Hugo2go: One-Night Stand Backpack

A go-bag with everything you need for a night of motorcycle camping

The team over at Hugo Moto seem to have their heads screwed on just right. Turning Sportsters into fully capable, scrambly world traveling machines, and designing epic kits like this so you can pick up and go on a whim.

The backpack itself is small enough to fit in just about any saddlebag, but is also easily strapped onto your seat or sissy bar. Whether you leave it in that one spot in your garage, or keep it in your saddlebag in case you feel the need for adventure-- it's always ready to go. Your nights of looking for a dingy motel can now be spent looking for a nice flat spot to lay out your tent. Leave the TV off and listen to some crickets.

Here's what's in the kit:

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Hugo Moto's 1-Night Stand bag with the shelter set up with sleeping bag and pad.Hugo Moto

Sleeping Bag: They chose the Snugpak Softie Elite, if it is good for the military it is good for them. With a temperature rating of 45°F / 36°F (7°C / 2°C) they felt it is the right companion for most of your late spring/summer and part of the fall (depends on where you ride) moto camping need. One of the coolest features about this bag is its reflective material that adds to the warmth of the bag. We especially love the expandable panel for those of us who are on the chubbier side of life.

Sleeping Mat: They decided to go with the Multimat as it was compact comfortable, was easy to inflate and deflate.But it stayed inflated when needed. It also happens to be orange and gray, Hugo Moto's colors. Here is the nitty gritty: - Length: 72" - Width: 20" - Thickness: 1" - Weight: 23 oz. - Pack Size: 10.5" x 5" - Temperature Rating: -4F to 122F

Mat supplied with stuff sack matching upper fabric, retaining bands & repair kit

Shelter: Hugo includes two Stasha from Snugpak. Having used these for a while now, we love their versatility; you can tie one to your bike to create a shelter and stake the other one as a floor to prevent moisture from getting into your sleeping bag. Also on rainy nights just fold the one on the floor in half and snap it close and use it as a bivvy bag. They come with all sort of small rope so you can tie it to a tree, or a Bigfoot to make the perfect shelter.

If you want a fully enclosed shelter, they have those available on their site as well.

Mosquito net: Well, the Hugo team lives in Florida, and those damn things are everywhere at sunset. They added a no frill mosquito and no-see-um net; that you can attach from your clutch lever to cover your face and arms when the suckers are out.

Light: Everyone needs an extra light, so they tossed in an NDR 350 lumen LED light. It has a glass breaker on the handle. Why may you ask? Well, we are sure you will find a use for it.

Survival Tin: These are pretty useful to have around. Thirteen tools in a sardine box, doesn't it sound like a dream come true? From small knife to fire steel and candle, it is all in there in case you need it.

The 1-Night Stand Bag is available on their website for $356, or $442 with a larger Bivy tent.