Everyone Needs a Trail Dog - Video

Sep 12, 2016 at 13:53
by Transition Bikes  

Sick of seeing people rail trails harder than you ever could? Ready to smile while watching a bike edit instead of being overwhelmed with a feeling of inadequacy? We've got the answer.




Third Wheel: Deep in the woods of Vermont's Green Mountains, mountain bikers escape to some of New England's most pristine singletrack. The thick forests provide a refuge for those seeking adventure. Rider Adam Morse and his dog, Flow, revel in the in the solitude and transform the green tunnel into a private playground.


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142 Comments

  • + 187
 Still working at 10pm, this video made me question every life choice I've ever made. Especially the one where we got a Pug… a terrible trail dog.
  • + 49
 i have a pug as well, can confirm.
  • + 32
 @moose-619: beagle here....he smells anything I don't see him for 2 days
  • + 9
 Yup my pug's definitely no trail dog. But still the best dog I've ever had.
  • + 11
 pug is trail dog too Smile . i have a frenchie and we have small frenchie trail to have a fun Smile vimeo.com/40104007
  • + 4
 @bacyl: Haha Smile Amazing vid, bacyl! I have vizsla, but she can be so easily distracted by everything on a trail, it is rather dangerous Smile
  • + 17
 I have two pugs and their endurance is about the same as a potato
  • + 1
 Boston Terriers aren't much better (speaking as a current owner) -- energetic and borderline hyper as hell, but can't go the distance...
  • + 1
 @mwart pug played at "men in black", so it is not so bad.......
  • + 2
 haha @bacyl your dog looks awesome mate!
  • + 115
 I have a dog that loves to come with me on MTB rides, but here's the thing: it is not good for their joints to be running fast for long distances without rest. They want to please you so they will keep running, but they are more tired than they can convey. The best advice I have heard from a veterinarian about riding with dogs is to expect them to have the speed and endurance of a human jogger, and give them the same rest that a human jogger would want. I personally don't think that fast downhill running is good at all for them even if it looks like they are having fun. When I take my dog on rides I keep them under 8 miles, slow to moderate pace, lots of rest and water, and I go very slow on all the downhills. It's way more slow than I would ever go on my bike if riding without my dog. Treat your dog well when they are young and you will prevent joint problems later in life! End public service message.
  • + 12
 You are exactly right and thank you for posting this. I too keep my pup rides under 8 miles and well under 10mph the entire time. Lots of breaks, shade and water. It's not fair to most dogs to just be flying down the trail since as you mentioned they will do anything to keep up.
  • + 13
 It's quite possible that Adam Morse is quite aware of this as well. Through the Magic of Editing, any ride can look like a Century of Hardcore Downhill !!! (when It's actually a 6mi loop, with plenty of climbs and breaks, punctuated with occasional moments of shredding gnarly roots / rocks).

I own a Staffy, and we're good for 6mi max, mostly just lazy early morning Fog Patrol (low temps / very little all out running for her) to manage her temperature regulation (usually with www.ruffwear.com/Swamp-Cooler-Dog-Cooling-Vest-Sun-Protection-Prevents-Canine-Heat-Exhaustion-from-Ruffwear).

My friend owns a Tiawanese street dog that's far more cheetah built, and he's better for up to 10mi, usually running faster than what my Staffy would want - at the dog's behest. Regular water and rest breaks work great for each of our dogs.
  • + 5
 i use to ride with my queensland heeler a lot, she inhaled so much dust that she developed a nasty cough for years. Now she is 9 and I live in the coastal redwoods and the dust isnt as much of a factor but she just cant hang anymore. she tries and will, but i know i cant push her anymore. In her prime she could run for miles. I think some of the medium weight wired hair bird dogs would be great for riders that want a dog that can run 7 to 20 miles on rides, but they can be challenging dogs to own if you dont have a huge yard and/or property for them to run on days your not riding. I think my next dog will be a Dutch Sheperd, great pets, not as big as German Sheperds and love to run. Its hilarious that mountian biking will have a huge part in deciding my next dog. Cheers!

