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Bought the Walky Dog attachment

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Lenny

Lenny -The- Wrecking Ball
 
 
Barked: Tue Feb 21, '12 11:47am PST 
The few times Lenny tried to pull at all it was to smell things, but he was throwing his weight into that harness trying to get at it the couple of times he tried... but I barely felt it. Like I could tell he had pulled to the side strongly, but the bike didn't go off balance or tip or wobble or anything like that (and he's 40 pounds). He also has two of the three springs taken out, so there was less shock absorption then it normally has as well. Also where it sits under the seat, even if a dog attempted to lunge after something, I think with the motion of the bike moving you forward you'd still stay upright even if you wobbled. I'm sure with a very large dog (85-100 pounds) who was also taller that they could more easily pull the bike over (being too tall of a dog I feel would more easily off set the center of gravity).
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