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Pack The Right Gear For Your Road Trip Tip #188 from the pages of The Total Motorcycling Manual

Pack The Right Gear For Your Road Trip Tip #188 from the pages of The Total Motorcycling Manual

Backpackers and motorcyclists soon learn that, as with so many things in life, less is more. The same goes double when it comes to packing for a trip. Some folks buy giant touring bikes, load them to tire-bursting capacity, and then hook up a trailer for good measure. Minimalists will take along...

Published on February 13 2014, 21:00
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

From the August 2005 issue of Cycle World. It's been said that use of tools is what separates us from the primates. But after our recent bout with old smoking motorcycles in the fully equipped Cycle World shop, I'm not so sure. There were plenty of primate noises, mad grimaces and much hurled... 

Ask any well-traveled motorcyclist who has spent time touring on his steed what to pack and you'll likely hear something along the lines of: take everything you're planning to bring and cut that in half, and maybe halve it a second time. I learned this on my own after a few long trips. During my... 

Adventure riding has no bounds. With a properly outfitted ADV bike, you can ride just about anywhere and everywhere so long as weather conditions and more importantly your riding ability allow for it. Speaking of weather conditions, you can find yourself riding in any number of them, and there... 

Setting out on a motorcycle trip can change a person – I'm sure some of you probably already know that. Many of us take long trips on our motorcycles for that exact reason. We need to refresh our outlook. To remind ourselves of the simple and beautiful parts of life that all too often get... 

In the pantheon of American motorcycle badasses, sitting high amongst the crowd are Steve McQueen and Evel Knievel. In 2006, our very own Gabe Ets-Hokin and Pete Brissette set out to pay homage to the two legends, riding the marques that McQueen and Knievel are most associated with. So for this... 

Back in the "good" old days of magneto ignition and leather-belt final drives, roadside repairs on a motorcycle were the rule, not the exception. Today, so long as you're not a crasher, you can probably ride a new bike across a continent without doing anything more than topping off the tank... 

Michelle Christine is a comedian and writer who loves to ride motorcycles. She was first seen on these pages after taking BMW's Off-Road Academy and writing about her experience. Then she took her first off-road trip as part of RawHyde Adventure's Base Camp excursion in the Mojave desert. This...