Hunka Hunka Burning Love Posted July 3, 2016 Share Posted July 3, 2016 After reading about @edwin_rm's unfortunately incident with his KS16 - I was wondering whether people who go for super long rides think about travelling contingencies if something were to malfunction with their EUC during their trip. In some locations it's not as easy as calling AAA to give you a tow. I've enjoyed reading about people's 70 km commutes, but what would you do if you had a flat tire half way through your trip? Do you plan for any possible mishaps, or do most people just call on their cell phones for help? Say you're in a park many, many miles away from the nearest accessible road? If it takes about 8 hours to walk 20 miles, that would be a very long trek pushing a heavy EUC around... I guess though it's similar to what people on a bike would experience if they had a mechanical problem. They likely carry water, snacks, and supplies just in case. On a fast moving EUC it might be easier though to forget to pack survival supplies for those longer journeys? Are people who go on long trips prepared, and what do you bring? Say you have a serious faceplant and can't walk very well, do you bring bandages, painkillers, emergency supplies? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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