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Offline vagabond541

Kamp Rite pop upcamper
« on: November 23, 2008, 07:14:54 pm »
hey I'm new here but i have been all over the web looking. Does anyone know about the new kamp rite popup camper in cyclesense in los vegas. specs photos where to find stuff on it . :quest:

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Offline bogiesan

Kamp Rite pop upcamper
« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2008, 09:39:24 am »
Last issue of AC mentioned it briefly. At50 pounds empty, I cannot
imagine anyone really wanting to haul one but I wish the company the
best of luck.

Google?
http://gatlinburgspokejunkie.blogspot.com/2008/10/bicycle-
camper.html
The Midget offers great opportunities to explore North America's
growing network of long distance bike trails, many of which have only
limited lodging possibilities. If I do the review, I'm looking at
transporting the trailer to either Atlanta (to bike the Silver Comet/Chief
Ladiga trails)or Orlando (to bike the Gen'l Van Fleet and Wilachoochee
State Trail). By the way, the trailer weighs @ 49 lbs and the bed weighs
@ 20 lbs.


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Kamp Rite pop upcamper
« Reply #2 on: December 06, 2008, 06:11:14 pm »
I personally would pass, but I guess it depends on how and where you plan to tour.  If it is flat and you plan to poke along doing low mileage you might be able to make it work.

Remember that this rig is as heavy as a bike, racks, panniers, tent, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, stove, and all of the other gear you need for a cross country tour if you pack carefully.