www.pinkbike.com/video/245309

www.pinkbike.com/video/265050
  • + 17
 First things first, I think you need to look at the breeds and what your breed was created / designed to do.
I own two dogs, Can my lab do 8 miles, yes, but it crushes him. Our other dog, German Short Hair Pointer who can run for 25 plus miles, and come home and still run around. The education is knowing what your bread can do. What was that bread created to do.
  • + 3
 @GoldenH: Yup, it really does depend on the dog and what kind of shape the dog is in. My dog's good for 20 miles and I try to keep him in shape for it by running during the week with him. Being a weekend warrior is not good! Just like people, your dogs got to be in shape to run. But first off your dogs got to be the right breed.

The only down side to riding with my dog..... all that water weight I have to carry to keep us both hydrated! ooh, and I can never keep up. That's ok though cause chasing him down the trail makes me faster!
  • + 8
 Good points Jasbo - they are little athletes after all and like anyone else, there is training and nurturing involved. I recently put to rest one of my best riding buddies of all time in July, she was a miniature North American Shepherd (Read Aussie). She lived 16 and a half years, and was the picture of good health until she came down with kidney disease in the last 6 months of her life. When she was a puppy it started with little skill building exercises in the park. During this period she learned commands and how not to get under wheel and otherwise tangled with the bike and rider. Later when she was more fully developed (year and a half) and could handle more strenuous activity we started with slower, shorter riders adding on as her fitness developed. At one point or another she just figure things out for herself and didn't require much in terms of commands, she just knew where to be and what to do. Riding with her was so much fun and you could tell she lived for it. At her peak she went on single track rides up to 56 miles in length, sent shit that I would walk around and was always ready to go. One thing I will add is that a lot of the riding we did together involved slow logging road ascents and technical single track descents. I always kept track of my speed on sustained fast sections to make sure she didn't wind herself out. I miss her a lot but part of her lives on in her brother who learned from her and the new addition that entered our lives earlier this Spring.
  • + 2
 @GoldenH: agreed, my dad has a short hair pointer, and she just runs circles around us while we ride, on the downhill we'll have her run behind us, but that's the only time we can go faster than her, and even then...
  • + 4
 @GoldenH: I know my bread can be toasted if it's too long in the heat, but some coffee helps at anytime
  • + 2
 @norcal77: your heeler is awesome I want one so bad she seems pretty good on the trails. Any negatives on why you don't want another?
  • + 1
 Wise words - I was going to post as I have a similar dog to this and he now has joint issues, back leg issues and used to run with me. There's a science to it not just to please. There ceritonin levels spike when they get excited and they will have pain nullifiers so they keep running through it. Humans do it too. Nice film but good to get this point out. Moderation is key.
  • + 1
 Got to remember too that humans can shed heat much better than dogs due to sweating so dogs overheat significantly faster than we will and in turn can't cool off as fast either once they've stopped.
  • + 3
 @Hyakian: I have a 12 year old border collie and evry day after work she runs to the car and lays under the bike rack, she rides with me 3 to 4 times a week, plus swims in the lake and plays Frisbee.....not sure she knows she should only go 8 miles....best trail dog ever and I will miss her sorly when she is gone....hope she lives to the ripe old age of 16....but I have to say no one believes she is 12, they all think she is still a pup.
  • + 7
 I've got a collie, he's 15 now so he doesn't come out riding anymore, he was so fast though he got plenty of rest just waiting at the top of all the climbs. The worst thing was, he would had this look of disappointment at how unfit I was and how long he had to wait. I tried explaining he was very light weight and he had four wheel drive whereas I wasn't and didn't but he never really got it !!
  • + 8
 As a clarification, I didn't mean to imply that Flow, the actor dog, was improperly treated. My comment was just a general PSA to those who are thinking about getting a dog or taking their young dog out on trails.
  • + 2
 I know I will get downvoted for this but it's the truth and everybody knows it...
