[QUOTE=AlanCT;20676678]I have three stoves, which I like and use for different things.
Coleman 535 Dual fuel
Durable, controllable flame, can run on bike gas, parts available in any town if needed. A red plastic Folgers coffee can makes a perfect carrying case
Heavy and a bit bulky, but not a big deal on a bike.
I returned to using this dual fuel Coleman. Works in cold and hot weather. Not really that large on a bike. Look on Craigs list, usually 20 bucks and they throw in a gallon or two of Coleman fuel.
Coleman Exponent propane canister stove
Tiny, quick and simple to use. Great for fair weather backpacking or riding two-up when space is at a premium.
Works poorly in cold weather, canisters are expensive and not as easy to find.
Correct about not working in Cold. Reason I returned to 535 dual fuel stove. Big negative is Coleman stopped producing and selling the canisters. You buy an adapter for 25/30 bucks, but supply on adapter has dwindled. I also had the exponent lantern. Used same fuel. It was a fantastic light. But worthless as I have not found an alternate fuel.
Jet boil looks good but mainly for boiling water.