If you are looking for a way to carry your pet outside without you physically having to carry them with your own arms, you may want to consider a pet bike trailer, stroller or jogger.
Some products offer all three of those options to you in the one bundle, and that’s why we’ve done this Aosom Elite II 3 in 1 Pet Bike Trailer + Stroller + Jogger Review.
The weight limit of this pet compartment is 88lbs, and the interior dimensions are 30 1/2″D x 23 1/2″W x 21 1/2″T – make sure you measure your pet before ordering.
In the review and buyer’s guide below we list some of the other main features and potential drawbacks of this trailer + stroller + jogger.
Let’s take a closer look at it!
(NOTE: this is a general information guide only, and is not professional advice, or a substitute for professional advice. A qualified vet or animal expert is the only person qualified to give you expert advice in regards to your pet/s)
Aosom Elite II 3in1 Pet Bike Trailer + Stroller + Jogger: Review & Buyer’s Guide
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Aosom Elite II 3in1 Pet Bike Trailer + Stroller + Jogger: Review
- A 3 in 1 device that can be used at a pet bike trailer (attached to the back of your bike), stroller for walking and jogger for light jogging
- Very affordable
- Interior dimensions inside the cabin are 30 1/2″D x 23 1/2″W x 21 1/2″T
- Weight limit of the pet compartment is 88lbs
- Has an adjustable handlebar for pushing the stroller/jogger
- The front wheel can be fixed for jogging or put on swivel for strolling
- Has larger 20 inch wheels on the rear and 10 inch front wheel
- The cabin has 3 entrances/exits – on the top, front and back
- Made with a strong but lightweight steel frame
- Front door provides ventilation, but can also be covered with a rain guard
- Storage pocket on each side
- Has an Aosom type ‘A’ bike hitch/coupler included
- Works well as a stroller and jogger. As a bike trailer, the connection could be more level. It appears the connection is not completely level, so the trailer can rattle up and down. You can modify and play around with the connection though to get it to stay fixed and stable – it’s just a bit annoying to do.
- In general, the Aosom appears to have a slightly high centre of gravity so if you have a heavier dog and weight tips to one side of the trailer too quickly, the trailer can start to tip. This is not a major concern though as long as you are using the trailer/stroller/jogger in a controlled way
- Overall, considering the price, this is a great trailer/stroller/jogger for people on a budget or looking for a cheaper option to transport and carry their pets. The drawbacks can be managed – they don’t take away from the the Aosom in a major way. A value for money option
Aosom Elite II 3 in 1 Pet Bike Trailer + Stroller + Jogger: Buyer’s Guide
What Might The Aosom Elite II 3 in 1 Pet Bike Trailer + Stroller + Jogger Be For?
Light and casual riding, walking and jogging with one larger dog or two smaller dogs under the 88lbs weight limit.
They would also have to be able to fit in the internal cabin dimensions of 30 1/2″D x 23 1/2″W x 21 1/2″T.
What Might The Aosom Elite II 3 in 1 Pet Bike Trailer + Stroller + Jogger NOT Be For?
- Fast and intense riding
- Fast and intense jogging
- Rough and sharp surfaces
- Dogs over the weight limit
- Dogs that are too big for the interior cabin dimensions
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