Off-roading works up an appetite, and let’s face it—when you’re that hungry, sometimes even cardboard starts to look appealing. Nine times out of ten, we’re not picky when it comes to filling up our bellies after a full day of riding. But that doesn’t mean you can’t still get creative and treat yourself when you’re on the go! Even if your ride park of choice has food trucks or fully-stocked restaurants on site, sometimes fending for yourself is part of the fun. You can eat in a cushy, comfortable restaurant any time. It’s not every day that you’re able to rough it and make your own meals on the go!
Feeding yourself on the trail requires some pre-planning and background research. You’ve got to think ahead if you want to avoid over-packing, under-packing, or bringing along food that’s going to spoil or taste gross by the time you stop for lunch. Read on for some of our favorite and most handy off-the-grid meal tips.
There are plenty of ways to stay full and satisfied on the go, without having to heat anything up. But if you’re looking for a warm “trail-cooked” meal, there are plenty of easy and practical options for cooking in the great outdoors.
Or breakfast, or lunch, or snack time? Here are some of our favorite grocery list must-haves for any time of the day.
To all of the caffeine-aholics who can’t start the day without their morning cup o’ joe—you’re in luck! There are lots of ways to get your coffee fix on the trails. It’ll perk you up and make you feel right at home. And besides, doesn’t coffee always taste better when sipped in the great outdoors?
So there you have it—a quick and easy guide on how to keep your belly full and your taste buds happy while you’re tearing up the trails on the weekend. Did we leave anything out? Drop us a comment and share your own “must have” off-road eats!