Butt Lite to-do list
This is a list of things I MUST have done before the Butt Lite 2000
- Get extra insurance
ButtLite riders must carry liability coverage of at least $100,000 per person/$300,000 per
accident (U.S.) Proof of insurance (and liability limits for ButtLite riders) will be required,
in the form of an original Proof of Insurance Card from your insurance company or a certified copy of
the Declarations Sheet of the policy itself.
- Get my passport done.
- Get my fuel filter changed
- Figure out how I'm going to deal with the boys while you're gone.
- Get maps from Dept of Tourism for ALL 49 states, and check on Canadian Provinces, or at least a new
Rand McNally Atlas.
- Get new Dunlop K491 Elite's mounted at some point in early August 2000.
This is a list of things that would make my life easier
- Get fuel cell, and get it mounted
- I'm looking at one of the following cells:
- Mount a Givi 50L topcase. (Really makes storing riding gear easier).
- Mount auxilary lights. (Already ordered the BMW aux light kit).
- Get a GPS, and get it mounted. I've pretty much decided on a Garmin GPS III+, but we'll see.
- Get CB/FM/Weather radio setup and mounted. Midland makes one of these for marine use that is pretty cool.
- Get headset of some sort into helmet.
- Get a laptop for route planning.
And of course, my pack list for the rally
- Polaroid and LOTS of film. At least 6 packs.
- Mag lite.
- cell phone, power cord, and adapter.
- MAPS (GPS or not, I want decent maps) .
- Spare rain suit.
- 7 pair skivvies.
- 10 pair socks.
- 10 T-shirts (mixed long & short sleeve).
- at least 3 pair jeans.
- non-riding shoes.
- toletries kit.
And my toolkit
- Standard BMW toolkit.
- hacked up (but functional) air compressor.
- spare clutch cable.
- spare throttle cable.
- siphon hose doohickey.
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