I was in your place last year.
SSE nailed the major thing. Find a camp or village. It makes things a thousand times easier. You can still do the two tent thing for storage if you like, but having access to shade will be a biggie. Stag Camp might be a good solution. Bare bones, shade, you can remain independent while having access to some infrastructure. If you insist on truly soloing it, bring food and drink to offer neighbors when you wander desperately into their huts for shade. Coffee and breakfast in the morning always seems, to me at least,to be the most appreciated.
Don't worry about keeping your bike inside. You will only manage to tear the tent or your skin. Schlep out a good length of candy caned rebar, pound that sucker in with a length of chain or cable and use that to secure the bike. Rebar can go with your tent poles. I've found that in the packing, weight is not the issue, but size. Bags need to be (usually) 50 pounds. I've rarely gotten close to that. It's the size that gets you.
Military style stakes for your tents. Lightweight but super sturdy and they pack well. Test everything before you fly out. You should be able to put up those tents in your sleep. But if you need help, don't be afraid to ask. People will be happy to help, and you do yourself and your neighbors a disservice if you set things up poorly or make yourself sick (heatstroke etc) trying to do everything by yourself.
However long you think buying everything in Reno will take, double it. If you can, fly out the day before and overnight in Reno. There's a certain romance to arriving on playa sleep deprived and hallucinating, but I won't repeat that mistake this year.
Send lawyers, guns and money - The shit has hit the fan.