Bike - try to choose something hardy that can go up a mountain and cracked roads and with a central hollow and space for rack on back Van Gogh tent blow up roll mats and a light fleece / something that's not a sleeping bag All Purpose soap Knife (cheaper one i've got) passports + health cards money - work out all currencies for each country map + a map i draw chargers - can we charge as we drive ? very few clothes - can be washed with the all purpose soap underwear - although not much as we can double up with swimmers a lot (I love you) a book each to write in (or 2) a few pens and paints swimmers towel (kakoi / kagool) go pro (gotta happen) Nuts / small amounts of food (and watermelon) soon to buy Louis camera (with micro lens also) ! helmets driving clothes - jeans or something thicker fleece something waterproof sunglasses water bottles - i've got some and camelback? hats scarves mini speaker potentially camping cooking equipment! - Scottie has some says Louis climbing shoes!!!!!!!! and chalk !! some bike bag to keep all this stuff in water shoes A couple of silly phones u + me suncream (after sun) reading material
3. Preparing for your CBT course Your trainer can stop your compulsory basic training (CBT) course if your basic knowledge of The Highway Code and traffic signs isn’t good enough for you to ride safely. You need to know: the main rules that apply to moped and motorcycle riders what other road users are likely to do You can be charged again to retake the course if your trainer stops your training because you aren’t prepared. You can buy the guide to learning to ride to help you prepare. You can also buy it from high street and online book shops. 4. What to take to your course Take your UK driving licence to your training course. What you need to wear You must wear: a motorcycle helmet that meets British safety standards (unless you’re Sikh and wearing a turban) - check if the training school will provide one motorcycle boots or other sturdy footwear that supports and protects your ankles textile or leather motorcycle trousers or heavy denim trousers a textile or leather motorcycle jacket or a heavy denim jacket with several layers underneath motorcycle gloves Your course can be stopped and you can be charged to take it again if you don’t wear suitable clothing.