Posted 5/27/2015 9:28 PM (#84575 - in reply to #82401) Subject: Re: Sit, Stay, Ride
Location: New York City
Our two Staffies just had their first sidecar experience. Nothing big. Just baby steps. They acted like they had been doing it their whole lives. I need to install an additional attachment point or two in floor of the tub so I can secure their harnesses a lot better than just tying a leash to the luggage rack. I don't want anyone jumping out of the rig at a stop light or trying to crawl into my lap while riding.
One of my riding friends was involved in organizing the Motorcycle Film Festival, where I believe they premiered the film Sit, Stay, Ride last year.
Posted 12/12/2017 3:25 PM (#95895 - in reply to #82401) Subject: Re: Sit, Stay, Ride
I'm in CT, and have a Jack Russell who doesn't have the size to jump out. She was the runt, and is about 12 years old. Short legs and no ambition (lol).
Haven't taken her for a "ride" yet, in the sidecar. She likes "rides" in the cages, but it'll be interesting to see how she takes to the sidecar. I'll likely introduce it to her in stages. She's so old, she's likely to have a stroke (lol). I'll go easy on her!
Posted 12/13/2017 5:56 PM (#95910 - in reply to #82401) Subject: RE: Sit, Stay, Ride
Location: Craftsbury, Vermont
Northern Vermont, about 25 miles from the Quebec border. I ride with golden retrievers
Barley had 55,000 miles under his collar before we lost him to lymphoma
Tulliver has 7,000 miles under his collar
16 month old Glenlivet is in training to take over when 8 year old Tulliver retires
8 year old Kazoo enjoys short rides around the village, but he's much too large for all day rides