I've found my phone (Samsung S10) is wonderful. Very versatile. And if it's a daylight pic, especially panos, or a night pic that I'm just intending to share on social media, then my phone is what I reach for. It's just so easy. And always on me. But every so often I escape to go shooting on my bikes.
I have a great setup on my Sportster for weekend escapes with my camera. I use a hard Pelican case that has the benefit of fitting any sportster with detachable hardware. So not only great for my weekends away from home, but was awesome for my overseas travels as the case had wheels for transporting through airports and of course protected camera and lenses well. I took it on two trips to the US that was a mix of riding and shooting. I usually had space for some clothes, a trio of lenses, one body, some filters and the tripod strapped to the lid once on the bike. Sounds like overkill as I type it out, but was a great way to seek out landscapes while also attending meets.
On the Bobber I've really only done two camera outings, both local spots, one early morning, one for the night sky and stars. I love that my Bobber is quiet so I can sneak out pre dawn or return after midnight without waking the entire valley. But luggage options are limited to my camera back pack and hanging my tripod on that is just plain awkward. If I can find a better solution for my tripod I'd be super happy.
Stars and light trails on a bike outing...