View Full Version : Dogs on bikes

02-28-2016, 10:44 AM
How many people on here ride with their best friends? What kind of set up do you use? Seems like there's a ton of options for small dogs, and I've seen the beast rider seats, but what other things have yall built, bought, or rigged for medium/large dogs? Pics if you got em!

02-28-2016, 12:35 PM

My Mrs won't get on a bike with me...

She claims I suffer with road rage...claptrap!

Someone threatens my existence I just inform them how silly they are,LOL!

I will get my coat and sod off!


02-28-2016, 3:56 PM
This guy just trained his dog to ride on the back like a human...


02-28-2016, 4:56 PM
^ I've watched that video 100 times, that dog is seriously bad ass! I wish my dog could do that, but even if she could, I'd ride a 1000 easier knowing that she was strapped the fuck down.

02-28-2016, 6:41 PM
I used to have a rescue dog.Bred to fight-idiots! She was my best mate. Ridgeback ,mastiff ,pitbull cross a wee thing of eight stones!

I had a side car on the side of a xs1100. No one tried to steal it-go figure

RIP Sandy dog. AKA my baby


02-29-2016, 4:45 AM

02-29-2016, 10:44 AM
Bad idea ... I hate when I see this. Don't encourage the idiots.

Someone once had a laugh by putting their dog on their bike ... and now it's become part of the cult religion.

Yes, sure, my dog used to love sticking his head out the auto's window ... but do you really want to take responsibility for your dog's bones or life if you have an accident at speed?

It's one thing sticking your dog on the back where's he's going to learn to fly at 70 mph ... I actually think the worst are - and no apologies here - bozos who stick their dogs in trailers right behind their exhaust pipes.

100 decibels and all those carbon monoxide and fuel additives 6" away from your dogs ears and nose. I'd like to stick the owners in one of those trailers and see how they like it.

Sure, dogs are sweet if a little too dumb and trusting ... of their even dumber owners ... and will love any attention the owner gives them, but they were designed to travel at around 15 or 20 mph top speed. We have a choice and understanding of the risks, they don't.

Don't do anything to your dog that you would not do to your kids. Oh, spoke too soon ... I guess in Asia they've got kids to spare when it comes to making roadside ketchup.

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02-29-2016, 12:01 PM
^^^ That also goes for Goats. ^^^

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02-29-2016, 10:11 PM
I saw this guy a couple days ago in the lane next to me