Jan 042010
 

The Motor Company has come out with a couple new first aid kits to throw onto the sled when heading out onto the open road.  They actually seem to be a fair excuse for a first aid kit and come close to what I throw into a zip lock when I head out across country… couple this kit up with some bailing wire, duck tape, jb weld, a couple zip ties and a few butterfly bandages and you are good to go with both your body and your bike.

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The Biker’s Compact First Aid Kit (P/N 93511-10, $24.95) has a 9-inch x 4-inch x 2-inch case that is designed to fit within Harley-Davidson® windshield bags, and contains: burn cream packets, hand sanitizer packets, antibiotic packets, eyewash, gauze pads, plastic and flexi strips, gauze, waterproof tape, latex-free gloves, cleansing towelettes, insect sting pads, scissors, tweezer/magnifier, survival wrap, and a quick first-aid guide.

The new Biker’s First Aid Kit (P/N 93512-10, $39.95) from Harley-Davidson Genuine Motor Accessories is designed for the HOG Road Captain or a serious long-distance rider. Contained in an 8-inch x 6-inch x 3-inch zippered nylon case, this kit includes: sun screen packets, burn cream packets, hand sanitizer packets, antibiotic packets, eyewash, gauze pads, plastic and flexi strips and bandages, gauze, waterproof tape, latex-free gloves, cleansing towelettes, insect sting pads, lens cleaning cloth, ear plugs, tissues, scissors, survival wrap, rain poncho, paper, pencil, and a quick first-aid guide.

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