 2015):
Very good product at a very good price
5 StarsPerfect way to take your pet for some air
Jasmine from NY wrote (April 21, 2015):
I love the idea of taking the dog out for a ride on the bike. I have a 15 year old dog that likes to go outside but wants to be carried this bag is perfect for her. It gives me freedom to move around and allows the dog to tag along. As a matter fact the dog sat in the bag once I took it out of the box for a while, she must have know. It was for her. Thanks for a great product at an affordable price.
5 Starsmy bicycle carrier for my puppy
Leo Escovedo from CA wrote (April 20, 2015):
I have no dislikes and my puppy has never experienced this carrier and she an older dog and I wasn't sure if she would like it ,well she love's it and going on bike rides with me and I love having go with me,everything is good with this product,Oh! it's a Pet Bicycle bag item PPB-1
5 StarsGreat Product
Holly from WA wrote (April 19, 2015):
Bought two of these so my fiance' and I could bring our chihuahuas on bike rides. We didn't want to spend a lot of money, and after a lot of research we finally came across these doggy baskets at a great price. They're easy to install and sturdy enough to hold the dogs. Saved us a lot of money!
4 StarsDog Carrier for Bicycle
Robert from CO wrote (March 27, 2015):
I have a 7 lb. Yorkie that fits perfectly in this doggie basket. She loves to ride out front and get the wind in her face. Discount Ramps sent the item promptly. It was affordable and simple to assemble and is easily mounted and removed from the bike. The only weakness I found was the basket swayed from side to side a little. I added a small brace to stabilize. I love it and the dog loves it.
4 StarsVery Nice
Bill Mullins from TX wrote (February 18, 2015):
Over all this is a nice product. I got it to carry my little dog with me when I ride my bike; especially when I am camping. It went together fairly easily and quite quickly. The item was shipped very quickly. I gave them a positive review and 5 stars (where I could) on ebay.
One complaint and the reason for only 4 stars. NO INSTRUCTIONS OF ANY KIND. It would have been very helpful to have had any sort of diagram to use to figure out what the parts were and what the optimum order for assembling the product might be.
4 StarsPBB-1 Dog Bike Carrier
Robert from CA wrote (February 10, 2015):
I got it today and couldn't wait to put it on the bike and give the dog a thrill. We have a 7 lb. Yorkie that has recently discovered the outdoors. She was apprehensive at first, but moments later she was in her element, enjoying the ride. There is nothing complicated about attaching the carrier to the bike and the package included instructions, in the event there were questions. I'm looking forward to spring & summer and taking the dog along on rides.
3 StarsNo Instructions
Dean from WA wrote (May 06, 2014):
I received the bicycle dog basket PBB-1 and it appears to be good however I got no instructions as to how to assemble it and how to attach it to the bicycle? I guess I guess? Hope my puppy doesn't fall out. That would be bad!