OK, we'll call you prepared then. Gotta see pics though.Dave,
A group of three people goes on a 75 miler for Saturday. My brother on his Trance E+ is self supporting. Now, my Vado and Vado SL will be ridden. The pannier 1 contains essentials for the "mechanical" group's safety, and its rider's personal stuff. Pannier #2 contains a spare Vado battery, repair essentials for that e-bike, and personal stuff such as beverages and snacks. Now, there might be a third pannier with a DSLR camera...
Great EDC! Nicely done!You Asked for This, @DaveMatthews!
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My EDC (for Vado SL only; I select another inner tube and spare master-links for my Vado 5.0).
I would love to carry more tools, for instance pliers, adjustable wrench, Phillips screwdriver etc but don't because of excessive weight. What I'm missing in the EDC is a set of large nitrile gloves.
- Set of full size hex wrenches (10 mm one removed: never used, heavy)
- Inner tube
- Two tyre levers (who would ever need three of them?)
- MTB mini-pump
- Liquid soap for re-setting a tyre on the rim
- Chain tool
- Master-link pliers
- Spare master-links for 10-speed chain
- A sharp foldable knife.
I've had the one shown in the photo for ages and from time to time have had to replenish it.
mymedic.com sells a small cycling-specific first aid kit. Currently on sale for US $13.47.
good post.mymedic.com sells a small cycling-specific first aid kit. Currently on sale for US $13.47.
Subtitle Med Pack Description A compact and portable all-in-one First Aid solution for common bike injuries. Use as a grab-and-go kit, or use as a supplemental module to boost your first aid kit or bug-out bag! Recommended by medical professionals and patients Designed for cyclists, by cyclists...mymedic.com