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Bring It

CLOTHING

  • DOT-approved Helmet

  • Rain jacket and pants

  • Rain gloves

  • Summer gloves

  • Winter gloves

  • Balaclava

  • T-shirts

  • Socks and underwear

  • Synthetic long underwear

  • Long-sleeved shirts

  • Turtleneck shirts

  • Extra jeans

  • Light jacket

  • Leather pants/chaps

  • Riding boots

  • Bandanas

  • Sunglasses

  • Goggles/night time

eye protection

  • Change of shoes

BIKE MAINTENANCE

  • Tool kit

  • Replacement fuses

  • H-D SYN3 lubricant

  • Paper funnel

  • Multi-purpose spray lubricant

  • Motorcycle jumper cables

  • Tire pressure gauge PERSONAL ITEMS

  • Basic toiletries

  • Emergency cash

  • Coins for tolls

  • Sunscreen

  • Earplugs

  • Traveler’s roll of tissue

THE “WHAT DO WE BRING AND WHERE DO WE PUT IT?” QUESTIONS CAN BE MORE VEXING THAN THE “WHERE DO WE GO” PROBLEM. LIMITED CARGO SPACE REQUIRES PARING DOWN TO ESSEN- TIALS, CHOSEN FOR VERSATILITY, PACK- ABILITY AND MINIMAL WEIGHT. OUR EX- PERIENCED TOUR RIDERS SUGGEST A LIST AND PROVIDE TIPS FOR PACKING.

Yes, you can bring it all with you. With some clever packing, Harley- Davidson saddlebags and touring luggage can swallow all of your stuff.

MISCELLANEOUS

  • Road maps

  • Bike registration and insurance info

  • Motorcycle owners or serv- ice manual

  • Motorcycle warranty card

  • Camera

  • Cargo net

  • Bungee cords

  • Swiss-style pocketknife or multi-tool

  • Tote sack

  • 2-3 large trash bags

  • Extra zipper-lock bags

  • Small towel

EMERGENCY ITEMS

  • Personal first-aid kit

  • Emergency contact numbers (include doctor/medical professional)

  • List of medical conditions (include allergies)

  • List of current medications

  • Flashlight

  • Spare key

  • Emergency blanket

  • Cellular phone and charger

  • Duct tape

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