Another Free Video Made By Bikers For Bikers!
VIDEO & BLOG-In this video I teach you step-by-step how to properly fold and roll your leather motorcycle biker chaps into a tight and neat “chap pack”. I am not the creator of this method of folding your chaps, but I wanted to pass it on to you in an understandable tutorial video and blog, such as we do here at Law Abiding Biker Media.
In this video I show you how to fold your motorcycle chaps into a rolled chap pack over my Harley Davidson Motorcycle seat. This is typically how you will be folding and rolling your chaps into a chap pack, so I wanted to show you this way on the video.
It will be uncommon to be folding your biker chaps or rolling a chap pack on a clean floor or in a house on a table, but you may before you leave for a long trip. However, once you are out for your motorcycle trip or ride, you will need to know how to roll and fold your chaps into a chap pack on the go and draped over your motorcycle seat.
Okay-so if you are like me, my motorcycle biker chaps take up much room in my saddlebag. Additionally, they are usually just folded over themselves in a clump and are always in the way when I go to remove something else from my saddle bags. Often times I have to pull my chaps out of the saddle bag to get at other items buried underneath. When I do so,other things come flying out with them and onto the ground. The club I am with, the Sworn Few LEMC, ride our motorcycles long distance and for many days at a time. So, we have to get into our saddlebags many times a day during a club trip to get at our chaps or items buried underneath them. Often times my biker chaps are buried in my motorcycle touring bag, so I don't want to dig for them. Yah, I'm a bit lazy at times. I keep them buried in my touring bag to keep them out of my saddle bags.
Further, I have purposely left the house without my biker chaps before on day long motorcycle rides, only to wish I would have brought them along when the cold or rain sets in. I have left without them, because of the very reasons I have stated above. Chaps are often times a hassle to carry and store on my motorcycle. So, I figure I can just get by without them. And what a mistake that has been!
Finally, a simple way to fold, roll, and store you motorcycle chaps into a “chap pack”. After learning this simple little skill, you will no longer be burdened with your motorcycle chaps taking up space, being unorganized, and having other important items buried underneath them. I now take my motorcycle chaps everywhere after I roll them into a simple little chap pack. Learning this technique is easy once you watch the free tutorial video.
Folding and rolling your biker chaps into a chap pack or chap roll makes them very compact in size, so they fit just about anywhere. Additionally, using the chap pack and roll method allows the chaps to snap together using the snaps already right on your chaps! How convenient is this? They will not come apart when moving them around anymore!
You can also use the biker chap pack or chap roll to put behind your back for extra support or a passenger under the knees to relieve pressure on those long rides. With the motorcycle chap pack or chap roll snapped together in a tight little roll, you can move them around very easily to get at other items in your saddlebags or trunk! No more pulling out messy motorcycle chaps and pulling out other items along with them only to fall on the ground. No more leaving home without your motorcycle chaps. You never know when you will need your chaps.
Check out this free how to video tutorial on making a motorcycle chap pack or chap roll. It is a step-by-step tutorial video and you will definitely be able to make a chap pack or chap roll after watching.
Also, check out another completely FREE video on how to fold/roll your clothes into a “clothes pack”. This is an awesome way to fold your clothes into a neat little pack and you will save a ton of room when packing for that long motorcycle trip!
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