It’s very true indeed.It was this that prompted my reply:
I’m pleased that’s not actually true
That is exactly how we would have to carry our terrier, it is psychotic@Bazzer is quite right, Stig our border terrier comes along regularly on our rides, he has a basket which is fixed onto the rear rack of Rob's Galaxy.
Last year he completed the CC half century a month challenge, and is on course to do so again this year. His longest rides are in the early 70's miles, he has missed just one month of our 100km per month challenge this year.
I think I have posted photos before but here is another to save searching for one.
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I've seen A in action. Spectacular crash as Bonzo saw a rabbit and exited the road, stage left, followed by bike minus rider. So funny I nearly wet myself.I have a cheapo rip-off of the WalkyDog for my bike. It allows Tara to walk/run alongside me without
A: Pulling me off the bike in a spectacular cloud of fluff and steel and
B: Her running into the side of the bike and so causing a spectacular cloud of fluff and steel.
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I am after a doggy trailer though as I quite fancy taking her on longer rides (10 miles wears her out) and maybe touring
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