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Bikejoring with your dog is becoming a popular activity and a great way to exercise your pet.
Bikejoring is a dog mushing activity related to skijoring, canicross, and dog scootering. It is a recreation or sport where your dog, or dogs are attached to a towline, pull and run ahead of a cyclist. Our bikejoring equipment offers you the choice of running your dog in front of the bike, or why not use the Walky Dog for those who prefer their dog alongside. We also offer a wide variety of dog harnesses suitable for bikejoring.
Most commonly seen with Siberian Huskies and Alaskan Malamutes, all breeds of dog will enjoy this outdoor activity!
A complete Bikejoring Starter Kit - everything you need to start bikejoring with 1 or 2 dogs. Includes Bikejor Arm, Bungee Line and Dog Harnesses.
Save 10% on individually listed items by purchasing as a complete kit.Learn More
The Rowerland Bikejoring Arm is a flexible and easy to attach bikejor attachment. It is designed to attach to the frame of the bike using Velcro straps to secure it, and has the extension over the front wheel of the bike to keep your lines up and safe from any possibilities of getting tangled in the wheel.
Available in Black or White.
Regular Price: £33.99
Special Price: £30.59
* 10% Summer Saving *
This arm allows you to bikejor with your sled dogs without your lines becoming tangled in the front wheel.
The Bikejor Arm has a quick release arm allowing you to remove the arm but leave the clamp in place meaning that you are able to quickly revert back to having an ordinary bicycle without your bikejor arm becoming a permanent attachment. The Bikejor Arm is available in either Silver or Blue.Learn More
Rope Line suitable for Bikejoring or Canicross. A loop at one end allows you to connect the line around your headstock, with trigger hooks at the other to connect to your dog harness.
Choice of 1 or 2 dog line.Learn More
The WalkyDog® is a tool for guiding and training your dog by riding him along with your bike. Don't leave your dog home anymore while you ride your bike, let them come along and enjoy the pleasure of a run - in complete safety for the both of you!