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Jonathan Rabinowitz

I was running on the George Washington Bridge path the other day and was passed in the other direction by a rider and dog, yoked by a Springer.

The way the bridge path is striped, we were each in our respective left-hand lanes, so the dog was on the side of the bike toward me. It freaked me out a little bit; glad to know that the rider's momentum can kind of keep the dog from running out and taking a bite of my leg.


Am I the only one who sees this as a huge safety issue? I don't see the spring from stopping any significant change of direction from the dog. Or if you have to slam on the brakes, the dog will swing around into your bike.

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