Rear shock pump
Metric Allen wrench set
Needle nose pliers
Screw drivers (Phillips and flat)
Tubeless tire repair kit
CO2 cartridges and inflation (or electric pump)
Tek Towel (packable highly absorb ant towel)
Power let to standard car adapter
Car phone charger
Flash light with extra batteries
All of this goes in the right saddlebag–with room to spare.
It is important to put your tools and first aid kit on the right side of your bike (or at least in a centrally mounted bag).
The reason for this is that if you have to pull of the road for an emergency or breakdown you will not be standing next to on-comming traffic as you try to access your tools.
Cup holder (not pictured)
Water Bottle (not pictured)
Maps and GPS
Books to read
Laptop computer (if it will fit)
Accessories for a motorcycle touring trip
Bike cover (not pictured)
Over pants or chaps (not picture)
Sun glasses or riding goggles
Protection to wear while riding your motorcycle
Electric saver with extra batteries
Shampoo and Conditioner
Comb or hairbrush
Petroleum jelly (don’t ask…)
Personal care items for the motorcyclist
Most of the items form Accessories, Protection and Toiletries go into the left saddlebag.
The electronic items, such as my computer, cell phone and cameras will go in the top case.
I always plan on taking lots of pictures so I want to have easy access to my cameras.
2 pair of Kevlar jeans
1 pair of regular jeans
1 pair shorts
1 pair swim trunks
5 pullover or T-shirts
2 Long sleeve pullover T-shirts
7 pair underwear (not pictured)
7 pair of socks
1 fleece pullover
Extra pair of shoes
Tire warranty information
Emergency contact information
Medical information (medications, allergies, conditions)
Dealer list for states travelled
Map book or maps or areas travelled