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Old 09-05-2009, 02:42 PM   #1
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There are a number of reasons to use a bicycle for hunting.

For me it's the stealth of a bike. I ride up on game all the time because the bike doesn't make any sound or smell.

If you hunt public land they don't allow motorized vehicles off of the roads so if you want to get farther than the guys that are walking, use a bike to go farther.

Many rig a trailer / game kart to help bring in extra gear and to haul game out.

Some folks put a rack across the handlebars, a rack on the rear or a gun case along the top bar of the frame.

Some add a motor but that's because they're lazy or out of shape. It defeats the purpose.























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Old 09-05-2009, 02:47 PM   #2
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I usauly pack my bike in the bronco. Most of the times you can find nice cattle trails to ride up. You can cover alot of ground quietly and fast. 4-5 miles up a cattle trail can get you away from the roads pretty good. A couple of places I can cover 12-15 miles making predator stands every 1/2 mile or so.

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Yep, got Fin-Grip Pros for my bar ends on my 2nd Montegue (mil spec version) to carry a slug gun or bow with . I sometimes commute with it too. Very very quiet bike .
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Bicycle Hunting

There are a number of reasons to use a bicycle for hunting.

For me it's the stealth of a bike. I ride up on game all the time because the bike doesn't make any sound or smell.

If you hunt public land they don't allow motorized vehicles off of the roads so if you want to get farther than the guys that are walking, use a bike to go farther.

Many rig a trailer / game kart to help bring in extra gear and to haul game out.

Some folks put a rack across the handlebars, a rack on the rear or a gun case along the top bar of the frame.

Some add a motor but that's because they're lazy or out of shape. It defeats the purpose.























Which one is yours????
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Old 09-05-2009, 03:07 PM   #6
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I've got a nice mountain bike. I've never really put any thought into how i would bring game out of the woods on it. Interesting ideas in the pics!
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Old 09-05-2009, 07:20 PM   #7
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Me and a buddy hunted at Amistad back in 99 and used mountain bikes and lightweight tripods. Just strapped em to the frame and rode way back in there. We used backpacks and just strapped our bows to the packs. I was a lot better than packing em in on foot. I even used my bike on a lease we had in Atascosa County before I bought my 4 wheeler. You can also buy those kid carriers that attach to the seat post for hauling your animal out on.
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Old 09-05-2009, 08:36 PM   #9
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What is the best kind of bike for this type of use.
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Old 09-06-2009, 10:33 AM   #10
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What is the best kind of bike for this type of use.
Any decent mountain bike. Preferably a bike with at least 1.75" x 26" tires.
Front suspension is a good thing, rear suspension is nice too.
My bike also has a shock in the seat post and I have a soft, springer - cruiser seat.
Having a 21-speed is better. It's important to have some LOW gears for climbing and pulling a load / trailer.

My bike is a hybrid. It has a heavy road bike frame, but has front shocks. It's a city commuter bike but it works just fine for hunting.

It has 1.75x26 "enduro" tires, not mountain bike tires but they work fine on a dirt trail. They're also smoother, with less resistance on the street.

I have also rigged my fold-up game cart to attach to the back of my carrier bracket to use as a trailer.



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Old 09-06-2009, 11:16 AM   #11
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Hunting in Colorado last year. We were in a place where we could walk up an old closed road. It was up hill walk for about two hours. We came across a couple locals(older fellas) who had been hunting this area for years. The had mountain bikes rigged out with racks and bow holders. Neither had chains. They said that they could not ride up the road anyway, they just pushed them up the mountain and coasted down. They both got deer
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Old 09-06-2009, 11:53 AM   #13
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Swiss military mountain bikes look similar to some of the pictures you have posted, I see them at auction sites, they are top quality and have rifle racks and tire pumps on them and come in military camo, I agree, the person who rides a bike is more likey to score a trophy animal than the usual 4 wheeler or Mule type orv making noise. Where can one order a bike ready made for hunting with racks and etc etc?? How much do they go for?? I think those swiss go over $500 each in mint condition??
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Swiss military mountain bikes look similar to some of the pictures you have posted, I see them at auction sites, they are top quality and have rifle racks and tire pumps on them and come in military camo.
Some of the Swiss light infantry bikes







