I bought this to carry my six pound dog, named Roxie. It is a beautiful basked and very well made. I love the fact that it has the wire top. I live in a rural area and there are birds of prey also dogs that roam free in the town. I know my dog is secure and protected in this basket. I made a quilted sun top that fastens to the top of the wire frame to protect her from the sun. It is so cute. I would recommend this to anyone that has a small pet that they want to take on rides and also protect them from predators. I also have a walker with a tray and it can be fastened to it to take her for a walk or put it on a belt to use on my lap when I use my power chair. It has a lot of uses and I know we will be using this basket for years.\nThank you for such a wonderful product.
I bought this water bottle because it looked a bit more stylish and I wanted something that wasn't plain white like I had on my old bike. I like the style & functionality of it (so far works very well# and it fits perfectly in my bottle cage that was purchased on Walmart.com as well #recommended product below#. * Do note #see my pic) that the actual bottle is a smoked clear which differs from the advertised pic but I actually like it better as it shows well in the cage!
Fits nicely on almost every style of retro cruiser bicycles
Dimensions: 10"L x 7.5"W x 7.5"H
What our shoppers say:
Very sturdy but limited in size
This is a very sturdy basket for a child's bike. Do be aware though if you are interested in purchasing for a child that rides a bike to and from school-it is not big enough to hold a 3-ring notebook. This was purchased as a gift for a grandchild.
Theses pedals are all metal and well made. They are 9\/16\" and made for three piece cranks and will not fit the one piece cranks. They spin freely and are easy to install.\n\nI am a little concerned about the rubber non-slip inserts, not sure how long they will last. But they are not loose or flimsy. Better than the teeth on my old pedals.\n\nFor the casual rider these are great!
People who complain about the size of this pump miss the point. This is an emergency pump to carry on the bike in case of a flat. At home one should use a floor pump. It works fine, weighs little, and pumps up any tire, given time and patience. One negative: the bracket that attaches the pump to the bike frame (via the braze-ons) broke off on mine after three years (and several thousand miles), and the pump went flying. I was able to recover the pump, but there's no place to buy a replacement bracket. So now I've changed over to compressed air cartridges. V. Light, cheap and ultra quick.
This stand works great for tuning up gears but will not work on bikes over 26 inches tall. The plastic pieces that hold the wheel bolts will probably break over time. I would recommend the manufacturer make the bolt holders out of a sturdier material.