Five Motocamping Tips for Beginners: Motorcycle Camping Tips to Improve Your Moto Camping Experience

Just starting out in the world of motocamping and looking for beginner motorcycle camping tips? These five pieces of moto camping advice will help ensure your trip is a successful and enjoyable one. Whether you’re a true motocamping beginner or you have a few trips under your belt, this advice is sure to help you plan your trip and put your mind at ease about common motocamping worries like your motorcycle camping gear, where to go motocamping, how to find firewood, and more!

When motocamping, you quickly learn that you need less moto camping gear than you think you will. It’s important to take note of what you use and what you don’t so you can make a good list of what motocamping gear to bring with you on the next trip. It’s also important to plan your trip ahead and know all about your destination. Backpacking gear is great for motocamping, but you don’t have to buy super expensive stuff.

00:00 Introduction
01:13 You Need Less Stuff Than You Think
03:25 Plan Ahead/Make a List
04:42 Start Small
06:19 Backpacking Gear is Great for Motocamping, but You Don’t Need The Super Expensive Stuff
08:30 Research Your Destination: Know What’s Available Nearby

Motocamping Gear List:
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Tough Outdoors XL Sleeping Bag:
Kelty Gunnison II Tent:
Plastic Plate and Dining Kit:
Trekology Backpacking Chair:
InReach Explorer (now made by Garmin):
Wealers Backpacking Pillow:
Desantis Intruder Holster for Glock:
Ozark Trail Hydration Pack:
Robert Jordan Wheel of Time Series:
Nintendo Switch Console:
8oz Metal Flask:
Fiskars X7 Hatchet:
Yes4All Hammock:
Husky Tool Bag:
Firesteel w/Striker:
Energizer Headlamp:
Mora Bushcraft Black:
Starbucks Via Instant Coffee:
Fatwood Stick Fire Starter:
Klymit Static V Sleeping Pad:
Stainless Steel Coffee Cup:
Moobibear LED Lantern:
Backpacking Stove (similar, not identical):
Metal Backpacking Utensils:
Ozark Trail 40L Dry Bag:

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