Attach your dog's leash to your bike with a spring clasp shock absorber for control.
Use a Leash Attachment
Begin with slow, short rides on flat terrain and build up your dog's conditioning over time.
Ride early morning or evening when pavement is cool. Bring water. Don't over-tire your dog.
Use a harness instead of collar and choose shoes if running on rocky trails.
Train commands like turn, slow, stop so your dog knows how to follow your lead.
Stick to smooth surfaces. Avoid bumpy or hazardous areas that could cause injury.
Mind the Terrain
Take regular breaks to prevent overheating and fatigue, especially in warm weather.