Alright, just got back from a nice and quite uneventful bike ride. I was able to capture a few clips.
Here's one on the path I mentioned in an earlier post. There didn't happen to be any walkers while I was there so the only distraction was the adjacent dog park. This video cut short due to some 'limit' being reached. Not sure, hard to read, film, and bike...
I immediately hit record again as we were passing the dog park. I wanted to capture my dog being calm IF the dogs in there started running the fence, which has happened before. The dogs ran after we passed them but there's no way I could have pivoted the camera safely, and it was really uneventful.
I stopped filming because the road takes a very sharp turn along a busy intersection. After that turn I started filming again as I headed down the road. We passed a random guy, then I had to stop again because there was some construction to get past.
Cues used: "whoa" to stop at an intersection. "let's go" to start, and was probably unnecessary otherwise but I use it as (encouragement?) sometimes, or a reminder not to stop and sniff if we are brushing right up against a distraction like a bush my dog might want to pee on.
He did automatic disengages (very evident in second video especially) as he noticed the dogs in the park.