Sean Ricany's travel essentials
Travel essentials with Sean Ricany
The life of a professional BMX rider entails endless hours of traveling and far too many days away from home to keep track of. Sean Ricany is no stranger to this lifestyle and like many other people, has a set bag of essentials ready to go when needed. From New Jersey to California, here are the things Sean brought with him while wrapping up filming for the upcoming Stranger DVD.
On any of Sean's travels, these are the things you'll find inside his camo backpack from The Trip.
"I bring my laptop for checking emails and surfing the Internet. I use my phone so much that it's usually dead by mid-day, so I bring along battery packs and various chargers," says Ricany.
"Jordan 1's are my favorite riding shoes at the moment. I'm always wearing black on black. I usually bring two hats on each trip. This time I chose the Stranger BMX Regulator and Primo Classic snapbacks."
"My phone is probably the most important thing to me in my travel essentials -- I've always gotta stay connected. I really dislike carrying a wallet so I have a phone case that holds my cards and cash. My homie Steve Croteau gave me the flask awhile go and it's just always good to have. Passport is always in my bag for overseas trips."
"I always keep a couple pairs of Blenders in my backpack for those sunny days out riding," says Ricany.
"ChapStick and Advil are always necessary when on the road. Filming for hours everyday can take a toll on your body so it helps a bit. I usually pack a beanie for those cold days and stickers because they are easy to carry and good to give out to kids," says Ricany.
"These FootPrint insoles are seriously a lifesaver, I keep them in every pair of shoes."