The Perfect Riding Kit for You & Your Little Rider

The Perfect Riding Kit for You & Your Little Rider

We understand that not every rider is going to have the exact same needs - riders living in sunny southern California are going to be a smidge different from their PNW brethren further north cycling in intermittent rain. However, there are a number of items that are going to make the short list for the things you need to get out there! Read below to see what is best to carry on your next ride.

 

The 'Just Ride' Essentials

The Repair Kit

  • Spare tube or tubes (and/or patch kit)

  • Compact Pump

  • Tire Levers

  • Bike multi-tool

Additional Repair Items

  • CO2 (with cartridges)

  • Spoke wrench

  • Assorted nuts and bolts

  • Chain tool

  • Replacement chain links

  • Bike Lubricant

  • Valve adapter

Bike Accessories

  • Headlight

  • Rear bike light

  • Bike lock

  • Mirror

  • Fenders

  • Water bottle cage

  • Water bottle(s) or hydration pack

  • Saddle bag

  • Bell

  • Cycling GPS

Clothing

Personal Items

  • Eye protection

  • First-aid items

  • Medical info/emergency contact card

  • Sunscreen

  • Chamois Cream

  • Snacks

  • Trail Sodas

Other Options

  • Map/Guidebook (if in a new area

  • Camera

  • Cell phone

  • Cash/credit card/ID

 

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