Biking and Metal Detecting


Do you or anyone else ride a bicycle and take your metal detector to your hunts?

I love to do this for many reasons; there are a lot of advantages. Almost all of my finds have been within few miles to my home. I put my metal detector and accessories like batteries, water, food, mini shovel, and more metal detecting equipment in a backpack and ride to my top metal detecting spots. I also like to stop on the way and get some food while looking for and acquiring permission to metal detect, it’s very convenient if your love both sports/hobby. I also use a GPS to mark my spots while I’m out, and have one mounted on my bike to navigate me to my treasure detecting spots. I tear down my metal detector and put it in my backpack which only takes a few moments. When I get to the place I want to metal detect I’m ready to hunt in just about 5 minutes or sooner. When I’m done metal detecting that spot, Steve from Sydney Brothels and I can put everything back into my backpack and take off to the next place. It’s makes my biking trips more adventures when you know your metal detecting and possibly find some treasure, gold rings, old coins, relics and more.

Here are some advantages to using a bicycle for metal detecting into your favorite treasure hunts,

  • You can get to inaccessible places that a car cant, but a bike can.
  • You can cover more area on a bicycle and it’s really easy to get on pathways cutting through to your spot.
  • Its great exercise and you can do both sports/hobby at the same time
  • The convenience of going just about anywhere you want is unlimited, there is treasure everywhere and when you bike your metal detector around you can stop and search.
  • I have spent many days driving in my car looking at places I wish I could metal detect, when I bicycle or bike my metal detector around I can stop and hunt at that moment.
  • Using a bike or bicycle to get to a beach front to metal detect it’s really great because the ocean fronts are so large and you can see the best place to get a lot easier than in a car. This is by far the best way to metal detect while biking.
  • I have even use a Recumbent Trike with a mounted GPS on the handle bars and pack in my metal detector.
  • There are so many metal detecting tools out there to help you pack your way into some great spots.

Conclusion to biking and metal detecting.

So the next time you think about going metal detecting, you might want to consider biking or bicycling to a place, use a GPS to get there or create a waypoint to that spot, get some exercise, experience the freedom of going to any hunts allot easier and enjoy the adventure, the exercise and the freedom of it.

Thanks for reading all about metal detecting while on a bicycle, motorcycle, motor bike using at times a GPS to find or save a waypoint and more.

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