Travel Tips for Harley Davidson Riders
Planning to hit the road for a very long trip on your favourite Dyna bike by Harley Davidson? Well, remember that there are hardly any rules when you set out for an adventurous trip revving the engine. There are only a few guidelines which have been followed by the ace and veteran American riders who know things that can make your trip a nightmare or a pure dream run. So don’t get into the right and wrongs of doing things. Here are some recommendations but you are free to tweak them or completely ignore them to suit your preferences. The first thing is packing.
Alright! Let’s first accept the fact that you cannot pack all the things in your small backpack or saddle bag. So you will need to prioritize. A good idea will be to make a list of all the items you want to carry with you. Once that’s done, categorize them as least-essential, quite-essential, and non-negotiable. Start stuffing your bag with the items that belong to the ‘non-negotiable’ category, followed by ‘quite-essential’ and if you still have some room left, get on with the ‘least-essential’ items.
For the clothing, it is better to carry synthetic stuff. They are lighter and get dried easily. Cotton takes way too long to dry. Since you will be on the move most of the time you will need things that don’t hamper your run. A few other things, such as multi-tool, pocket-knife, insect repellent, torch, and batteries are some of the non-negotiable items.