Nuke this thread if it exists, but I wanted to see all of your trail fixes and what you did to get the bike moving again. Here are a couple of mine: Sheared footpeg somewhere in the Wasatch... The fix: Vise Grips. Rode them this way to a machine shop in Green River, WY for more than 200 miles. I never ride without a Vise Grips. My buddy's broken rack (my cold welds) on the White Rim. The fix: If you can't fix it with duct tape or bailing wire, parachute cord is your next best bet. My buddy Seth with the fix on his KLR. What do you do when you're on your 4th flat of the day and out of tubes and patches? Cut an old tube, use some RTV and finish with electric tape Tube held air, not only for the ride home, but for the next 2 weeks while new tubes were being aquired. Another flat close to Clint's Well, AZ. This one was so big, the gnarled internal bead of the tire kept popping the new tube. Had to hitch hike to town and pick up the bike in a buddy's truck the next day. No big fixes here, but the road to Alejandro's, Baja Mex rattled 9 fasteners lose (all treated with red Loctite prior). This is the workshop palapa.