All of you being careful and loving to their dog is so great. (I love my pets and treat them the best way I can.) But how is your dog allowed to get the treatment they deserve but the piggy on your Dinner plate (which one was as if not more intelligent than your average dog) isn't? Who are we to decide which animals to love and which to kill? We are playing God(rather Devil) here. Let's be kind to all of them.
Think about it.
  • + 4
 I make room for people to feel however they want to about their diet and food chain.
I sleep well at night however.
Love me some bacon, life isn't fair (period).
  • + 2
 @Bird-Man: High energy dogs need lots of attention and activity don't they? When my little girl (also a frisbee dog, and don't get me started about water, when she would get wet, she flipped the switch into Lab mode) got older, she still insisted on going for rides. So, I picked up a fat bike (lol) and would go for mellow little single track rides in the back yard. And, she still loved it. I think at that point for her it was just about being included even though she wasn't able to join her half brother (now 10) on longer more aggressive rides.
  • + 2
 def goes for people too. get them out of aggressive sports like football, soccer, hockey, basketball. oh and mtb! theyll thank you later in life when they are experienced office dwellers with excellent joints
  • + 1
 @power5: We just lost our 100lb Doberman and my queensland is only 35lbs. i want my next dog to be big enough to defend my wife at home or while jogging. A bigger queensland heeler would resolve that. I grew up on a cattle ranch and have seen a number of heelers come and go. The most loyal dog on the planet and they aim to please. I wouldnt hesitate getting one. I love mine being small it makes her easier to manage and take places. she would give her life to protect us, but she just isnt that big. if you dont need a big dog heelers are amazing. some cool pictures of my heeler on my profile. Cheers!
  • + 1
 @norcal77: I have a Dutch shepherd puppy, she's only 15 weeks old but is an absolute machine and never gets tired. Obviously she's not going jogging, biking or walks over a couple of miles at her age but you can tell she's gonna be insanely athletic as an adult. Just a word of warning though, they need a huge amount of mental stimulation and socialisation. As a puppy they will eat your house, you can't stop them from chewing (even the adults), you just need to channel their chewing into something like a toy, rather than your sofa.
  • + 1
 @wiggles-1998: yeah i helped my mom when i was a kid with her german shepherd breeding programs, she use to have them sold to the FBI before they were even born. i got burned out on German Shepherds due to their hip problems that seem to haunt most of them. My mom warned me against getting a dutch shepherd. super hyper active and hate to be alone. i work from home, shouldnt be a problem. By the way that bloody gash on your knee on your profile is wicked. you need to post some puppy pictures too. Cheers!
  • + 2
 @Hyakian: I know this isn't really the place to be discussing this but have you watched earthlings, so you actually see where that bacon comes from? Taste isn't as important as life, the environment, or the millions of starving people because so much food has to be used to feed lifestock
  • + 1
 @norcal77: I think there's a lot of ego nurturing goes off with people who have Dutch shepherds and malinois, they pretend they're some mystic beast only tameable to the best of trainers, in reality they're easy to train but easy to mess up. They just take a lot of dedication.
I'm away from home at the moment so don't have enough internet connection to upload photos but there's a video on my YouTube of her playing with my carpathian shepherd
m.youtube.com/watch?v=wYMDFpIx0vc
  • + 0
 @wheeled: or eat them all...
  • - 1
 @wiggles-1998: the world has starving people because survival of the fittest and natural selection no longer exist. there are too many people on this planet. lower human population and you can eat bacon all day long. ive slaughtered hogs, cows, sheep and done a little hunting. watching a pig get slaughtered is brutal, they are disgusting animals, but im not willing to stop eating bacon. even if i became a vegetarian someday i would still sneak some bacon every now and then.
  • + 2
 @norcal77: the world has starving people because there's enough food for 10billion people a year produced for lifestock instead of animals. In an acre of land you will produce 375lb of meat on average, whereas you'll produce 3700lb of veg. It's a no brainier really, you can have a healthy and tasty diet without having to kill innocent animals, contribute massively to water usage, global warming and world hunger, by just eating a plant based diet.

