I have a Husky 701 that I will be taking on the back of the motor home and touring around the SW. AZ, TX, NM, UT, NV, CA. I'm just looking to do day trips on the MC (mostly off-road), but I will be solo, and want to be prepared in case I have to spend a night out in the cold, or break down with the AZ sun beating down on me. I have an inreach and a wife at the other end (provided she has cell reception). She has a Jeep and knows how to drive it (has done Fins and Things in Moab). Obviously the weather can vary greatly depending on the time of year, so I want have everything I need to cover both hot and cold rides and swap out gear accordingly. I won't be riding if the overnight temp are much below freezing and I won't be riding if the daytime highs are much above 90. Lets break this down into five categories. Keep in mind I'm trying to keep my kit as small and light as reasonable. It has to pack down into a total of less than 60 liters. 30L on the bike and 30L on my back (excluding the rotopak full of water). (1) Tools (2) Navigation (3) Cold weather overnight survival (4) Hot weather/desert survival (5) First Aid I feel I have a pretty good idea on (2) as I've been riding solo (mostly enduro) in the rocky mountains for 8 years. For tools (on the bike) I'll be bringing. 12v air compressor Tire plugs/repair kit (I run tubliss on the 701). Tow strap Lots of big zip ties Bailing wire Duct tape Flashlight Headlamp Maybe a small tool kit with some basic interchangeable sockets Fuel filter x 3 Schrader valves and tool Navigation Garmin GPS with powered cradle Paper maps of the area along with a compass iphone with powered usb port Inreach Cold weather survival gear (one or two nights) Matches/lighter/fire steel/fire starters Silky 210mm folding saw Mora robust knife Super light weight/small down sleeping bag Sleeping pad Gore-tex bivy First Aid Blood clotting pack Bandages x4 Gauze pad x4 Aluminum splint x2 Tourniquet Super glue Latex gloves Water purification tablets Electrolyte tablets Sunscreen Chap stick Hot weather Wide brimmed hat 1 gallon Rotopax filled with ice & cold water 3 liter camelbak Some sort of shade/shelter (not sure what) Clothes to change into if I break down (not sure what) I haven't covered food here, but obviously I will be bringing enough of that to last me a day or two. Same with riding gear. I will wear gear for the temps I will be riding in and bring a gore-tex jacket and gloves etc in case of rain. Aside, from the the tools and first aid, I'll be tailoring my pack to the conditions/climate. I'm not expecting to pack everything listed on every ride lol. I didn't mention fuel, but my 701 has an auxiliary tank (Rade Garage) for a total of 4.7 gallons. I appreciate any comments, suggestions, incite and personal experiences.