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Date Posted: 16:57:57 02/01/16 Mon
Subject: Re: Diggler Dog Scooter for Sale ( Alpha Disk Model )
In reply to:
's message, "Diggler Dog Scooter for Sale ( Alpha Disk Model )" on 06:53:58 05/10/13 Fri
>I'm interested in your scooter-could you please send me pics too-that would be awesome?
>First I'd like to apologize if my posting on this site
>" unwanted " ( since I'm selling a scooter and all I
>see are rigs on this site), or if For Sale ads are for
>Anyway, I purchased a Diggler Dog scooter on
>CraigsList last year and I find that I really prefer
>cycling with my dog instead. I've got a
>German-Short-Hair-Pointer who knows only one speed - -
>-FAST!!! So it was suggested to me by folks who have
>experience in dog scootering to try and get a scooter
>with disc brakes because mountain bike style rim
>brakes would just constantly need to be replaced due
>to the dog's strength and my constant applying of the
>brakes to stop / slow down my " freight train of a dog
>Well, I checked out a new Diggler scooter with Disc
>brakes and the price at that time was $599.00! No way
>could I spend that! So I kept checking around, for
>close to a year looking for a used one when I finally
>decided that it's not gonna happen - -
>I may as well buy a scooter with mountain bike brakes
>and replace the brake pads as needed. I checked out
>various scooter brands but always came back to
>Diggler. The quality of their scooters seemed to me to
>be above that of the other brands I saw. So I bought a
>Diggler Dirt Dawg Scooter with 16" wheels, extra high
>handlebar ( for adult height ) and
>mountain bike type brakes. It also has shocks on the
>front fork and I added a rear fender, water bottle
>cage, handlebar bag, front & rear LED lights and a
>I didn't use a tugline. I felt more comfortable having
>my dog at my side, as with biking, so I used a " Walky
>Dog " bicycle attachment on the scooter and it worked
>WELL, then I saw it, on CraigsList--- a Diggler
>scooter with disc brakes! Good price, 10 miles from my
>So now I have two. I was gonna sell my first scooter,
>the Dirt Dawg but have decided to sell the Alpha Disk
>instead because I found that I actually DO prefer
>biking vs. scootering with my dog and since I've sold
>my " dog bike ",
>I'll purchase another bike with the money gotten for
>the scooter. I do have a recumbent bike but there's no
>way that I'll use that with my HYPERSPEED dog. I'm 62
>yrs. old and have broken my left wrist once and DO NOT
>need any more broken bones!!!
>Whew, sorry for this long post.
>Bottom Line: I'm selling the Alpha Disk scooter for
>or best offer. It's a few years old but in GREAT shape!
>It's blue, I've added a rear fender, water bottle cage
>and mounted a "Walky Dog " attachment near the front
>fork and another one on a post near the rear wheel. (
>You can remove the post and attachments and use a
>tugline if you wish ).
>I'd be happy to send photos via email so you can see
>Incidently, the entire "Walky Dog " setup is included.
>See it here: www.thedogoutdoors.com
>Also, a medium size Alpine Urban Trails Harness, red,
>A new Alpha Disk scooter is over $600.00 now!
>You can see it here, click " dog scooters "
>Brick, NJ ( 1 mile from Brick Hospital )
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