How are pigs disgusting, they've been proven to be as smart as 3 year old children. You eat meat because it's the social norm but times need to change, slavery and public executions used to be popular but as we've moved on from them it's time to move on from torturing and killing billions of animals.
  • + 0
 @wiggles-1998: most beef produced in the USA is range fed. In the UK you maybe be using feedlots to raise a majority of your cattle. It takes a hell of a lot of water to grow food(vegetables/rice). Range cattle typically eat grass grown off rainfall. Aside from that meat fat is crucial for healthy brain function, development and repair. The human brain wouldn't be what it is today if we never started eating meat. we started eating a lot more of it and living longer once we harnessed fire and could cook meat. you can be a healthy vegetarian, but you have to supplement extremely well. still a well balanced diet with healthy fat in moderation will always trump a vegetarian diet. waygu beef is super healthy compared to the standard american and English cattle breed fats(hereford, angus, brahama). Eating waygu and fish would be an easy way to help manage your cholesterol and lipoprotein-A in healthy ranges. dont believe the hype, life is cruel. animals eat animals. we are animals. cows wouldnt exist without us, they are hear to sustain us. regardless i respect you opinion to choose not to kill to eat.

www.livescience.com/24875-meat-human-brain.html
  • + 2
 @norcal77: that article just suggests that we needed meat when our species first appeared. Not that we need it now, it makes no actual fact based suggestion that meat is necessary for brain function, only that sufficient calories are. It suggests someone eating no animal products would need to eat for 9 hours a day to get the required calories to result in improved brain function, this is obviously bullshit, I eat a minimum of 3000 calories a day, sometimes up to 4500 and it doesn't take 9 hours.
And you're correct animals do eat other animals, but they don't keep them locked in cages and kill them in an industrial slaughter house, neither do they go to the supermarket to get their meat. Just because meat played a large role in our past doesn't mean it plays a role in our future; much of the western world is build on slavery, but we've moved on from that so why not meat?
  • + 1
 @wiggles-1998: we butcher living beings every single day. They're called vegetables. In industrial slaughterhouses (agribusiness). The only righteous thing to do is to not contribute to the over population. Kill yourself. If you're too cowardly to do that. Don't reproduce. A baby has much larger "footprint" than an already alive meat eater.
  • + 0
 @wheeled: Those were some yummy ribs.... maybe ill go back for seconds
  • + 1
 Take a look into glucosamine dietary suppliments. Here in Canada we have a couple reputable brands that offer different potencies depending on the activity level. I'm not a vet, so talk to yours and do your own research, but I've had good success with my 9yr old miniature Goldendoodle.
  • + 0
 @wiggles-1998: you are correct, this isn't the place - While I appreciate that you come from a different point of view, you are not going to change mine.
  • + 1
 @cwatt: For sure, we've been using Dasuquin for our dogs for a long time now.
  • + 48
 That's Dakine of dog I want.
  • + 12
 I have two worthless cats, I would like to transition into being a dog person.
  • + 15
 Check out Flowdog squashing that jump at 1:25. And slashing the roots at 2:32? That's some World Cup-worthy shredding!
  • + 11
 You guys should see LuLu (the shop mascot) --- on her own doing, she's learned to post-up if I'm about to hit a jump or ride a long skinny --- it's so funny, she's wait for me to land back on the ground before running again. she hardly ever runs ahead of me unless a deer or some other critter catches her attention. if I have some sort of mechanical and have to stop, she just sits there and waits for me. she's a real hoot to ride with -- dogs rule.. this is LuLu www.pinkbike.com/photo/13185850
  • + 4
 That is a pretty dog!
  • + 16
 You like dags?
  • + 13
 Yeah I like dags, I like Caravans more
  • - 1
 @kudikidd29: you wanna meet real pikeys! Or should I say travellers! Some are nice as pie and really lovely. Then others....
  • + 2
 @cunning-linguist: Get on ya boat 'n' roooow !
  • + 3
 @cunning-linguist: I f*ckin' hate pikeys.
  • + 2
 @iian: me three!!! Lol I was trying to be diplomatic. But they wreck nature, don't pay taxes, rip off old people and disrespect all laws. But ten percent are actually okay!
  • + 4
 You haven't seen snatch, have you?
  • + 2
 @cunning-linguist: mate ........most of us ' wreck nature and wouldn't pay tax if we could , old people far enough and you've NEVER broken the law !
  • + 7
 rad vid! - however turning your dog into a trail shredder can have some issues. Now when I get ready she demands to go, EVERYTIME. sooo for rides when I don't want to bring the dog - I now bring my clothes so I can change @ the trail head, no changing at the house. I also have to distract her w/ peanut butter when I grab my bike. The bladder in my pack is super gross bc grabbing that is another trigger, it stays in my truck 99% of the time now.
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 Where do you put the peanut butter?
  • + 1
 @unrooted: LOL ---- TMI
  • + 2
 I have the same issue with my dog!!!
  • + 1
 @Bird-Man: Yeah, LuLu sees me pull the bike or bike gear out, she's right there at my side ready to go. That's funny, I sorta do have to sneak out if I plan on going somewhere for a longer ride. For me, about 2 hours of running is about as much as I'll give LuLu. I slow my pace down toward the end, never really get hauling that hard. She does enough extra running when she darts off chasing deer and squirrel. www.pinkbike.com/photo/10626374


