Motorcycle Camping Trip Checklist - Backpackclan

02/03/2021 By

There’s nothing more exciting than loading your motorcycle and heading out for a camping trip. Camping gives you a chance to enjoy nature at its best. But when you are planning for a motorcycle camping trip, there are a lot of things you should be sure to take along. Here is a checklist that you must follow before going on a motorcycle camping trip.

Motorbike Camping Gear Checklist

  • TENT
    A tent is your portable shelter and choosing the right tent is very important for motorcycle camping. Make sure to choose a compact model that collapses fully and can be easily stored in a saddlebag. 

  • SLEEPING BAG
    A comfortable sleeping bag is very crucial for a restful sleep and enjoyable trip. Buy the one that comes with a stuff sack and packs down small enough to fit in your saddlebag. Also, don’t forget to take a sleeping pad or air mattress along with you.

  • COMFORTABLE CLOTHES
    It is not possible to camp out in your jacket or riding suit. So carry some comfortable clothes with you according to the weather and remember that elevation changes can make nights much colder than you might initially realize. 

  • CAMPING STOVE
    You can find many super small camping stoves for your basic cooking. The fuel you need to carry will depend on the kind of stove you are using. Also, get a cooking kit or military outdoor mess kit as it is a good choice for motorcycle camping.

  • BUG SPRAY AND SUNSCREEN
    Bug bites and sunburn can easily ruin your camping trip. So it becomes important to protect yourself against both of them. Carry a bug spray or bug repellent with you and a sunscreen with SPF of at least 30 to protect from the harmful UV rays.

  • FIRST AID KIT
    You should never head out for a trip without carrying your basic first aid kit. Make sure to carry heat packs, self-adhesive bandages, cotton balls, and medicines for headaches, fever, and cold.

  • TOILETRIES
    Pack a travel-sized version of your personal care items like toothbrush, toothpaste, toilet paper, deodorant, mouthwash, and a camping towel.

Nothing can beat the experience of motorcycle camping. Just follow the given checklist and try to buy a compact and camping-friendly version of all the necessary items that are mentioned above. It is also recommended to hire a bike from a bike rental company as it is stress-free and you can find the best rides for your newest adventures.

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