By: Tim Notier
With over two years on the road are now in the books (and soon to be in physical books). From Chicago to Ushuaia, and back up to Iguazu Falls, the questions are now: what worked and what did not?
The following is a list of the things we carried with us and why. We have not received any discounts or free merchandise for promotional purposes, nor are we paid by or affiliated with any company. We purchased these items with our own money, and due to that fact, better-quality and more expensive items may exist out there. These are simply our honest, unfiltered opinions on what we decided to bring on our trip.
Universal Bike Enhancements
These are some great items that wont break the bank. We love them all, and some people may call them “luxury" items... but we are glad to have them. The links to Amazon are highlighted in green.
Cooking and Camping
Life's Little Extras
KTM 1190 Specific
Personal Gear - Tim
Personal Gear - Marisa
I of course have to plug my book Maiden Voyage: within its chapters are even more insights to our original gear. You can read about how we were woefully unprepared for our trip around the Rocky Mountains. None of the gear we had first purchased made it onto the current trip/s we are undertaking.
We will be updating this list and giving our feedback on these products throughout our journey. Any recommendations on what has worked for you, please leave your comments on our blog page, facebook page, or drop us a line.
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