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Why Cycle with Dogs? Cycling is a great way for both you and your dog to get exercise and a healthy dose of fresh air. It allows you to cover more distance than by walking, while being slow enough to appreciate the scenery and the world around you.

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This article first appeared in The Bark,
Issue 60: Jun/Jul/Aug 2010
Finley and Zoa have cycled through 18 countries in Europe with their two dogs, Jack and Paco, traversing snow-covered mountain ranges in the process.
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Submitted by Carolyn | November 4 2010 |

I have a Cynthia's Twigs bicycle basket for my little dog. As she's growing older, it's been a fabulous way to spend a lot of time outside where I get the bulk of the exercise. We typically ride for awhile, then I let her out for a walk. When she's tired, we load up and ride on. Great fun, highly recommended!

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