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    georgie's adrenaline junkie cousin

    looks like a high maintenance mutt!



    Here is Opee, an 8-year-old dog with a passion for motocross biking.
    The pooch accompanies motocross rider Mike Schelin, and the pair have totaled more than 10,000 miles together, including the Baja 500


    ridedualsport.com/


    there are some amazing and beautiful pics, i need a lot more practice.
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    This puppy takes a back seat to no one! Awesome!

    I asked before, but Georgie said no to the idea of wearing a helmet and action camera.
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    That's cool! (Opie gone bad LOL)

    I got my dog to wear a pair of the "Doggles". She didn't appeciate the fashion or the safety aspects hehe.

    Edit - just perused that thread. Some great pictures (even a few TW's!). Thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyHiker View Post

    She didn't appeciate the fashion or the safety aspects hehe.

    Totally agree with ^^^^
    Doggles a no go with Georgie too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyHiker View Post
    That's cool! (Opie gone bad LOL)

    I got my dog to wear a pair of the "Doggles". She didn't appeciate the fashion or the safety aspects hehe.

    Edit - just perused that thread. Some great pictures (even a few TW's!). Thanks for sharing.
    My dog hates the Doggles too! Thought about getting her a helmet but I am sure she would hate that just as much. She does love going on the TW and gets real pissy if I go without her. I sure do wish I could take the RZR where I can go on the TW. Here in NY the mere mention of ATV or SxS is outlawed everywhere but you own land or on hunting club property.

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    I LOVE IT!!! My Lab is a little too big for that and the wife's learning deficient lap dog would only get a ride on a boot from me (we'd get along a lot better if he'd learn my house is not his toilet). If I can bring myself to get another pooch after my Phoebe passes away; it'll have to be a smaller, active, riding buddy type like the one pictured.

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