13/07/14 | Jayne
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I have a huge bull mastiff he loves it took him a few goes to get used to the bike I got him a harness to attach him he now goes everywhere with me I would highly recommend this to anyone
11/06/13 | Sally
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Best Accessory Ever

I have a small patterdale terrier whom no matter how much you walk her is never satisfied! This bike attachment is fantastic, it allows us to run her without the worry of her going under the wheels. We did have to change the lead attachment as the one supplied did not reach far enough. If you're looking for a way to have fun with your dog whilst exercising them fully then this is the product for you.
27/08/12 | Mags
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best thing ever!!!!!

We have 2 dogs, a German Shorthaired pointer and a Beagle. I took the dogs out 1 at a time initially and they learnt what to do extremely quickly so I ventured out with both of them. I was trundling along happily but became worried when I saw a pigeon asleep in the middle of the road, my GSP likes to point and stalk birds, I thought this was going to end in an ugly mess. Otto, true to form, leapt up after the bird and the spring just pulled him back in with barely a wobble! I can cycle at a steady pace on the road and they run on the pavement, it works a treat and am more than pleased with the purchase.
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Cycling with Beardies

We knew the bracket on this was too long to fit my mountain bike before we ordered, but husband cut bracket down to fit and it does the job perfectly. I bought this for my 4 y.o. very obedient Beardie and he loves it. I then decided to try it with our nutty 18month old Beardie and have no problems with him either. Definitely recommend this Cycle Mount - Beardies are so mad always seemed to cut feet/ pull muscles chasing ball, now dogs get their need to run satisfied safely.
23/05/12 | ellen
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What a great product. I was very sceptical at first that I would be pulled off by my 1 year old energetic dalmatian, but not a chance. This absorbs almost all of the pulling no matter how hard he tugs. We use it for taking him on the road or by livestock when we are out off road cycling. Fab product, but always take an adjustable spanner out with you as the dog can work it loose and get it caught near your feet; if they pull hard enough.
26/03/12 | Janette
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Dog springer cycle mount

This is a short addition to my earlier coment. People have mentioned that the dog cycle springer can catch their ankles and legs. Solution - simply turn the bar upside down so that the U shape bar becomes an n shape bar. Problem solved no more leg and ankle beating! The switch in possition does not affect its use in any other way. I have been using the springer upside down since 2001.
18/04/11 | Janette
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Dog cycle mount

I have had one of these cycle mounts for many years. I purchased mine in Germany in 2001. The flimsy string and plastic loop can be easily replaced with a short sturdy lead attached using a climbing/ mountaineering type clasp for strong dogs. I run my male labrador beside my bike for hours using this mount. He can hop on and off pavements beside me while I ride the road. The fixings can be used in any country for left or right and hand drive while the cycle uses the main highway. The spring comes in handy if the dog sees a cat and wants to run after it, but you will need to train your dog a little to go around obstacles such as lamp posts otherwise it hurts! You can even mount two dogs, with one dog either side! Finally we have them available in the UK. 5 stars excellent.
27/08/10 | Lily
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complete control

Got this yesterday,great my GSD is on the springer, and my mongrel is attached to GSD,they love going out with bike previously it was with double sided training lead with little control and lots of wobbling, and not being able to use left brake. Now i feel in control, great buy only problem,it is a small bike,and i have to watch my left heel from hitting the springer
30/03/08 | Nic and Adrian
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Doberman Tested

We have a very energetic young doberman who needs more than 3 half hour walks a day. This allows us to enjoy our sport of choice, mountain biking and taking our beloved pet for a walk at the same time. He loves it! It tires him out like a walk never does. It is really easy to use and we have had no negative experiences with it.
11/07/06 | Michaela
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No more wobbling around

It is brilliant. I'm the owner of an agressive GSD (rescued, I didn't screw him up) and it is difficult to wear him out by foot. Taking the bike and a lead is very wobbly and I've come off the bike more than once. Here is the answer, he has no chance to mess about and if he tries, it doesn't cause a problem. I can only recommend it, however, the bike gets quite wide with the Springer and the dog, so one needs wide-ish tracks to cycle on.