So yesterday I was 1 mile from my house when things felt a little "off" so I pulled over and check my tires and the rear one was looking rather flat. I noticed it right after I rode over some light rain lines but that might just be a coincidence. I was only 1 mile from my house so I chanced on riding it back very slowly and carefully as to not have to dump the bike on a busy street during rush hour. When I was at work I got it towed to my dealer who swapped both tires for me (I already had purchased replacements). They had 10,000 miles on them so I didn't feel so bad about changing them, and the tow was free with BMW's roadside assistance so they only downside was being late to work yesterday. People suggested I carry a "patch kit" but of course, the F800GS has tubed tires so I don't think they can be patched and pumped road side. Aside from: 1. Carrying everything one needs to physically remove the tire, take off the tire, replace the tube and put the tire back on, road side 2. Buying new wheels that support tubeless tires (We're talking $2000 here from Woody's Wheels or something) are there any options for tubed tire riders should we get a flat in a bad situation outside of cellular phone range?