Motorcycle Kitchen Gear Checklist: A Must-Have Guide
Just because you're traveling on your motorcycle and you're far from the comfort of your home kitchen, doesn't mean you shouldn't dine well.
You can bring with you some cooking items which will enable you to prepare your favorite meal or a cup of coffee away from home.
Even better, these cooking gear won't overload your motorcycle.
In the following guide, we'll let out the complete list of essential motorcycle kitchen gear to take with you on your next motorcycle camping trip.
The Complete Motorcycle Kitchen Gear Checklist:
We'll categorize the cooking gear into various categories for a more organized list…
1. Food preparation and cooking gear
These are basically the items you'll need to prepare and cook your food while out there. They include:
Optional cooking and preparation you might also consider adding to your gear list include camp grill, grill rack, coffee maker, saw/ax, aluminum foil, measuring cups, mixing bowls, measuring spoons, camp tables, kitchen organizer unit, griddle, Dutch oven and lid lifter.
2. Serving and eating gear
After preparing your favorite meal by the roadside and it's ready, you'll need a set of times for serving and eating. These include:
TIP: Consider putting these bowls and plates in the cooking pot for easy carry.
3. Cleaning supplies
From preparing to enjoying your meal, you'll have littered not only the spot you're cooking on but also your dishes. For this reason, you'll need some cleaning supplies to do your dishes and clean your surroundings.
4. Kitchen storage items
Lastly, you'll need some storage gear to complete your motorcycle kitchen gear checklist.
Some of the most essential storage gear include:
Which food supplies Should You Bring for Motorcycle Trip?
Now that you've got the complete list of the essentials items to take with you on a long motorcycle trip, you'd be wondering what types of food supplies are ideal for motorcycle trips/camping.
Firstly, you should pack your food supplies depending on your travel plans.
Secondly, you should consider carrying foods that are slow to perish to ensure they last throughout your camping period. You can supplement these foods with some perishable ingredients as necessary.
Here's our list of some essentials you might consider carrying:
NOTE: The above list of food is simply based on our suggestions. You can always tailor the list to remove/add food items of your liking.
If you've been feeling confused about the right cooking items to bring you with to your upcoming long motorcycle trip, this guide will help solve your problem.
We have outlined an extensive list of motorcycle kitchen setup gear you need to take with you to allow you to prepare your favorite meal, a cup of coffee, etc., while away from home.
Note that we have divided the list into cooking and preparation gear, serving/eating items, cleanup gear, and storage gear to make it easy for you to comprehend.
We have also offered you a suggestion list of the suitable types of foods you can carry to your trips and the foods to avoid.
Note that this list isn't limited. You can add more items that you feel you'll need when traveling with your motorbike. You can also remove some items from the list that you feel if you don't think you'll need them.
Always remember to pack light and compact items to avoid overloading your motorcycle.
Enjoy your trip!