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    When I go biking, what I have been doing is to carry my gun just behind my hip. It kind of sticks out but you can tie a shirt around your waist over it or snap a small fanny pack over it and stick your ID in there. My kids tell me you can't see it. 🙂

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    +10 for Hill People Gear Kit Bags https://hillpeoplegear.com/Products/CategoryID/1

    I'll add some thoughts:

    FWIW, I have a 41" chest and felt that the "Original" sized are too large (wide) when riding motorcycles and bicycles, in the same way I don't like a large PC with large SAPI plates... I bought a "Heavy Recon" and a "Snubby Kit Bag - Original Pattern", and after a couple rides using each kept the Snubby. I've also used it with my bigger packs when backpacking, depending on what the shoulder straps are like on any pack or hydration carrier you run, it may/may not be better to run the included harness instead of affixing to pack shoulder straps. Add'l advantage to using the included harness is it's still on me when the pack comes off.

    I'm able to easily carry my Glock 29/30 or LCR. Look here for more examples of what fits the "Snubby" sized bags: https://hillpeoplegear.com/Forum/for...31/scope/posts

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    legal question, you can carry concealed or open on a bike, as it falls under the "vehicle" definition, therefore an extension of your house?

    hill people products looks real good though either way you do it!

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    Vehicles are not legally an extension of your house per the law. You can still carry in a car without a permit, but not for any reasons having to do with your house. Just a minor correction.
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    Open carry does not deter crime. Strapping a holster to your bike is probably not a good idea in 99% of all situations/areas, again Hill People Gear, or Fanny Pack.

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    I carry strong side just behind the hip while riding MTB, even on longer rides. I typically wear a camelbak as well, and have had some spills. The camelbak does a lot to protect one's spine, especially with a water bladder. Never had any bruising related to the gun. Other scrapes / bruises from regular crashes, yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by earplug View Post
    Talked to a experienced MTB rider today who open carries strong side. .
    Was it this chick?
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    We have the HPG chest rigs in stock if she wants to try before she buys...

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    Nope, not her. MHS, I'll tell her.
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    Roadies have jerseys with three back pockets to carry water bottles and clothing. The strong side pocket would probably carry a cut down water bottle with a small firearm and holster inside the bottle.
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