Riding my bicycle on the Silver Comet from Hiram trailhead out, open carrying my Glock as usual. I saw the deputy about 200ft across the street in the other parking lot as I began my ride and wondered if he saw my weapon. Sure enough it wasn't but a few minutes and I heard his ATV coming up behind me on the trail. He pulls up beside me and asks me to pull over. So I pull over and keep my hands on the handle bars as he walks over and says "You know why I pulled you over?" 'Oh yea' was my reply. (What else for, I sure wasn't speeding) He was calm and didn't draw on me or take my weapon, or search me, just asked to see my permit, which I produced. He then asked for my drivers license. I probably could have took him to task on this, but decided to play along to see how it all went down. He called my DL# in to dispatch and we talked about Glocks and holsters in the meanewhile. Another deputy appeared out of the woods about 75ft in front of us and as he started to walk over the first deputy said to him it was OK, I had a permit. Deputy #1 did mention that most people conceal while carrying on the trail and he was concerned that I could be become a target of gun thieves if they saw my weapon. I just told him that open carry was my preferred method of carrying while riding. He didn't push it after that. He gave me back my license and permit. We shook hands and off I went on my ride. 10-15 minutes delay.