Cell Phone. If I come across an accident, I want to be able to call the proffesionals in rather than bumbling about trying to administer to an injured rider.
Elastic Ace BandageHerNWMajesty said:Possibly, while riding on the road, you might encounter a fallen rider, or worse, BE that fallen rider.
Some starter ideas:
Non-Aspirin pain releaver
Flashlight with batteries
Spare headlight bulb
Emergency list of phone numbers
I agree 100%. I emergency personal and medical history in the upper left pocket of my Aerostich. I've written on the flap of the pocket, "EMERGENCY INFORMATION THIS POCKET". It has information on medications I currently take, medications I am allergic to, names & phone numbers of my physicians, and emergency contact information to my husband. I keep the paper folded in a heavy-duty 'ziplock' to prevent damage from moisture. Fortunately I haven't had to use it yet.Rubble said:A card with emergency contacts, doctors name and number, allergies, prescrition meds etc. But really we should carry that with us at all times.
I'm with you. But my nine is a SIG. And I don't ride without it.niksfree said:Hmmm emergency kit for when Fema take control. I would pack a 9mm glock, ammunition, an AK47 plus ammunition and to be on the safe side fill the top box with ammo/hand reloader. Ration packs and water in the back pack to supplement what,s available on the trip to a safe haven lol oops I think I should be talking about packing for a majesty ride through safe America, bugger the first list will do and as an Aussie I would have a tunnel bags and panniers full of ice and tinnies of VB. to get past the roadblocks with ease.. hehehehe.
Just remember to also carry your CCW. When my husband was run over on the freeway by a careless cager he had a heck of a time explaining to the CHP officer the loaded .357 in the holster. He was riding alone and the accident was an hour from our home. The CHP had to trust that my husband was a retired police officer and held on to it for safekeeping. Obviously, he wasn't going to be allowed to carry in the ambulance or the hospital. Luckily, I was able to contact the officer after arrival to the hospital...and then he had to hand it to a lady who does not have a CCW to take home. It was an interesting night.I'm with you. But my nine is a SIG. And I don't ride without it.