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Axiom Pet Basket for Rear Rack

Price: $119.99 /
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Description

Transport your furry friend with you in both comfort and style! Wherever the road takes you, your pet will securely be right behind. 

Features

  • Reinforced, vinyl-dipped steel construction with spring-loaded top cage
  • Padded carry handle for off-bike use
  • Can be mounted to a rear rack

Specs

  • Anti-microbial padded floor liner for comfort and sure footing
  • Includes a 25.4-31.8mm quick-release handlebar bracket and spring-loaded rack attachment hardware

*Compatible with LEVEL, PACE 500 & PACE 350 Ebikes

Customer Reviews

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I bought one for my cat and she loves it. Mine has a little cover for the top of it shades
Kitty loves it.

Sami travels with me where ever I go and when I'm cycling no different she goes along. We love it

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Kee Kee
Nice but Not for a PET

It's kind of a cool basket, but I wouldn't put a pet in there.
No head room.
Also, When carrying a pet, they need to feel safe. In other words, you should block off the sides with some kind of fabric, and leave windows for air and looking out....but don't leave it open like they're in a cage. They will feel exposed. These are animals. This is a weird little basket for a pet.
However.....I love it for carrying other stuff.

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Kevin
Fine basket - but not for a dog

I bought this to carry my small 11 lb dog thinking he would fit. Unless he lies down flat the bars that clip and lock the top in place crush him. The basket itself is actually fine and will be useful to safely carry items, and I really like that it can be taken off the rear rack easily - just not putting my dog in here.

Hi Kevin,

Thank you for leaving a review! We appreciate your feedback on this item.

Aventon team

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Carol Scurlock Garcia
Axiom Dog Basket

The safety leash to secure the dog was not very sturdy. My 12 lb terrier jumped out of the basket and broke the small clip holding him in. Luckily we were not on a busy street. I am now figuring out how to better strap him in.