I posted this in a Tips topics yesterday, would like to see other MB's "Traveling bags" of tools, what you carry and how you attach them to the bike. Using the bag, which at one time carried a collapsible umbrella (a Goodwill score), I bring along: 10/11 mm boxwrench (color coded for easy grabbing) adjustable wrench for the 15mm bolts needlenose Allen assortment (high dollar bike item/very useful) (2) of the GEBE 4-1 tools for flat tires repair/gear switching 6-1 screwdriver Duct tape on a pencil. White Lithium grease for the GEBE driveshaft On the back of the basket, in the larger carrypack on the left I have a slime tube, extra belt, extra drive shaft, extra gear/nuts/bolts/zipties in a baggy. In the smaller carrypack on the right I have the bottle of 2 cycle oil (which I measure out by the capful on the road "mixing") and a 12cc syringe, which could either measure the oil exactly OR to apply a little 2 cycle oil on a squeeky part, subbing for sewing machine oil/WD 40 in a crunch. The Toolkit fits under the main frame brace, then the saddlebags (with pocketknife/scissors etc) drape over it, and the tent sits atop with the tent poles down near the pedals, but the tools can be grabbed without unloading the whole load. Most of the traveling "weight" is on my bikes frame, not in my basket or in my backpack. My tirepump temporarilly is in the basket, but I need to mount it somewhere handier and out of the way, probably ziptied under my basket since I have had zero luck finding a decent air mattress for traveling, and don't have flats with my super duper tire/tube modifications. PLEASE put your Road Kit downthread, by the end of the Topic we may have THE MOTHER OF ALL SECURITY BLANKETS for safe traveling. Note to GEBE'rs- I've never traveled using the newest engines/with the new mount, so a final tool I'll carry is a Sear's Craftsman 3/8" drive and 4mm Allen on a socket, in case I have to remove the engine. $5 is what is cost me, never used it, took 5 tries to find it, & only Sears had it.