October 14, 2017

How to Fold Roll Your Clothes Compactly for a Motorcycle Trip | Biker Clothes Pack | Biker Podcast

How to Fold Roll Your Clothes Compactly for a Motorcycle Trip | Biker Clothes Pack | Biker Podcast

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VIDEO & BLOG-Have you ever wondered how to properly fold/roll your clothes in a compact way before taking that next motorcycle trip? Do you want to save room in your saddle bags, trunk, or T-bag? Well, in this video I answer all those questions. This is an absolute must see video for all motorcyclists/bikers and is completely free from your friends here at Law Abiding Biker Podcast & Media! I just went on a seven day motorcycle trip and would have loved to know this trick!

ALSO, CHECK OUT ANOTHER COMPLETELY FREE TUTORIAL VIDEO FROM LAW ABIDING BIKER PODCAST & MEDIA ON HOW TO FOLD/ROLL YOUR CHAPS INTO A COMPACT AND EASY TO STORE “CHAP PACK”!
I learned this technique and it had nothing to do with bikers. In fact, it was some crummy video on some social media site with a mother packing her son’s swim bag. A light bulb (not often for me) went off and I just knew that I needed to get this out to bikers/motorcyclists. I wanted to share it with the awesome law abiding biker community, who has been so supportive of this platform.

As bikers/motorcylists we all know how precious room is when packing clothes for a long motorcycle trip. So, any technique we can learn that can help us get organized and save room is a must!

In this video I show you how to fold a T-shirt, underwear, & socks into what I now call the “Law Abiding Biker Clothes Pack”. You can make one of these compact bundles for each day of your trip. Or maybe you wear the same underwear the entire motorcycle trip. Who am I to judge? So, you wake in the morning, grab your next “clothes pack”, and BAM-you have fresh underwear, socks, and T-shirt! And you saved a ton of room in your motorcycle bags.

Additionally, after you wear the clothes in each “clothes pack” and they are dirty, you can fold/roll them back up into the “clothes pack” and put them in a different place, thus still saving room.

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Comments

Foothillz soldier

Hell yeah just used this last weekend I was even able roll my deodorant, toothpaste/brush and cologne in one of the rolls.

Dakota Embree

I love this idea. Random question why do you have a 1% patch tattoo on your wrist.

Just4FunDslee1

This is one of the best tips i have seen yet for packing up the bike thanks for sharing

John Hughes

really-really found to be helpful

Afiq 95

Thank you Mate.. :) Very useful.. I always go for a ride

Max Gascoine

I just used it to pack a 10 day trip

aDJ

Thanks!!!It helped me with my family trip for two days and it is such a good initiative to let people know how to use less storage in their backpacks…video liked

Mike Miller

Man….that is clever!

pim1234

Great tip !

Dude13450

Now quick question: what if you don't use crew/tube socks? I tend to use no show / ankle socks, so would I just role them up inside with the underwear and then use a couple rubber bands or something to tie it closed?

Heather Ethridge

as an avid backpacker and daytripper, I love this!; thanks Ryan!!

Nick Amato

wish I would have watched this before I went to biketoberfeast in Daytona could have fit more in my bag, great video!

Bob Marley

good trick . I have  a 42lt top case on my  work horse . I carry inside it a small sports  bag  with shoulder strap .in the main compartment I carry a 2 piece wet suit rolled tight legs in first then jacket in a zip close cosmetics bag I also carry a pair of snow boarding trousers rolled up and tied with a shoe lace I set it up so its easy open . in there I also carry a road map bottle of  drinking water and half a toilet roll good for cleaning the visor   plus either a clear or black visor in a helmet bag fleece neck tube spare socks and bike gloves if I like in case mine get wet and head harness led flash light . in the side pocket I carry a steel cable and pad lock a few tools fuses cable ties insulating tape spare front break and clutch leavers in another small  zip close bag in the other side I carry a micro fleece sweater and some pain  killers just in case . when on the road I can bring home some grocers o rwhat ever by transferring heavy items  from the bag  along with heavy items like a case of beer or cartons of milk or a sack of potatoes  then  wear the  sports bag  over my shoulder .

thepowersportschanne

Great and timely video

101southsideboy

this also good for any kinds of trips .In fact when I  used to be a long haul trucker my then partner taught me that trick that way when I went to change sock t shirt under pants all I had to was grab one bundle  vs  digging out socks t shirt and  under pants

Eric Olson

This is outstanding, particularly if you arent planning on wearing pants!

chevydad83

used this method on a 5 day 2500 mile ride. Got everything i wanted into a backpack with room to spare.

DudeWithAnAccent

First time I've seen a skivvy roll was about 15 years ago at Marine Corps boot camp!  The good old days…

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