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Possibly, while riding on the road, you might encounter a fallen rider, or worse, BE that fallen rider.
Some starter ideas:
  • Gauze
    Bandages
    Alcohol wipes
    Aspirin
    Non-Aspirin pain releaver
    Ibuprofen tablets
    Antibiotic ointment
    Bandage scissors
    Sterile dressing
    Flashlight with batteries
    Spare headlight bulb
    Cell phone
    Emergency list of phone numbers

What else?
 

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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.

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A card with emergency contacts, doctors name and number, allergies, prescrition meds etc. But really we should carry that with us at all times.

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HerNWMajesty said:
Possibly, while riding on the road, you might encounter a fallen rider, or worse, BE that fallen rider.
Some starter ideas:
  • Gauze
    Bandages
    Alcohol wipes
    Aspirin
    Non-Aspirin pain releaver
    Ibuprofen tablets
    Antibiotic ointment
    Bandage scissors
    Sterile dressing
    Flashlight with batteries
    Spare headlight bulb
    Cell phone
    Emergency list of phone numbers

What else?
Elastic Ace Bandage
Sanitary Napkin Pads ( they really soak up the blood)
Betadine or Alcohol Liquid
Emergency Reflective Blanket (get in camping store or Target)
***Disposable Gloves***
2-3 Zip lock bags

Janine
 

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A card with emergency contacts, doctors name and number, allergies, prescrition meds etc. But really we should carry that with us at all times.
Dave
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.
 

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Just picked up a first-aid kit to carry on longer rides.

Two items impressed me, so, I doubled up on those;

Instant cold compress...$1.57 @ Target

Emergency space blanket...$1.99 Will come in handy combined with my fleece 50 degree sleeping bag [Target $14.99]...hey, it's tiny, and with a self-inflating pad under, and a mylar cover if necessary, it should fit the bill.

Other items: Flashlight. Backup flashlight. Batteries.

Bike items: Duct tape. Ride-on tyre compound [ in tyres] Plug kit and air pump.

Rider items: Plexus screen cleaner. Spare helmet screen or spare goggles. Rain squeegee for finger. Fog-Tech liquid.
 

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Some good ideas in the kits. For a flashlight, I recommend the type with a crank generator in them so it never needs batteries. Usually, you can find them at a truck stop.
 

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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.
 

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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.
I'm with you. But my nine is a SIG. And I don't ride without it.

Here in FL we can have our emergency numbers linked to our DL numbers so that LE can access the info if we can't provide it due to our injuries.
 

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I always keep a $10 bill in the glove compartment. There are far too many times I leave home without my wallet.
 

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This is a GREAT topic. There were some things I hadn't thought of putting in my kit that I have gleaned from this topic; extra money, emergency numbers, and list of medications I take, so THANK YOU members!

I always carry a soft pack First-Aid kit and have added to it:

Sunblock
Small Emergency First Aid Book
Extra Sterile Latex type gloves
I usually have at least one bottled water on board

Happy Riding!
 

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I carry $20 in the plastic box (little waterproof thing) I keep my registration and insurance papers in. Emergency gas money. One of those "crankup" flashlights. Little tub of Cat Crap Antifog. Charger for my cell phone (in fact the phone is normally plugged in).

The lid to a wide-mouth jar is always in my glovebox--works well as a puck for parking on asphalt or in unpaved areas.
 

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I'm with you. But my nine is a SIG. And I don't ride without it.
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.
 

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If I have my DL, I have my other license. They are together in my little card holder. :)
 
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