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Things to carry on the bike 1 year, 11 months ago #11915

  • Ben600
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Some thing that was briefly mentioned on a recent ride was what do you carry when on the trails.

So what do you carry?

I always carry:

Camelbak 2 litres , filled with water and occasionally science in sport hydration shake (lime flavour)

Tyre levers x3

Allen key multi tool

Spare tube (s)

Spare chain link

Handful of nuts and bolts

Clutch lever /perch

Brake lever

Selection of spanners, usually a 10 a 17 and a 24. These fit 99% of bikes fittings

Small high volume hand pump

Spark plug tool

Glue less puncture patches

A banana

Wallet with RAC card!
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Re: Things to carry on the bike 1 year, 11 months ago #11917

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helpful tips, i pretty much got none of that !!!!!!!!!

Re: Things to carry on the bike 1 year, 11 months ago #11918

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we must stick together as i can pilfer your spares HA HA
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Re: Things to carry on the bike 1 year, 11 months ago #11919

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Haha, the one main thing for me is the camel bak. Without it, it's easy to get dehydrated and that's when concentration can slip and result in needing any of the above spares!
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Re: Things to carry on the bike 1 year, 9 months ago #12013

Ben...No fuses ? or fuse wire ? or a couple feet of small diameter pipe to syphon petrol into the 1 ltr flat cleaned long life milk carton from another bike...last time i mentioned these little items i got called some names...but not by you guys.....

Re: Things to carry on the bike 1 year, 9 months ago #12014

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Good shouts.

Although, on my bike I have no fuses to replace. Also, on enduro bikes, I use the tank breather pipe to access fuel via the fuel tap(s). If in need of a longer pipe, camel back pipe is perfect
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