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    What a cool dog!!! thanks for sharing.

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    Good stuff! Wish my dogs could do that I am going to build a sidecar-like trailer the 3 of them can comfortably ride in.
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    Some dogs just love to ride





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    i wish i could teach my dog to do that instead of chasing me around barking his head off
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    Hey Admiral, did you have to train your Mutt to do that?



    I have a Collie X Kelpie, and he doesn't seem all that interested yet. Even considering getting a side-car so he can come along!



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    Some years ago there was a guy who raced in the Cali. desert with his dog Kookie on the gas tank! I think he even wrote a book about her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xracer View Post
    Some years ago there was a guy who raced in the Cali. desert with his dog Kookie on the gas tank! I think he even wrote a book about her.


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    I believe they also had a few moments of glory in the movie On Any Sunday. I was inspired enough to put some carpet on the gas tank of my 125cc Sachs for my terrier mix, Rags. She really enjoyed the adventure. Gerry
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    Quote Originally Posted by turborob View Post
    Hey Admiral, did you have to train your Mutt to do that?



    I have a Collie X Kelpie, and he doesn't seem all that interested yet. Even considering getting a side-car so he can come along!



    Cheers, Rob.


    Rob, no training involved. Georgie been riding so long that I can't really remember when she started. One day she just jumped on back when I was going for a ride around our place. She didn't seem to worried and kept hopping on, so I put a rug on the back with some stuffing so she could sit/stand better. And that's how it started. Now she goes on almost all of my rides, except the one where I will be traveling at higher speeds for a long distance.



    I can just imagine what some dogs might be thinking, "Wuff wuff, I ain't getting on the back of that contraption". So a side-car wouldn't be a bad idea.
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