My Everyday Carry
Mechanic in Bangalore, India
Over the years I’ve tried to streamline everything I have. Try to cut costs on the crap and spend on what will last. I try to follow the same principle for travelling. Just the basics, and possibly a little more for luxury,
Long distance Motorcycling trips have taught me to be well prepared and to travel as light as possible.
Here is the stuff that is invariably always with me.
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