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Old 01-30-19, 08:51 AM
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Anybody have a Britch on their bike?

I'm planning to install a Britch from Dutch Dog Designs (DoggyRide). Anybody here using the Britch? Photos? Feedback?
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Old 02-01-19, 07:31 AM
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If you get one, please post a review. Interesting concept.
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Okay, will do.
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That is really cool. I looked at their whole Website. Impressed! Please keep us posted for a while if you go this route.

FYI...never heard of Britch until just now. Thanks.
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Wald 1275 basket and Britch on a 2017 Specialized Sirrus
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That is really cool. I looked at their whole Website. Impressed! Please keep us posted for a while if you go this route.

FYI...never heard of Britch until just now. Thanks.
I tried a couple of days ago to post detail here about the install, but got a mod approval message, dunno. So, here's a blog article of the install on my bike https://stuffthatcycles.blogspot.com...ild-thing.html


Wald 1275 zip-tied to the Britch

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Originally Posted by Son_Rising View Post

Wald 1275 basket and Britch on a 2017 Specialized Sirrus

I tried a couple of days ago to post detail here about the install, but got a mod approval message, dunno. So, here's a blog article of the install on my bike https://stuffthatcycles.blogspot.com...ild-thing.html


Wald 1275 zip-tied to the Britch
Very cool! Thanks for the update.
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Old 02-08-19, 08:19 PM
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I usually make her ride her own ... oh, wait.
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Agree! Thanks for the update.
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:)

I want to go with a britch on my jamis but havent pulled the trigger yet
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That's really interesting. Ive never seen it either.
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