Enduro is all about going the distance. To do that, you’ll need to pack some spare parts and tools to keep you going no matter what challenges you face along the way. To make packing easy, we’ve created a checklist you can use when preparing for your enduro ride. This is not an exhaustive list, and every rider is unique in what they want and need to bring along, but this checklist provides a great foundation. No matter what you choose to carry, make sure that it’s not going to injure or irritate you during your ride or if you fall.
Enduro Spare Parts and Tools Checklist
In waist bag or backpack:
☐ Basic tool set (the right size wrenches for your bike to allow you to remove and adjust wheels, a chain, a few common size nuts and bolts, etc.)
☐ Spark plug
☐ Duct tape
☐ Zip ties or safety wire (can also be stored under your headlight mask’s straps)
☐ Paper towels for cleaning goggles
☐ 2-stroke oil (for 2-strokers only, of course)
☐ Clutch, brake lever, shifter (can be taped or tied under the seat of the air filter box)
☐ Towing strap
☐ Epoxy glue
In camel pack:
Leave in trailer or van:
☐ Additional tools
Click here to download a printable (PDF) version of this checklist.
Are there any spare parts and tools you think should be added to the list? Tell us in the comments below.