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Hands-free. Made with high grade carbon steel. Disconnects dog from bike immediately. Easy to assemble. Jerkease leash attachment and pet harness are a nice perk. Reinvigorates and increases interest in dog exercising.
Clasp and tether seem short but can be remedied. May be challenging for dogs who don't know how to walk on a leash. Bungee cord inside metal tube could fray over long term use.
Fits all bikes and keeps dogs in safety zone alongside bike. Good price point. Hooks up easily and partially to bike pedal to feel where dog is at all times. Has safety feature if dog breaks free or if there's an accident. Dogs take to it well.
May not be good for dogs that don't use a leash. Better for bigger dogs and could break over time with excessive use.
Stable. Easy to use and install. If dog stops to potty suddenly, you won't be knocked over on the bike. Built well and stays in place. Leash is light and easy to peddle around with. Lets dog instantly propel bike as paw and pedal hybrid bike all in one.
Bolts may wear out and leash could break in half with extended use. Not good for strong dogs. Only works on left side of bike and interferes with chain in some instances.
Heavy-duty steel spring sits low on arm to absorb 90% force of dog's unexpected pulls. Lets you keep both hands on the handle-bars at all times. Works on most regular, touring, and mountain bikes. Use on left or right side of bike.
Before buying, be sure you have a 3-to-4-inch vertical bar on bike in place so it doesn't interfere with peddling. Bolts may not tighten enough and may have to be re-tightened with use. Not good for dogs that like to pull a lot.
Easy to install. Patented mast prevents bike from tipping when dog pulls. Trains dog to stay in heel position. Made in USA. Can be installed on either side of most bikes. Leash comes with bonus collapsible water or food travel pet bowl.
May not be good for heavier and less active dogs or those dogs who aren't used to excessive exercising. Could use a quick release attachment.
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Hands-free bicycle leashes are a must-have for any dog-owning cyclist. Through a secure attachment to your bike’s frame, a bike leash makes it easy for your dog to jog along with you while you ride, ensuring an excellent and fun outdoor workout for everyone. The key to the bike leash is its shock-absorbing pole extension, which allows space between your bike and dog, avoiding any possible entangling or collision. If your dog is particularly energetic, this handy tool will increase exercise time, leaving your dog fully worked out and ready to rest once you’re back home. The simplest models cost around $30 to $40, with higher-end versions ranging from $110 to $150.