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Pack a Benadryl too and if you have to pop that pen, hit the ER.
You'll quickly accrue expired pens. Stash them around. You never know when an expired one is your best bet.
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They make different cases for them that you can carry.
Mizuno Mustang shorts have a handy zipper pocket that might accommodate an Epi Pen.
Soooooo I figured best to just carry around the cell phone, as well as some Benadryl and Prednisone. The Ben/Pred might ward off any major issues without an ER trip, or at least delay it so you have more time to get there
Hope that helps,
ps: the dose on an epipen jr is definitely less than an epipen. use the epipen if you need one.
What I am down to for running is a waist pouch that has stretch to it. I've been able to cram the EPIs into a SPI belt, which comes with toggles to hold bib number. It is NOT the most comfortable option becuase the EPIs do not conform to your waist, but it is the lowest profile solution I've found to date. None of the other options I have found meet all of above parameters.
Multiple options for carrying while cycling for training - take your pick. During races, though, it's trickier because of the transition to run and then the run itself. I would probably go with SPI belt option there as well since you need a belt anyway for your race number. Plus, it is always on you even if you get separated from your bike.
We find that always having the EPI kit with us is more of a burden than it would seem at first blush, but it is our reality. I will re-check this thread for other ideas people may have - we are always looking for good ones.