Eicher Road Map book
Lonely planet book
Copies of permits.
Laptop along with Wireless modem In a cusion cover
The above rolled in thick track pant went in a thick plastic cover
2 Phone chargers
2 phone data cables
2 Spare helmet visors
3 pin to 2 pin converter socket
A length of electric wire
Bank account Cheque book
Small medicine kit
spare torch batteries
Liquid Mosquito Repellent.
Electric air pump
Rod Livers to pull out the tire
Gum to stick patches to the tube
Left Saddle bag:
Force tool kit
Maps and travel guide books
Spare Thicker gloves
One set thermals
A set of casual dress
Water heater rod
Right Saddle bag:
Spare Motorcycle jacket
2 Family photo albums
clutch and front break livers
Clutch and accelerator cables
Disk pads 2
Back pack on rear seat:
3 sets of undies
3 pairs of sox
1 t shirt
1 pair of slippers
Electric Heating pad
Another medicine kit
Zip tie strips
Spare bike keys
The back pack strapped by a bungee net
Same net holds two water bottles
Plastic cover over the above
Another bungee net to secure the plastic cover
Stuff in Medicine kit:
Band aids all sizes
Tabs for Cold, Antibiotics, Loose motion, Headache, fever, body pain, AMS, Acidity.
Antacid tabs and Lorenzes
Moov Pain relief spray
Pain relief gel
Glucose powder packet
Stuff in Toiletries:
Small hair bottle
SPF sun block
What i wore:
A set of undies!
Thick ankle high woodland shoes n sox!
Camera in a waist pouch
Knee pads inside pants
Goggles (in jacket pocket or on the face)
Cell Phone with headphones in shirt pocket along with spare cash
In the pants pockets:
Right pocket: Wallet
Left pocket: Hankey, Lip balm, pen drive, coins
Left knee pocket : Documents for easy access
Passport, Bike RC book, Insurance, Driving/Riding License,
Right Knee pocket: miscellaneous.
Stuff about panniers-
Custom made from Galvanized sheets.
A half centimeter cushion stuck inside and a black rexine leather stuck outside to reduce vibrations and metal flapping noise.
The caps open to the outside on both sides so that Cramster saddle bag can go in both the panniers. The idea is the let the saddle bag take most of the weight and the pannier be a metal cover carrying its own weight.
There are slits to the inside of the panniers to accommodate resting flap of the saddle bag, once the panniers are closed.
First mount point for the Right Pannier
Second mount point for Right pannier, resting on the silencer...
Looking inside, the nut screws right into the silencer...
Third mount point of Right pannier. A custome made metal tube in the place of Indicator socket.
First mount point of the Left pannier, Resting on Saree guard...
Second mount point of Left pannier. Metal fabricated piece welded to Saree guard and screwed to pannier...
Third mount point of Left pannier...
Since the Indicator socket is used up by the metal tubes to support the panniers and occupying its space, the Indicators move back and are fixed on the Number Plate.