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athlete bikejoring with two greyhound pointers

What Equipment Do I Need for Bikejoring – Everything You Need to Start Rolling

Bikejoring is a legitimate sport in Europe that has been acknowledged by various international governing bodies. Finally, this pedal-pounding off-road cycling is gaining popularity in the United States. I’m sure you’re excited to try it, too! But you’re probably thinking, “What equipment do I need for bikejoring? Where do I start?”

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Siberian Husky is bikejoring in the woods

What Is Bikejoring? History, Fun Facts, and More

If you enjoy mountain biking, you’ll find bikejoring an exciting new way to harness an active dog’s natural instincts to run into a structured form of exercise that benefits you both.
Bikejoring is like dog sledding-but with wheels and without snow. Imagine the rush of wind on your face as you speed through the woods, with your beast friend by your side. Sniffer will love bikejoring (and the potpourri of smells) just as much!

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An old man is walking a small dog with a harness on a sidewalk

Why Does My Dog Still Pull With A Harness?

Quite a large number of dog owners turn to dog pulling harnesses as a solution to their dog’s pulling behaviour during walks. Dog harnesses are typically recommended as a more comfortable and human alternative to traditional collars—this is especially true for dogs prone to respiratory issues or neck injuries. Nevertheless, some owners find that even with a harness, their dog continues to pull, leaving them frustrated and confused.

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