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camper27 25 Oct 2010 10:47

What Works
 
This is a list of the gear that really works and tricks that help.

kentbiker 25 Oct 2010 11:54

Quote:

Originally Posted by camper27 (Post 310183)
This is a list of the gear that really works and tricks that help.

OK, so where is it? :innocent:
Geoff

Baron Bolton 25 Oct 2010 13:25

I'll kick things off..
 
I'll start with some stuff that worked really well for us, on an 18 month RTW trip:

Marmot Aeros 3P tent - Big, very light and small, easy to put up/down, waterproof
Coleman dual fuel stove - Fantastic bit of kit. Only down side is difficult to set to a low heat.
The North Face snowshoe sleeping bag - Warm and washable, but bulky

camper27 26 Oct 2010 01:30

Well obvioulsly that didn't work
 
This is a list of the gear that really works and tricks that help.

romeo one 10 Nov 2010 19:05

I`ve really gleened a lot of information from this post.


Have another go camper27. beerjeiger

Redmurty 13 Nov 2010 17:26

kit
 
I use Halvarssons jacket and trousers, 10 days in rain in Scotland in September I was bone dry. C3 helmet most comfortable helmet I have ever had. Jack Wolfskin 3 man tent never let me down. Sleeping bag Canadian military with bivi bag excellent. Altberg boots 15 years old still going strong never leaked. Ride a Tiger 955i 4 years + never missed a beat.

cheers Spud :wink3:

oldbmw 13 Nov 2010 22:33

Camper27

You don't by any chance work for Mickysoft Craporation helplines do you?

DAVSATO 14 Nov 2010 13:58

copy and paste, thats all you need to know on these poxy things.

camper27, just pretend the idea was everyone posts their own lists mate, works for me.

my tip; if the twatnav says a mileage for a route, add at least 25% to it for petrol planning purposes. my garmin zumo is consistently wrong in that department, dont know if tomtoms are similar.

dlh62c 14 Nov 2010 17:07

It a Nutshell.
 
Keep It Simple!

Keep It Lite!

Pack It Low!

Pack It Tight!

daryl


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