Use a bike leash that attaches to your bike frame, not your handlebars. This will help to prevent your dog from getting tangled in your bike.
Start by teaching your dog basic commands, such as "heel" and "stay." This will help you to control your dog while you're biking.
Don't try to go too fast at first. Start with short rides and gradually increase the distance as your dog gets stronger.
Be on the lookout for other cyclists, pedestrians, and traffic. It's also important to be aware of any hazards on the road, such as potholes or debris.
Stop every 15-20 minutes to give your dog a chance to rest and drink water.
Bring along water and a bowl for your dog, as well as a first-aid kit in case of an emergency.
Biking with your dog can be a great way to bond and get some exercise.