TOP 5 BEST THINGS TO KEEP IN YOUR MOTORCYCLE BAGS

People use motorcycle bags to carry many different things. Apart from carrying essential items, your bags should also be equipped properly with the things that you may need to use in any uncertain situation.  It is always better to fill your available motorcycle luggage bags strategically with things that may be of use later instead of filling your bag spaces mindlessly.

As an impassioned bike rider, you will most certainly be going on both long and short road trips and sometime you may even journey to unknown places. Sometimes your destination depends on where the road takes you and facing uncertainties and ups and downs along the way are inevitable. Getting prepared to tackle any type of situation is the key and you cannot effectively prepare yourself unless you put proper thoughts in what you are going to carry. You may have a great looking motorbike that may be modified and fine-tuned to achieve maximum performance. And on top of that, you may even have multiple high-quality spacious bags equipped with your bike. But having bags is not what matters, what’s inside is important and can prove to be life-saving when the time comes.

Maybe you have free space in your motorcycle bags and are not sure what items you should carry? Don’t worry we have got you covered! And on top of that, proper motorcycle safety riding gears are as important as any other thing. There is a saying All The Gears All The Time so always wear the proper safety gear first and then prepare for the worst outcome. Here are some things which you can add to your bags to tackle any unpleasant road surprises.

First aid kit

Top on our list is a first aid kit, as safety comes first. Long open roads can be very uncertain especially when you are going at a high speed. First aid kits usually do not take a lot of space and can also keep you alive if a crash happens.

Road accidents are a very real danger apart from careful driving it is important to have the required tools if anything goes wrong. Another major plus for having a first aid kit is that you can also help someone else who may need your help on the road.

Tools to fix a flat

You have your bike in peak condition, thoroughly cleaned, fully fuelled, and ready to hit the road. But somewhere along the way suddenly you hear a bust and are forced to stop. What happened? You look back and it’s a flat tire. In the middle of the road with no mechanic insight even for miles can put you in a pickle.

In this type of situation, the only thing that can save you except a miracle is having the required tools to fix a flat tire. Having a flat fix kit can save you a lot of time and effort that you may need to spend in waiting or finding a mechanic.

Phone & Charger

We live in a digital era where we need our phone to stay connected with our friends and family. The very idea of leaving your house without your phone sounds absurd, as the phone is the first line of help if anything goes wrong in any aspect of our lives.   As a rider, you may go on long road trips and while taking pictures of beautiful sunset views and other places during your road trip your phone’s battery may die. It is important to have your phone charger with you and possibly a power-bank too to keep your phone charged.

Weather clothing

If you are planning for a long trip, it is advisable that you pack for both warm and hot weather. Even if it’s a sunny day outside while you hit the road, but always have in mind that weather can change very quickly and weather conditions like rains and cold can make you rethink how you prepare for your trips. Therefore, always pack a raincoat along with a leather jacket to face any weather head-on. You can easily fit your weather clothing in any bag you may like but the best way to go is to use a motorcycle sissy bar bag.

Money

This goes without saying that money is one of the most important factors in our lives. Without money, things can get tough especially when you run out of cash in remote areas where your fuel runs out and there is no ATM in sight. It is a very good practice to store an emergency reserve cash in one of your secured motorbike bags.

These are the top 5 items that you as a bike rider should always carry in your bags. Preparing for the worst while hoping for the best is the best attitude a bike rider can have. Bike riding can be fun, adventurous, but it can also be a health hazard if proper precautions are not taken. Always ride your bike with the safety of your health and others in mind.

 

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