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Old 24th November 2013, 15:44   #46
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Default Re: Hyderabad to Leh on my Ninja 250

I think I did not carry anything more.
I carried one magnetic tank bag ( made in Italy ) purchased in Kuwait and one bag on the back seat which was a big one and one shoulder bag in which I carried all documents,cash,one video camera, one big pack of fried peanuts, two or three biscuit packets, one towel and soap. The bag on the back seat had its own polyethylene cover as an attachment which came of great use during rains. I did not stop in the rains , after a few kilometer riding I would get across the rain zone.

You will need a tank bag and good quality shoulder bag to carry a water bottle and biscuits. The mistake I did was that of not carrying any spares including even a clutch wire for my bike. Nothing happened but I was always worried because spares for Ninja were not available,including clutch wire.

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