We've accumulated a collection of gear for sledding and scootering. The main set sits in large transport case on the back of the RV, with harnesses inside by the dog boxes. Here's our summary of stuff to complement the sled, scooter and rig.
Sled, Scooter, Rig Lines
8 dog gang line (3 2-dog modular team sections, 1 leader section). We've changed how we run lines -- we have an 18" neck line attached to the end of the harness and shorter (30") tug lines, and use Tug Line Toggles instead of snaps. Moving the attachement back 18" eliminates the snap hitting the dog (and the likelyhood of getting poop on it), and hooks are easier to deal with in the cold.
Bungie neck lines.
Regular neck lines.
Scooter lines (2 sets).
Dog Stuff: Harnesses, Collars, ...
H back harnesses (various).
X back harnesses (various sizes). It's taken awhile to figure out what works best for us, and what fits the different dogs (fitting harnesses is an art). Our main harnesses are now lightweight X-backs from dogbooties.com
Urban trail harnesses (shortie harnesses) for everyday dog walks (not pulling).
1" limited slip collars with 1 1/2" rings.
Quiet Spot tag bags for collars.
Various size booties (dogbooties.com).
Collar tags (Boomerang tags).
QR dog tags.
Ski helmet (Scott Rove MIPS and Smith Viarient Brim).
First aid kit (in handle bar bag).
Leatherman (in handle bar bag).
Headlamp (2) -- we use them all around the house (Mammut Lucido TLX1).
Tools and Parts
Assorted wrenches to fit sled, scooter and rig bolts.
Scotch 33+ electrical tape.
Various spare parts and snaps.
Sled Cam and Electronic
Dog Truck Stuff
Other Dog Stuff
Canicross belt, used for our daily dog walks (from Canadog).
People Stuff (Winter Gear)