I lost another dog due to stomach bloat shortly after I went for a ride with her. Bailey was getting up there in years so, I would let her run for only about 40 minutes --- she lover every minute of it but she'd be sore for the rest of the day. I would ride with her for a while, take her back to my truck, let her chill a little, then I'd ride a bit more. A pack of deer walk in front of the truck while she was waiting for me. I heard her barking like crazy in the truck. I finished up the ride, got home, next thing I know, the wife noticed Bailey was acting strange and she seems bloated. 40 minutes later, we were putting her down. I researched the causes of dogs and stomach bloat.. there's like 50 of them so, who's to say - it may have been the barking and the way she was sitting in the truck after drinking a good bit of water. www.pinkbike.com/photo/11291600
  • + 3
 That vid made me so happy . I ride with my two dogs a Australian red cattle and Kelpie bull mastiff cross every week and we have so much fun. They love it as much if not more than me , the moment they see me touch my bike or gear they are already in the back of the ute .
  • + 6
 Dogs are cool. They make life so much better. If only people could be more like 'em!
  • + 3
 Awesome edit. I love my dog more than my bike! She cant be my trail dog though cos she has a heart condition. We are trying to raise money for her to have it treated. Have to take her to Australia though as there is no one in New Zealand that can do the surgery. I even put my new bike up for sale to try and get the money for her. Dogs are awesome.
  • + 7
 That dog has the enduro lines dialed!
  • + 7
 Some of those lines he took, must be a French breed......
  • + 6
 Had to go hug my dog after watching this!
  • + 2
 Two things. One, my dogs are no longer allowed to ride. One tore her knee and the other is sore for days. It's not good for them. Two, I want to learn how to do those quick tail slides on Colorado super dusty loose dirt.
  • + 5
 Aww, I want a trail dog so bad! And what a cool looking cabin!
  • + 2
 Ya, I thought the cabin was bad ass too.
  • + 1
 My Weimaraner is my favorite riding buddy. She knows the difference between my riding clothes and my gym clothes. I put on my gym clothes - she lays on the couch. I put on my riding clothes - she barricades the door and makes sure I can't leave without her. Another plus is she becomes an angel dog for a couple days after a long ride - too tired to get into trouble.