This is the Montague folding military bike now used by both the Swiss and a number of U.S. paratrooper units
(civilian versions for sale at Sams on occasion)

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Old 09-06-2009, 03:27 PM   #15
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The Montague bikes

civilian models > http://www.montagueco.com/bikes/para...ding-bike.html

The Paratrooper military bike > http://www.militarybikes.com/index.html
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.....This is the Montague folding military bike now used by both the Swiss and a number of U.S. paratrooper units
(civilian versions for sale at Sams on occasion)

Or they can be ordered from their web sight. That is the same bike I am currently useing. These are fully foldable bikes. I took the 2.1" knobbys off and added Tom Slick 1.5"s, bar ends for the Fin-Grip Pros, removable seat post rack, and a removable front fender for when it gets nasty out. I also have another one for off roading and past winter training. Being a foldable bike has it's space saving advantages when transporting

Here it is without the Fin-Grips. People look at me funny when I do a "neighbor hood assalt" ride or commute down the street with them on .

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Old 09-06-2009, 03:37 PM   #17
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Texas Grown - One of my best friends has two too. (bought at Sams)
He bought the 2nd one as a guest bike, but he now has a new wife
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Old 09-08-2009, 02:36 AM   #18
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you can always put your deer on the bike and roll him out






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Old 09-08-2009, 04:47 AM   #19
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Here is my ride. The picture of the buck laying on the seat with the head over the handle bars was what I had to do last year when the axle on my cart busted. There was no way I could have drug it, it was too far and he was too big.
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I wish the refuge we hunt would allow them. 5 miles to the back so there aren't many who will make that walk.
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Old 09-08-2009, 08:59 AM   #21
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I would sure hate to endo on bike #2

I have never hunted on a bike but have mountain biked at my deer lease. The deer have a really surprised look when you ride up to them. I guess the noise is not familiar to them so they don't know what to do.
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Old 09-08-2009, 09:12 AM   #22
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Here's my Hagerman bike, get to use it again in Segment A.

It's gotten bloody also.
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Old 09-08-2009, 09:19 AM   #23
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the guy ridding with the deer on his shoulders thrue town. lol
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Old 09-08-2009, 10:16 AM   #24
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and when the road is closed to motorized vehicles
but still open to bicycles
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Old 09-08-2009, 01:54 PM   #26
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I like the idea and have thought about doing this myself, but I dont think I would put any animal on my shoulders/bike on public lands. I have heard of to to many people that say they shoot or will shoot at anyhting.
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Old 09-08-2009, 01:56 PM   #27
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Wow! Pretty amazing thread...I thought I could piece together bikes when I was a kid. I did not even scratch the surface!!!
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Old 09-08-2009, 02:19 PM   #28
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I like sneaking around on a bike in the woods. follow a cow trail or a road and you will get more close to game than on a 4 wheeler. I only hunt 500 acres so when I kill something I go back and get the 4 wheeler to haul it out. As I have said previously on this subject, I have had fawns chase me and have ran right through a flock of wild turkey. The bike is a must for me and keeps me in shape.
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Old 09-08-2009, 02:32 PM   #29
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People look at me funny when I do a "neighbor hood assalt" ride or commute down the street with them on .

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Urban assault bike indeed! I'm not really into mountain bikes, but that thing is awesome. It needs a Blackhawk Serpa retention holster on the "top tube" just for some added effect


You guys have got some cool hunting bikes! Great ideas. But I'm a bad enough climber as it is. I can only imagine what climbing with a fully loaded game cart on the back would be like
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Very interesting subject and info here...thanks CaptJack
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We use mountain bikes all duck season to access ponds away from the parking areas in the public waterfowl refuges. Put the shotgun on a home make rack on the handlebars, and the decoys and blind bag on my back. Riding with waders adds a dimension to the journey. I did not camo my bike, I'm afraid if I did I'd never find it after ditching it in the weeds. It works OK until when the rains come and the levees turn into sticky mud and jam the brakes up. I tried it for pigs on public land once and it was easier and faster than walking, but the question of what would we do if we shot something was always there.
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Old 09-08-2009, 03:24 PM   #32
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i have never seen so much high tech stuff on a bike... i had no idea... do they even make a basic bike anymore... i mean get on and ride one gear breaks on the peddal. like they had back in the 50's......
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My late Grandfather got me doing that years back at Wright patman Lake. Lot of fun, can really cover ground.
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Around here you are really stuck to the roads and already established trails. Too many mesquites ,briars, cactus, locust trees waiting for your tires to come along. Even with slime in the tires you will be saying " Oh great, another flat." more often than you think. Mud is another issue, stopping your bike dead cold in about 10 feet. Then sticks through the spokes,and derailer have left me walking before too. So don't think its all free and easy, but it still beats walking in on flat and level ground.
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Around here you are really stuck to the roads and already established trails. Too many mesquites ,briars, cactus, locust trees waiting for your tires to come along. Even with slime in the tires you will be saying " Oh great, another flat." more often than you think.
When I bought my last bike I had the shop ad "Tire Liners" inside the tires, change the tubes to thorn proof tubes, and put slime in the tubes.



