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Lone Rider Blog

  • June 25, 2018
  • Carla Martin

Top 20 Riding & Camping Gear Tips for ADV Motorcyclists

Serious adventure motorcycling means you are not going to stay on the pavement for extended periods of time. In some cases, it may mean you’ll be rolling out some serious miles far off the beaten path and over some rugged terrain, along with some camping. Preparation under those conditions is key not only to enjoying your saddle time, it could even be important to your health and safety. With that in mind, we offer tips on gear for you and your bike.
  • June 20, 2018
  • Carla Martin

Top 15 Motorcycle Camping Hacks

Whether you’ve been planning a camping trip since last fall or it’s an impulsive drive, there are some unique motorcycle camping hacks that will allow you to relax and enjoy those cool summer nights.
  • June 19, 2018
  • Carla Martin

Motorcycle Camping: Weather Preparation Tips

These days, weather extremes seem to be diverging from long-term averages more than ever, so gearing up to meet the range of weather conditions and keeping in touch with weather forecasts is essential. Fortunately, modern riding and camping gear has really stepped up in terms of versatility and durability compared to what was available not so many years ago. Let’s discuss motorcycle camping from a weather-preparation perspective.

  • June 17, 2018
  • Carla Martin

How to Properly Load Motorcycles When Camping: 6 Considerations

Let’s think about loading up that motorized mule of yours for a motorcycle camping trip in a little different way: center of gravity. There’s no shortage of articles suggesting what kind of gear and provisions to take on such a journey. But there’s not so much about how to pack and stack all that stuff on the bike. Following are some tips to properly load your motorcycle for a trouble-free motorcycle camping trip.

  • June 07, 2018
  • Carla Martin

Top 10 Dont's of Motorcycle Camping

There’s no better way to see the country than on a bike. Grab your tent and gear, but avoid these mistakes.