Most people when they want to go on a motorbike trip make all their travel arrangements beforehand. While they have spent some time in planning their trip, they usually forget about the finer details of packing for a motorbike trip.
Therefore, the first and foremost thing that you should do while planning for a motorbike trip, would be to get a clear picture and plan of “what, and how, you are packing for the motorbike adventure”. This could be done by making a list of the items that you will require for the trip. Arrange everything in a place and check off the items on the list as you keep them into the motorbike luggage. You should also pack in the motorbike rain suit in the final stage so that you can quite easily get your hands on it should you require it during the trip, because unlike 4×4 cars trips there will no be no protection from wet weather.
You should find out all the motorbike repair agencies on the route of your trip. Make a list of these repair centers and keep it in your wallet or in the motorbike toolkit bag. Do not fail to take along the toolkit bag. Take all the tools that you may require for conducting any minor repairs on the way. The toolkit bag should be composed of a standard screwdriver, a pair of needle nose pliers, and a couple of combination wrenches that fits most of the sizes in your motorbike. Do not forget to keep the repair manual, as it may be handy during the trip.
You should also pack in some snacks for example Trail mix, candy bars and Granola bars. You should also pack some ready to eat meals. Use a large sized bag to store the food items so that it can be found out quickly.
Another essential item is a road map. If you have some spare money, you can even consider buying a new navigation system. These are great products and can be easily adaptable for use in your motorbike. A cell phone with broadband internet is a must for the trip.
Toiletry items like tooth paste, tooth brush, soap, shampoo and a small roll of toilet paper should also be packed in a small travel bag and stored with the motorbike luggage. The luggage should also be kept balanced equally on both the sides of the motorbike as it will help to maintain the equilibrium when you are riding the bike.
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