The problem with the slime is it clogs up the valves. After a month I put another set of the thorn proof tubes in, without the slime !!

There are now some super tough Liners made out of Kevlar

http://www.spinskins.com/tire-liner-technology.html



nothing you can do about the mud but pick up your bike and walk
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Here is my ride. The picture of the buck laying on the seat with the head over the handle bars was what I had to do last year when the axle on my cart busted. There was no way I could have drug it, it was too far and he was too big.
Nice! I was just wondering today what I could do about getting the deer out.

Any body got a good used bike? Trailer? Send me a PM if you have or know where I can buy one to get started with my set up.

Nice thread!
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you can also buy airless tires for your bike - never have a flat or have to add air again

http://www.bikemania.biz/Airless_No_...ires_s/173.htm



http://www.airfreetires.com/shopping...n-559-kit.aspx

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Nice! I was just wondering today what I could do about getting the deer out.

Any body got a good used bike? Trailer? Send me a PM if you have or know where I can buy one to get started with my set up.

Nice thread!
Craigslist, pawn shop
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Like Jack said, pawn shops are good. I got my front suspension Trek at one for a hundred bucks and they let me pick any seat from all the bikes they had. The seat I got costs a hundred bucks new, so yeah it was a good deal.
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[QUOTE=CaptJack;1807746]you can also buy airless tires for your bike - never have a flat or have to add air again

http://www.bikemania.biz/Airless_No_...ires_s/173.htm

http://www.airfreetires.com/shopping...n-559-kit.aspx


Interesting...Getting flats was one of my main concerns when thinking about using my mt. bike at the ranch. Has anyone invested and tested these in the field yet? Using a bike is the way to go when hunting public land... Anyone use a bike with or w/o a trialer to move a nilgai?
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Old 09-09-2009, 03:49 AM   #41
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i like that Hog Back Pack at the end of the first set of pictures! the swiss bike seem cool too!
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Old 09-09-2009, 12:49 PM   #42
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this is a side quiver / scabbard available for bikes, left and right sided available

http://www.montanascabbards.com/



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and this is a trailer hitch attachment for pulling a trailer or cart with a bike

http://www.traileron.com/index.html


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The Bicycle Corps: America's Black Army on Wheels
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1893 Remington Print: Bicycle Infantry.
Three views by Frederick Remington, from an 1893 issue of Harper’s Weekly.
Title is "Officer and Men of the First Cycle Infantry."
Shows three soldiers who had been trained to travel and carry equipment on bicycles.



1888 Soldier Cyclists.
"Cyclists at the Easter Volunteers Review." London Illustrated.
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Very resourceful and worth looking into.
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this is a side quiver / scabbard available for bikes, left and right sided available

http://www.montanascabbards.com/



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and this is a trailer hitch attachment for pulling a trailer or cart with a bike

http://www.traileron.com/index.html

CaptJack, I made my trailer hitch out of schedule 80 pipe. It works great.
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Old 09-09-2009, 04:35 PM   #46
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Hey Kurt68, could you post a pic of how the schedule 80 connects to the game cart. Nice set up by the way!
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I need to take some pics of mine and post them up. I have a cart that I pull behind.
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Kris I have the same basic setup. Stop by one day and i'll show it to you.
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I always thought that that took a front loader
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Kris, it's attached to the jogging stroller by the way of where the front axle would be. I bought a 3 wheel jogging stroller at a garage sale for 20 bucks and took the front tire off and put a piece of all thread in it's place.
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