Many items can make or break entire day's outing in a matter of seconds in the event that they are needed and you failed to bring it or them along that ride.
Even if you are brand new to mountain biking you have no doubt had the same effect occur to you as the outcome of a totally different situation or time.
To prevent a mountain biking traumatic ending one must plan ahead and have the items on hand to enable a quick fix so that they can once again rejoin the world and not remain stuck in the middle of nowhere.
The only way in which ensuring that you stay on top of the world, by choice and not because of being stuck, you must have a Top 10 Essential Stuffs to Carry each time you go outdoor with the mountain bike, no matter if for an hour’s ride or an entire daytime.
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To do this I begin with the backpack/bladder pack. This is a known list item as it is a given to need a holding device if you are taking at a minimum of ten items each time.
Also, as much of a given is taking water. We all know this so no need to dwell her very long. below is the back that many recommend, know however that there are many, brands, styles, colors, and other random
This back holds 13L or just under 3.5 gallons of water, and will soon hold the rest of your Never Ever bag. No two bags are ever the same, and that is perfectly fine.
If you have a cycling partner you always have the option of storing more items if you do not double up, or each pack is filled with the same items, odds are you would not find a reason to need two mini air pumps, at the exact same time, on the exact same day. By doing this you have created a list of the top 100 things needed...
This is the most important thing to take (besides the bike) ALWAYS. Rolled into the FAMOUS KIT you will find the sanity of a lifetime. It contains: connecting links, derailleur hanger, zip ties, duct tape, electric tape, a spare tube, glueless patches, tire lever, chain pins, quick links, and maybe a spare bolt or two. All items are pretty little and again can make the difference between stuck and home when on a mountain bike journey.
2.FIRST AID KIT
This is the second most important thing to remember is the First Aid Kid, who knows what happens to your health when you travel to places where you can't find a doctor. This one is made to include: Band-Aids, Gauze, Triple Antibiotic, Pain Killer Tablets, Toilet Paper and a spare Zip Lock Bag.
3.MULTI-TOOL WITH PLIERS
This is also known as a Gerber Tool or Swiss Army Knife. Primary use will be using the pliers but does it really hurt to have an extra tool from time to time.
4. BICYCLE MULTI-TOOL WITH HEX WRENCHES
This little guy all though looks like the one at #3 is by far not the same thing. This is a one stop bike repair and adjustment shop. Make sure that it includes (or be sure to add) a chain breaker.
Just in case it gets suddenly dark before you make it back to base this headlamp will ensure that you are able to find your way there with little to no incidence or accident.
Mountain biking can take one in a multitude of directions and odd out of the tracks and this folding saw can be used as so many different helping options they are too numerous to mention.
Not a lot needs to be said for this item. Stay dry, block the wind, keep warm. It does them all.
8.SPARES (CHANGE, CASH, PHONE):
Often times you head out and forget to grab a phone, you phone is too awesome to take on a mountain trail or you just want an added piece of mind, burner phones can be purchased for as little as $20 at the nearest pharmacy or dollar store. Toss it into a Zip Lock Bag, add some emergency small bills and pocket change. You never know when it will help you out.
9. PUMPS (MICROPUMP, AIR/CO2 COMBO, SHOCK PUMP):
Regular air in a tinier option for easier carry, CO2 for an emergency quick fix, or a mountain bike whose suspension has a leak out on the fly, these three are all smaller than the average small flashlight, lightweight and can fit into just about any spot within the backpack.
10. SPARE BRAKE PADS
A spare set of brake pads can be the difference between making it home and over a cliff or into a car on the edge of the road, especially if you find a lot of mud on the ride that day. Don’t skimp on tools. Quality is the only option. Tools are what will bring you home at the end of the day. Never Ever leave home without the FAMOUS BAG. Zip lock bags rule and should from now on become your best friend.