15 Weird Hobbies that’ll Make You Better at Motorcycle Adventures

Are you planning a day or two-week biking ride? Are you concerned about what you might do to pass the time? Here is a list of few hobbies you can pick up on your adventurous long or short road trip.


We, at Siima MotoWear have done our research and we present you with fifteen weird hobbies that will make you better at motorcycle adventures:


  1. Eating at odd times

  2. Trading valuables

  3. DIY

  4. Spontaneity

  5. Hydration

  6. Out-of-the-box thinking

  7. Learning about your bike

  8. Social responsibility

  9. Hearing Protection

  10. Read roadside signs

  11. Do nothing

  12. Learning to network

  13. Ride at night

  14. Journaling

  15. Scrapbooking



1. Eating at odd times


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We all have a set time to eat meals. Lunch is set at noon or in the afternoon, and dinner is set at 6 pm or late evening. However, if you are on a biking tour, you can eat whenever you want and try different cuisines. There is no set schedule.






2. Trading valuables


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You can hide your valuables, such as watches and keys, and wallets, by taping them together or using a zip tie so everything stays in one place. Some bikers even trade keys with long-term biking companions. Trading valuables require mountains of trust which does not come easy.


3. DIY


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You are not going to travel with a trunk full of clothes on biking tours. Stuffing clothes and belongings in a saddlebag is a great technique to keep your possessions dry. Trash bags, when doubled, are incredibly beneficial for storing clothes for bikers all around the world.


4. Spontaneity


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When you are nearing the end of the biker trip, you can push through the last stop and travel to the far side of the following city as a quick getaway. You will experience different landscapes and local hospitality by doing so. Itwill definitely be one for the diary or your blog.


5. Hydration


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Riding through desolate tours is not possible without hydration. The humid weather and the driving under the scorching sun do not help bike riding. Carrying a hydration outlet on your backpack prepares you for similar adventures where you need to make the best of what is available.


6. Out-of-the-box thinking


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Before leaving for a long trip, it is wise to arrange your itinerary. Reserve an envelope for each day of the trip. You can store hotel keys and other relevant information that you will require on the day. Arranging your schedule like this will help you save time when you search for something in a hurry.


7. Learning about your bike


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This hobby may not be odd, but it is most helpful. Check your bike every morning before you leave off riding. Check the engine oil and the torque. Learning more about your bike will help you understand it better in case it breaks down.


8. Social responsibility