One of my saddlebags is always full with emergency stuff. I go overboard as I have the room to do it. I bought a small medical kit, (band aids, oilment, ace bandage, etc.) which in the saddlebag. Other items include: full rain suit, assorted tools (few wrenches: 8,10, 10,11,12 14), adjustable wrench, vise grips, couple screw drivers, electric tape, piece on electric wire, assorted fuses, multi folding tool that has knives on it), zip ties, rubber gloves, towels, piece of fuel line, spark plug, bailing wire (yes the type from a hay bail), some bungy cords, assorted nuts and bolts, small Atlas, plastic bags and a change of socks (I hate wet feet), quart of oil, kick stand puck. I think that's all. It all fits in one saddlebag. Yes, it's overkill. The cool thing is that in the past 5 years that I've had the 1100, except for rainsuit nothing has been used on my bike. Many times I've repaired other people's bike while on the road. They always think I'm a nut (which I am) when they see me start digging into my saddlebag, until I get them on the road. Except for a flat tire (which I have removed on side of road before) or a really major failure I can get your bike running. As you can tell I've ridden some really unreliable bikes in the past. Yes, I was a boy scout waaaay back when, actually an Eagle Scout.
2001 Vstar 1100 Classic (sold), Cobra Slash Cut full exhaust, Dropped 1 inch with lowering links, ORK, 4.5 inch handlebar risers, Ultimate passenger seat, Passenger pegs moved forward 4 inches, Handlebar clock, KN air filter, Viking saddlebags, Additional rear lighting
Loose nut "me" behind the bars
2006 Harley Electra Glide Ultra Classic