MOTORCYCLE CAMPING SURE DOESN’T SEEM LIKE IT SHOULD BE FOR EVERYONE. But it might be right for you! Well, I am a bit biased. I’ve been motorcycle camping for a long time and I’ve camped all over North America. Which, in my case, is a good and bad thing. The good part is that I still enjoy it! The bad part is that I’ve become somewhat like an old dog who hasn’t learned any new tricks in a while. Stated another way, I’ve been enjoying camping pretty much the same way, with the same (or similar) gear, for a long time.
I started camping as a Boy Scout back in the early 70’s, and began motorcycle camping a few years later, still a teenager. Since that time, my motorbike adventures have encompassed camping in deserts, in mountains, on the shores of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, next to lakes, along rivers, in the rain, in climates too hot, and too cold, and even in the snow. (Nowadays I avoid camping in the snow with a motorbike).
Here in the 21st century, I’m betting you’ll be able to teach me a few new tricks.
I’ve written enough on motorcycle camping that I devoted a separate website to the matter (Camping-Rider.com). However, there’s enough information on that site, that I thought I’d offer an outline on this page, so that you can go directly to any parts that might interest you by clicking the appropriate links below.
Regardless, I’m primarily hoping that you’ll offer your own comments, tips, suggestions or anything else you want to say about motorcycle camping further below (after the outline).
Click the following links for more information:
♦ The Best Motorcycle
♦ Motorcycle Storage
♦ Riding Gear
♦ The Best Motorcycle – Revisited
♦ Sleeping Bag
♦ Let There Be Light
♦ Cooking (or not)
♦ Basic Eating
♦ Motorcycle Gear
What Are Your Motorcycle Camping Tips and Suggestions?
So, here’s your chance to offer your motorcycle camping insights. Share your experience, tips, suggestions, and whatnot to help this old dog learn some new tricks about enjoying motorcycle camping even more. On the other hand, if you just want to note your appreciation (or lack thereof) about motorcycle camping, you are also welcome to join the conversation by “leaving a reply” below.