Once you have your tools, perform common maintenance on your bike with the kit at home. Remove the wheels, change a tire and take off the fuel tank. Use your tool pack to get to the fuse box, and since fuses are small and light, carry a lot of extras. If you are running tubeless, before you buy new tires, puncture the old ones with an awl or nail, then practice plugging the hole. Your first attempt at a tire repair should not be while you are alone in the middle of nowhere. On an adventure ride in Baja we discovered that it is all but impossible for one person to change a front tire on a KTM 990 Adventure. It took one person to balance the bike on the centerstand. Plus, a second (heavy) bike's sidestand was needed to break the bead to install a new tube. You are far better off knowing these things in advance.