The two-wheeled bike like item used for light weight training.
The lines are connected to the headstock with a specially made piece of line with a loop in each end.
To the headstock line is connected a bungee, followed by standard one or two dog rig lines can then be connected to the bungee.
The Last Piece
And finally the dog in harness is hooked up, and you are ready to go.
You will also need suitable clothing for yourself, waterproofs, comfortable footwear, etc. In this photo Ewan shows us what NOT to wear, while (a young) Christopher (the style guru) shows us sensible rally clothing!
The bigger picture
The first model of scooter I used was the Cruiser from scootmania.com. I found this model adequate for the trails I run on, but if you are looking for additional ground clearance, suspension forks and even a disc brake, then go for the Downhill model.
I now use the Cross Country from Kickbike as pictured, and highly recommend it.
As the interest in scooters increased, we saw in the 2003/2004 season, a one-dog scooter class introduced. We use a Kickbike from Kickbike UK, if you find us at an event you will be able to compare this to other scooters and try it out if you wish, at your own risk. We also have available their top of the range X-C (Cross Country) model, which is complete with suspension forks and disc brake, as pictured.