www.pinkbike.com/photo/13943058
  • + 6
 This made me happy.
  • + 1
 Love the video! I have one German short haired pointer I can ride with and one I can't. The female, who I can, doesn't really have the hunting instinct and is a Velcro dog so I don't have to worry about her running off. The male on the other hand is faster and could prob keep up better but if a squirrel or anything even farts he's gonzo and I won't see him til he gets thirsty or tired, neither of which happens very quick. Just too much instinct in him to have him off leash, so not worth the risk.
  • + 1
 I used to have an Aussie and it would run for miles with me. Once I had to let him go I got another Aussie. She has to be the laziest dog ever. She will slowly walk up the mountain and half heartily run down. Two lessons learned never get the same breed a second time and don't get show quality dogs. Next time a heinz 57 for me.
  • + 1
 Dalmatian owner here, he dies a few years back at11 yrs old, ran with bike from 2 years to just past nine years old big miles long days would eat anything rotten and decomposing got lost once and he never did again. Just past nine years old see the bike and would sit there and look not move as if to say thanks retired now enjoy yourself, been there got the tee shirt cheers! I miss that dog.
  • + 1
 My dog able to swim for 20 miles, however run for 5 miles and will drink gallons of water, it always depends ob breed;
Used to to skating with dog and slow family rides;

Also it not very fun accessional to crash with your dog, since dog not always can predict your jumping line
  • + 1
 Flow is a rescue dog from rural SC. She and her siblings were in danger of being shot by neighbors when they were quickly rescued by Passion 4 Paws, a VT dog rescue. I am amazed and thrilled at the life she now has because of Adam's love and care. I cannot thank you enough!!
  • + 1
 Great edit! I live in New England, my dog (Roo who is a chinook mutt mix) looks similar to Flow and I ride a Transition as well which made this video hit close to home. Where in VT was this filmed? Most of my favorite trails are in VT.
  • + 1
 Pretty sure tha cabin is at Sleepy Hollow and some of it is shot at Cochran's.
  • + 2
 @swassskier: Not the butternut cabin at Sleepy.
  • + 1
 Looks like a mix of a few trails. Chochran's, Hinesburg and definitely part of a private trail near my buddy's house. Not sure where that sweet cabin is though.
  • + 1
 If my dog sees me go to the closet and put on my riding shorts she goes nuts. My dog is the happiest when she's on a ride with me. Nothing quite good ride with your dog. The trail in the video looked rather fun.
  • + 2
 That could here. I rode for an hour and a half this morning with my two dogs. Hardly a soul out there. Cool temps and blue skies.
  • + 3
 First animal my dog sees and she's gone, then i lose a hour looking for dog.
  • + 3
 this. mine used to come back with rabbits she caught. rip jo
  • + 1
 You gotta get'm remote beeper/shocker trained. I refer to them as my dogs hearing aids.
  • + 3
 i don't understand cat people but i totally understand where cats are comin from.
  • + 1
 I myself own a dalmatian and German short haired pointer cross. She can run all day even without me there but all the trails around here are on national park where dogs are prohibited.
  • + 1
 I have a German Shorthaired Pointer and she is unstoppable, best trail dog ever and no national park here.
  • + 1
 my Labradoodle loves to trail run with mu when I ride but his paw pads always get really torn up up. I tried those little boot things for dogs but they all came off along the trail.
  • + 1
 Play fetch, or do some activity where you do can callus your dogs paws, once you do that, you won't have that issue.
  • + 1
 My cocker spaniel had a similar issue, can get paw butter from most pet shops over here (the coco butter and honey one works well but she always tries to eat it!) just rub it in last thing before bed and it softens the pads up nicely after a couple of days. Haven't had any issues with cracked pads since.
  • + 3
 Why ruin a brilliant video of a dog with pointless mountain biking. You lot make me sick!
  • + 1
 That dog was front foot tapping those humps ! Could live there ( 2weeks max then would miss the carbon monoxide ) . Very nicey though !
  • + 1
 The first transition I've ever ridden was from that shop, Outdoor Gear Exchange, at NEMBA fest in Vermont. Needless to say, I'm now a proud owner. Thanks guys!
  • + 3
 Dogs, Bikes and Cold Beer, it don't get any better.
  • - 1
 best dog - Tranny - sweet location Transition video ever...

.. my one side line note ---I know it's a video and you didn't actually do this in one shot but, I would never feed a dog and then go riding right after feeding them. stomach bloat can be caused by something like that = sorta like don't go swimming after you eat wive's tail but actually true.


