The complete list of the Motorcycle Camping Checklist is given below:
Motorcycle camping trip significantly differs from any other trip you take with other recreational vehicles.
It gives the ultimate feeling of freedom and is perfect for those who don’t need too much equipment to bring.
Before starting your motorcycle camping odyssey, you must first accomplish some preparations.
Indeed, to make the trip successful and enjoyable, you must know what you may need on that trip and what are the most necessary items you ought to bring with you. For this purpose, motorcycle camping checklists are pretty handy, provided they are prepared by an experienced motorcycle adventurer.
Having such list will guarantee not only that you will have everything you need on your trip, but also that you will not have unnecessary “stuff” just taking place….
These checklists should include several pages such as camping equipment, camping supply, camping food, clothing, camping packing list….
It may be also useful to prepare the planned activity list. When you have made your checklists, you should be able to pack without worrying that you will forget something; good plan will also help you to pack in a short time.
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First aid kit
Aspirin,Tylenol, or some other pain receiver
Finger nail clippers or nail file
Lip balm - some come with U.V. protection
Quarters for the Showers
Small-diameter nylon rope
Travel alarm clock
Air mattress/sleeping pad/cot
Air pump (If bring air mattress)
Duffel/Utility bags (Clothes)
Motorcycle maintenance basic list
Repair kit for air mattress
Shower shoes/flip flops
Water bottles (Collapsible)
2-way radios/walkie talkies
Battery powered radio (with batteries of course)
Board for your kickstand.
Duct tape/electrical tape
Lantern with fuel/mantles
Plastic mallet for tent pegs
Rock works if you can find one
Sewing kit- scissors, thread, a few needles and safety pins will do it.
Small roll of surveyor's tape
Stoves (I use a dual-fuel stove)
Waterproof Storage Bags
Bug Head Net
Campfire grill/BBQ grill
Can opener/bottle opener
Compact camp chair (Thermachair)
Containers for food storage
Cook utensils-spatula, knife, spoon
Cooking oil/Pam spray
Fleece Sleeping Bag Liner
Hot chocolate/tea bags/coffee
Mat for tent entrance
Musical instruments/song books
Napkins or paper towels
Single serving coffee bags or tea bags
Travelers check receipts
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