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    Pet trailers

    Anyone on the list have experience with either Equinox trailers or Blue Sky cycle carts?

    Leo H.
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    Hi Leo: Just looked up the trailers you mentioned, they don't look as comfortable as others, I ride with my two little dogs and have a doggieride they have various sizes depending on the size of the dog as well as comes with clips and tethers so the dog can't jump out. Easy to set up. I have it attached to my foldable.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PawsonBikes View Post
    Hi Leo: Just looked up the trailers you mentioned, they don't look as comfortable as others, I ride with my two little dogs and have a doggieride they have various sizes depending on the size of the dog as well as comes with clips and tethers so the dog can't jump out. Easy to set up. I have it attached to my foldable.


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    I agree with you about the Blue Sky trailer, but not the Equinox. I find that one to be a very nice design and I particularly like the wide mesh panels for ventilation. Doggyride, Croozer and Tracker trailers all have obstructed sides. I also like the highly visible colors. In their case, similar to the Cycletote, but not as expensive. I've got 2 long, 30+ pound dogs, so I'm looking at large sized dog trailers, if I want to carry both at the same time. Plus, I can put 24" wheels on the Equinox, so the ride can be smoother for the dogs.

    Nice folder.

    Leo H.
    Sun Valley, NV

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