Hiya floyd & not2bme,not2bme said:Congrats on getting a sponsorship! Not to throw a wrench in the things, but batteries may be hard to transport over the airplane. They have strict regulations on what you can bring onboard. Maybe have them sent over or purchased locally.
But on the plus side, if you do get it, you need to find out what's the max charge these batteries can take. It doesn't take much to charge such a small battery. For example, floydR's ebay link is a 24Ah battery. So theoretically you can charge at 20A (20A*24V=480W) for an hour and have it almost 80% charged (any more would be difficult since a CC/CV charger would taper off to get to 100%). So if you were able to stop somewhere, grab a drink, and ask them graciously if you can charge up your battery for an hour. It's a coronavirus world, otherwise you could stop at a Starbucks and plug in while having a coffee......
Wheels and tire repair kits are probably what's going to be needed lots. If you plan to do a lot of camping then a small single person tent. A poncho or something for the weather may help (even though water seems to find its way in). I did a motorcycle trip over fifteen years back around Nova Scotia so this brings back memories.
I have one of the Allpowers Here that was brought in for repair and same guy has another one with similar issues...> Also would I be able to use something like this?
>I am looking at a few different options and back ups.