1,000 mile ride? That's like three tanks full.. you should have zero issues, unless you plan on riding some BDR or other rough roads and even then... As others mentioned, there are no weird fasteners on this bike, aside from the swing arm castellated nut. I carry way too many tools to make any recommendations. I mostly love carrying it for peace of mind, and rarely if ever pull the tool roll out while out riding, more often to help others. The truly essential kit should contain a 12 VDC tire inflation compressor, a set of quality tire plug - string type - and the T handle tool for inserting these in the tire. A leatherman and a headband flashlight just in case you have an issue after dark. Other than that? A roll of tape, maybe few fuses, bunch of electrical zip ties.. you can keep adding but unless you have your kit already put together, the Stelvio is pretty bare bones metric everything. Some sockets up to 17 mm size, and Allen keys should suffice. The OEM kit I think already has a spark plug tool, but it's been very long since I looked at it. The front axle nut is 30 mm but there's one Stelvio inmate who makes a pretty neat and small one available here (or I believe at AF1 Racing).