That red motorbike and sidecar with Gromit riding shotgun is something once seen, never forgotten.
A sidecar often attracts attention on the road, and how much more so with a pooch for a passenger! If bikes are your preferred transport and you have a passion for sidecars, then you'll want to share the experience with your best buddy. Plus, it's a fun way of getting around, so why not enjoy being different and go biking with your best buddy.
If you do decide to go down the route of having a canine co-pilot, as well as training him to be happy in the sidecar, also spare a thought for his safety. A pair of safety goggles is a good idea to protect his eyes from road grit, while a crash-test approved safety harness is also a must.
The aim is to teach the dog that a sidecar is a safe place to be and nice things happens when inside it. Then the dog will willingly get inside and enjoy his road trips, which makes it fun for everyone.
You can train a dog of any age to be confident in a sidecar. If you have a puppy, get ahead of the game by introducing the sidecar early as part of his socialization. Puppies are particularly open to learning new experiences, so feeding him in the sidecar will get you a long way to having an adult dog that's comfortable riding on the open road.