Spud here, mum is still grappling with the kitchen decor and I’ve been banished from the room after I got paint on my ear, oh, and I jumped on the worktop, she wasn’t best pleased. Tom is away on a school canoeing trip, so in his absence I’ve been playing on his bike jumps, it’s OK, but not as much fun as if Tom were here.
Have you ever seen a dog on a bike? No? Me neither. I had to make do with a paw at each corner rather than a couple of wheels, it’s the best a dog can do. I had a quick flick through Toms MBUK (Mountain Bikes UK) magazines and I clocked that it is very important to adopt an aerodynamic posture to look professional. Ears back here we go.
Front paw pivot, just as well I’ve got four paws, the white on the board? Ice, ice man, tricky conditions for a novice.
Practice makes perfect; I got air! cool dude.
Unlike poor old Cowboy, over at Torchlake, I can’t see how a dog is to maintain its dignity, dressed in a pair of dungarees, made from a poly bag