Back in the day, motorcycles came with real tool kits. BMW was especially known for including quality tools with its machines. These days, if you buy a new bike, the salesman might hand you a cheap spark-plug wrench in a plastic bag and say, “Here’s the tool kit,” as though you should expect your bike will never have any mechanical problems. If you’re assembling a real tool kit, you’ll need a good tool roll. You could use a large Ziploc bag, but it will likely tear before your first trip ends. So get something durable that will last. And if you’re not already carrying a tool kit on your bike, maybe picking up a cool organizer is all the motivation you need to put one together.