Other tools you are likely to add to your traveling tool kit are an adjustable wrench, tire gauge, several common socket sizes with a driver, some small Vice Grip or Auto-Lock pliers, and, assuming you know how to wield them, tire irons. Other supplies include fast-drying epoxy or other goop that will seal a leak, more spare fuses (your stock spare will always blow while you are testing to see if you have fixed the problem), baling wire, tire repair kit, six feet of electrical wire and that flashlight which will have dead batteries unless you take precautions (like wrapping one battery in plastic). We like to carry a spare bulb too. For the flashlight, that is. We find that most motorcycle bulbs can be obtained at gas stations and the vital ones have additional filaments. A burned-out taillight can be remedied by swapping lead wires to the taillight and turning the brake filament into the running light until you get to a gas station.