Went on a ride on Sunday where a rider went down. Had to utilize my first aid kit to tend to some of the injuries. Given the nature of our hobby here, and I haven't seen this information posted before, I thought I'd share my insights on what should be included in a first aid kit/first responder kit for bikers. We're limited on room compared to a cager so I did some thinking on this as having supplies there on hand when a spill does happen may make a difference. 1. non latex rubber gloves 2. sterile gauze pads 2x2, 4x4 and 6x6. 3. medical tape 4. vet wrap (see below) 5. compression wrap 6. compression bandage 7. splint 8. alcohol wipes 9. Neosporin 10. scissors/shears 11. quick clot 12. band aids 13. tweezers 14. instant ice pack 15. Tylenol/aspirin/alieve/advil 16. Iodine tabs 17. Moleskin 18. saline solution 19. Benadryl 20. Glucose/candy My first aid kit was lacking and I wished I'd had some of the stuff I listed above. Thankfully, the injuries of the rider were non-life threatening. The rider went down and received abrasions on his knees and lower legs. He took a hit on his helmet and his side. I put vet wrap on the list as it would serve very well to maintain pressure and bandages on areas such as knees where joints make standard medical tape worthless. Vet wrap is a very flexible material that holds bandages well and is impervious to water. The rider also cracked two ribs though he didn't feel it or show any signs of it at the scene. Given how potentially dangerous our hobby is, we should all carry a first aid kit on our motorcycles. The above is my list of what is in mine now. Any suggestions for things I've missed or should consider would be appreciated. What really got me was that out of all of us only a couple of us had first aid kits.