It’s a lovely spring day, and you fancy a bicycle ride. Of course, your beloved canine would like some sunshine as well, so you both set off. However, what should be an enjoyable workout becomes a tense session of panic when your pooch tries to run alongside you and the leash keeps looking like it’s going to catch on the wheel or spokes.
If you want to ride without fear, the Dog Walking Aid For Bicycles may be an item to consider. It’s a resin arm that will keep your dog a reasonable distance from threat of injury. Attach your leash on the end after you’ve put the arm on your bike and presto, peace of mind. This is a $40 buy, and it’s pretty easy to install. If you’re riding without your furry friend, simply rotate it up so it’s out of the way. It comes with an 8” nylon web leash, but I would imagine you could put on a longer one if you desired.