Keeping Dry Gear On Wet Trips
I have had this set up for a few years now and it works.
It's been road tested and keeps everything nice and dry
which is a load off your mind when the wet stuff tries
to find its way to soak everything you have. Keeps
morning dew off as well.
I can pack all this in one of the larger "American Camper"
water proof bags. A pair of jeans, T-shirt, socks and
boxers or briefs ( not shown for your safety ).
Then stack and fold them up in a square bundle. Place in the bag.
ends exposed. Put the Velcro ends together making sure they
are sealed up flat all the way across.
out and if for some reason you ride into a pond or
stream, at least you will have dry clothing to wait on the
Clothes, tent, sleeping bag, anything you wish to keep dry.
Roll the top down as tight as you can and clip the buckle ends
together. The buckle ends form a tight seal and a convenient
carrying handle. It fits very nicely on the storage rack or
Sissy bar. The bag is pretty tough and resists punctures
or road scuffing should it come loose. This keeps saddle bags
available for quick access for things like water, food, maps,
cameras and frog togs.
Got these above locally so these bags are older and still do the
trick but here is an online store with the same sort of bags.
Most camping and outdoor places should have what you need.