Top 5 Motorcycle ADV Camping Accessories



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  • add to that list a good sleeping pad, a uncomfortable night with little or no sleep can leave you depleted for the ride the next day, also, msr dromedary water bags are useful.

  • Some sort of camera gear is a must for me,Go-pro with the new Karma gimble, or the DJI Maviv drone, gotta have some sweet video the very least a Phone for some Pics

  • pretty good list, those things are more important than they seem actually. these small things can make the difference between a fun trip and being miserable the whole time.

  • Would love to see a series on lightweight ADV. I for one am not in a position to have two bikes and use my ktm exc for single day and multi day rides. Keep it up, love the company and love the channel.

  • Excellent video guys, Love it. Thanks for taking the time to share this with us and I hope you all have a blessed week.
    Keep Up the great videos.

  • Small solar panel for helping to charge electronics such as our Sena Headsets. AeroPress and Biolite Camp Stove for COFFEEEEEEEEE. Sleeping pads! Gotta be able to sleep. They also help keep you insulated from the cold ground. If we know there will be trees we bring our hammocks for sleeping – so comfortable, easy to set up. A knife definitely – hatchet for wood. I couldn’t agree more about headlamps – we have several! They are very bright these days – we prefer BD Spot, also used for climbing trips, spelunking trips, motorcycle maintenance, etc.

  • the original is called the ALITE chair – I had the earliest model with just 2 legs – they are the original, the innovators in the space.  rest is good…but I can’t imagine anyone going anywhere at anytime in the camping world without a headlight! glad you got one…2 is one and one is none on knives, guns, and lights, lol.

  • Great video!!! thanks. Q: could you advise me on best campings on the Rockies?? There’s 7 of us from BMW adventure club in México that are going to 16 day trip. From San diego to San Francisco, Yosemite, Death Valley, Las Vegas, Route 66, Grand Canyon, Zion Park, Bryce Canyon, Monument Valley, Highway 70 to Boulder down to Colorado springs, Montrose, Million dollar Highway down to Durango and from there to El Paso and back by plane.
    It would be very helpful if you could give some tips on the best campings, I’ve looked up the Freecampsites of US and is very good but some times the reality is different than what you read in paper. Thanks againd, subscribed already!!!

  • doesnt anybody carry a pistol or a hacksaw anymore? or are you being pc? lol Wetwipes is always 3rd after food and water. (what the Infantry of them jarheads taught me. )

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