Last weekend I had the misfortune to get a puncture at Homebush. Luckily OzYoda (Chris) was on hand with an emergency puncture kit and an electric pump (what doesn't Chris carry?) and we were soon on our way. Not wanting to get caught out, I purchased an emergency repair kit ASAP and then set about building an "essentials" toolkit that I could keep at all times on my Daytona. What I ended up with is as follows: Assorted Allen/Hex keys, $20 emergency cash, A biro, A few zip ties, 8, 10 & 12mm spanner/rings, Stubby ratchet screwdriver with reversible bit (Phillips/flat), 3 x puncture repair strips, 2 x CO2 refill bottles and inflation stem, Puncture hole reamer/cleaner tool, Puncture strip insertion tool, and Penknife. All stored (barring the reamer and insertion tools) in a canvas zip-up pencil case (I scotchguarded the case) and managed to squeeze it into the small compartment under the seat which Triumph's marketing department refer to as "storage". I still need to add fuses and a pair of pliers to the kit but can you think of anything else I should be carrying taking into account the extremely limited space available? Note: I always carry a mobile and my NRMA roadside assist card.