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The title says pretty much what I wanted to know. Now that I have this awesome bike where do you put the little things you have to carry on the bike? Thought of buying a stash tube but they are a little spendy so I am asking the good folk here for suggestions.

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how about your wallet..?

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Thats where it's at now I don't to keep it there or have to remember to grab it when I want to ride the bike. I would prefer to keep it on the bike that way it's always there.

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how about your wallet..?
Along w/my license and my $.

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The title says pretty much what I wanted to know. Now that I have this awesome bike where do you put the little things you have to carry on the bike? Thought of buying a stash tube but they are a little spendy so I am asking the good folk here for suggestions.

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If you have a tool bag, you could put your MC related documents in a zip-lock baggie and keep them in the bag. As for the tool bag's expense, they can be had for a little over $30:
http://www.foxcreekleather.com/luggage_toolbags...and Fox Creek's products are made here in America.

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Never, never, never keep an insurance card and registration on/in a vehicle. Put them in your wallet. If a vehicle gets stolen, what's the perp going to show if pulled over? Get the picture? While on the subject of wallets; Never, never, never sit on yours. Ask any Chiropractor or Orthopedic Surgeon why. And do you REALLY need everything you've stuffed into it? OK, lecture over. Smoke 'em if you got 'em.
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Seems the wallet is the popular choice here but since I'm not supposed to sit on one that poses the question of where to keep the wallet and wasn't wanting to put a tool roll or anything like the lines of the bike to much guess I will be looking into a mesh riding jacket for summer then and just keep it there.

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Seems the wallet is the popular choice here but since I'm not supposed to sit on one that poses the question of where to keep the wallet and wasn't wanting to put a tool roll or anything like the lines of the bike to much guess I will be looking into a mesh riding jacket for summer then and just keep it there.
Mesh jacket - great choice on many levels. Good thinking IMO.

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I have a little peal and stick plastic envelop that I Attached inside the pop off side panels. I also have a digital card on my phone.


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I was leaning in that direction as well thinking of making a little pocket out of plastic and epoxying it to the inside of the side cover.

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