37 More Tips For Your Epic US Motorcycle Road Trip

Safia Miletus

Safia is a thrill-seeking motorcycle nomad, travel blogger, aspiring photographer and artist. You can often find her shamelessly squealing over kitten pictures, probably camped at a truck stop in the middle of nowhere.

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  1. Jimmy Cruze says:

    Great tips…and I especially love #15! It’s good to push your limits once in a while. Try new things and explore new places. I recently went to Nicaragua on vacation despite the fact that most people in the US still have sort of a negative opinion about the country. I did a little research and found it to be safe so we just flew there, rented a truck and drove across half the country exploring. We found it to be one of the friendliest places we’ve ever visited and for sure one of the best vacations ever! (also very inexpensive) And lots of people there use motorcycles and scooters to get around so next time we’re going to rent bikes and do some touring.

  2. “30. Bring a kickstand pad! Sometimes you make have to park on softer surfaces.”

    I aboslutely agree with this one. My loaded Kawasaki Versys would try to plunge its kickstand down into the centre of the earth, and I had a wonderful balancing act while placing the kickstand puck under the kickstand, so I bought an inexpensive kickstand plate off of eBay.ca and now I can park on most surfaces without the puck.

    I found more variety on eBay.ca but I understand you like Amazon. 🙂

    https://www.amazon.ca/PRO-KODASKIN-Motorcycle-Kickstand-Extension-KAWASAKI/dp/B07219S5YJ/ref=sr_1_fkmr2_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1500564492&sr=8-1-fkmr2&keywords=kickstand+kawasaki+ninja+250+plate+pad

    • Yeah, I did almost all my purchasing off Amazon because I had free prime for a month hahahaha! I’m so glad I have the kickstand pad, I definitely wouldn’t be able to park my Ninja 250 in many places without it. Thank you for the link!

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