Motorcycle Touring

Invite your biker girl for a romantic camping dating.

Motorcycle touring and camping is one of the most exciting and enjoyable activities for biker dating. Two bikers prepare things they will need for a touring together and ride their motorcycle to a beautiful campsite where two motorcycle riders can talk freely, walk on the path, have a cup of coffee and cook for each other. What makes motorcycle camping a great idea for biker dating is that it can create lifelong memories for two bikers who are in love and allow two bikers to enjoy the nature. Here are some practical tips to help biker couples to make their motorcycle camping less chaotic and more enjoyable.

1. How to choose a camping tent that will last during your motorcycle touring
Speaking of gear, motorcycle riders must be familiar with. Choosing camping gear is as important as choosing riding gear, which are both significant to offer yourselves a better experience. A tent likely to be the most important and expensive piece of camping gear biker purchase for the motorcycle touring. There are a few questions for bikers to think about? How much space do you want? What tent shape do you want? What extra features do you want? Remember that a crappy tent may have you packing up early and stop your touring dating with a biker if there is rain.

2. How to sleep well in a tent on the half way of your motorcycle touring
Sleeping well in the tent under the stars will give motorcycle riders a refreshing start. First, bikers should purchase themselves sleeping bags and a sleeping pad which can not only provide a comfortable surface to lie on, but also help them keep warm. Find a flat and sheltered ground to put up the tent. Avoid low lying area where water may collect and ground full of rocks, sticks and other debris. In consideration of sleeping more comfortable, choose a tent that is one size larger than required.

3. How to make homemade bug spray
Be bit by mosquitoes when camping outside is the most annoying thing to motorcycle riders. They were super swollen and itchy. Research shows that what attracts mosquitoes is the odorant that we put out. And it is different from one to another. Here is a recipe to make homemade bug spray that is provided by a camper who has proved that it can work. It is made of 1/4 cup of Witch Hazel, 1/4 teaspoon of Citronella Essential Oil, 1/4 teaspoon of Lemon Eucalyptus Essential Oil and 1/4 teaspoon of Lemon Grass Essential Oil. Measure and pour into a small spray bottle. Bikers can make it at home before the day for camping dating and remember to shake before use.