Hi all, Thanks for the help over the years! I really like remote rides...way out in the mountains of northern california on the logging and forest roads. I get a little nervous out there because if something were to break on my bike, it would be quite a production getting my bike out of there. Ideally I would have a backpack (or bag attached to the bike) that holds enough tools and spare parts to cover a reasonable breakdown. One area of concern is the chain. I know, some of you are wanting to respond and say "dude it's a Honda, they never break!"...which is great, I hope that's the case...but I'm a little more interested in being prepared in the unlikely case that, say, my chain breaks at 6000' elevation 130 miles north of Tahoe. So, the chain. Let's say that thing breaks out there somewhere. Is there a way to remove a link and scoot the wheel towards the front of the bike to make up for the shortened chain? At least rig it together enough to get back to basecamp? I'm curious to hear what people bring with them on these types of rides...universal tools or kits, spare chain or link, spare levers or shifters, or...? THANKS!