This place looks a lot like where I'll be hosting rides and races in the near future after I get the little micro shop set up next to the micro brew -- it's gonna be TIGHT!!! and dogs welcome.
  • + 2
 Well done with the song too! Good East Coast Canadian band! Good music, good trails, good dog = great life!
  • + 1
 Enjoyed the song as well. Would you happen to know the name of the band and song?
  • + 1
 @Blitzkrieg808:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqJxjR-jBbU

Wintersleep = Band "Weighty Ghost = Song. The album I believe is called "welcome to the night sky. This and Dead letter and the infinite sadness are the two best songs on the album I feel. They used this song in a short-lived Canadian dramedy called "Less than Kind". Kinda a 'wonder years' for a chubby little Jewish kid with a weird family. Filmed in Winnipeg where I am from and the WInnipeg jokes are right on. Season 1 was cute and sweet, but the father in the series died before season 2 and he was the real acting talent. (Maury Charkin was his name).

www.youtube.com/watch?v=itZVD9aL6qc&list=PLtMo0Uv-1gVGcYVsIyKYo7FHwxI--Vp8H

If you are wanting to check out great Canadian bands with Winnipeg connections then check out "The Weakerthans" as well. Reconstruction site would be a very good album to check out.

All that and all you asked for was the name of the song eh. Ha ha.
  • + 3
 i like riding with my dog more than any human i know. this is great.
  • + 1
 Nice vid, I love to go out wit my dog, but he's always 10m in front setting the pace, and making sure pesky rabbits don't get in the way!
  • + 3
 Oooh have you seen my goat?
  • + 3
 All that Vermont love and no local beer....shame shame!
  • + 1
 Agreed!! VT has More breweries per capita than any other state and he pops open a Dales!!!?? Lol.... Great video
  • + 1
 Slow-mo of bikes and riders = kinda overdone.

Slow-mo of dogs = amazing.

Major props to the film crew for recognizing that.
  • + 3
 I hate rolling in dog's poo...
  • + 2
 He had a very light breakfast.... I need at least 1 yoghurt, 1 cooked cereal, 2-3 eggs to have a good ridingSmile
  • + 2
 Sick of seeing people rail trails harder than you ever could? - Are they implying that this guy doesn't? He's awesome.
  • + 2
 I wish my 5'10s still looked like that
  • + 1
 I want to know where this cabin is where there's nothing but downhill riding that still ends up at the same cabin. Magical!
  • + 1
 Wow close call for the dog on roots! Special secret compound knobs saved him Smile
  • + 2
 I like bikes and dogs and both are mostly banned on the SF bay area trails
  • + 2
 The dogs okay and all, but more cabin please!
  • + 1
 Awesome vid and even better is the concern shown for peoples dogs, gives me faith in humanity
  • + 1
 Great video and very nostalgic, I ride a Transition and have a rad little lurcher collie type mutt that loves to run trails
  • + 1
 What kind of pup is that?
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 She's a rescue from rural SC. Saved by a VT dog rescue, Passion 4 Paws! Mom is a shepherd mix, dad is a lab mix. Amazing life she has now for sure!!
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 keep ya big house and wide screen tvs ,I wanna live in that cabin.
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 What kind of dog is that
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 Thanks for that.
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 2:30 great shot
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 hell yea Adam!! that was so rad!
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 That was awesome!
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 2:22 sick face shot..
2:29 sweet recovery...
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 Pretty sure the dog crashed at 1:30 hahaha
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 This dog has some serious traction!
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 WOW. just makes me smile. love it :-)
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 Does anyone know what dog breed Flow is?
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 She's a rescue from rural SC! Saved by a VT dog rescue, Passion 4 Paws. Shep/lab mix. Love seeing her living the life she deserves!!!
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 Too much slo mo for me. Nice dog & cabin though!
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 Is that a Rhodesian?
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 Lovely.
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 Nice cameo for Dale's.
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 Woof woof Smile
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 dogs and vermont
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 Dammit I'm a cat person
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