CCW while bicycling?

CCW while bicycling?

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    Question CCW while bicycling?

    Anybody do it? If so, how...what do you use? I've been thinking of wearing my versipack while riding.
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    I have a Camelback M.U.L.E. for mountain biking and my G23 would easily fit in there. I think a handgun would fit in almost any of the hydration packs. Not so easily accessible but at least you have it.

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    This tool pouch mounts on your bike.right here but they also make ones that go on the front of the bike too the side. Hard to explain but if you go into your local bike shop (support small business!!) and ask they will point you in the right direction. Anyhow, you should be able to fit any ccw in one of these pouches, and you can access it quickly, AND it will not get sweaty
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    I use a hydration pack, I also have an underseat bag I keep a gerber tool, and my car keys but could easily hold a .380. There are also frame bags that could hold something a little larger.

    There are a ton of different bags available, check biking web sites...there out there.

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    I ride a Rans Recumbant and the only place I can find is my pocket (J-Frame). I do not wear spandex or anything like that, just ordinary shorts and t-shirt so I do have pockets.

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    I've been looking at some bags such as these.



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    Camelbacks are great if they have a pocket large enough for your pistol. The other thing that you could consider is a shoulder holster. They are comfortable, and keep the weapon out of your way.
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    I ride a recumbent trike and carry in my normal IWB holster. Like Electraclyde, I wear regular shorts and T-shirt.
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    Go Glock - until you can afford H&K

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    Try this it definately will be close to you

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    I ride a scooter (moped) alot and carry comfortably IWB while doing so, but I donot have to pedal.

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    I assume you must road bike! Which makes me happy because now I know that there are at least two road bikers who are not antigun*!


    Don't carry in a group, you will loose friends fast! I was riding in a group with a cop and someone noticed that he had a gun and everyone FREAKED out. It all settled down when they realized he was a cop (I think he is anti too)

    Get a good jersey with one of those center pockets (back) that has a zipper.

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    I have a small map case that is attached to the handlebars of my mountain bike (with 100 lb tires for riding on the road). It is perfect for small handgun such as a 642 or SP101 or Keltec PF9.

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    Fanny pack.
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    Another roadie here......well, a triathlete actually, but let's not split hairs.

    I carry my Seecamp in a small fuel belt, like this. Fuel Belt - Fuel Belts - 2-Bottle

    No water bottles on the fuel belt while on the bike. When I run, I just add the water bottles and I'm still good to go.

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