Thread: Kamp Rite Bike Travel Trailer

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    Default Kamp Rite Bike Travel Trailer

    Saw this on a random post on Facebook. Searched this forum and it didn't seem to come up and thought that I would share.

    http://bicycletrailers.com/2944/bran...size-tent-cot/

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    Damn. If I could convince my wife to tow it, I'd be all set.
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    I hate pulling my empty B.O.B. trailer very far. That thing looks just awful to tow. Maybe if you fit it with solar panels to charge your power assist bike. How many twelve inch tires do you think you'd ware out riding with that sucker across the US?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flounder View Post
    I hate pulling my empty B.O.B. trailer very far. That thing looks just awful to tow. Maybe if you fit it with solar panels to charge your power assist bike. How many twelve inch tires do you think you'd ware out riding with that sucker across the US?
    Me personnally? Zero because I wouldn't ride like that.
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    looks really cool. i wouldn't expect to win land speed records towing that thing: i have two kids i put in a burly trailer and it's slow going. proper drive train gearing would be a must.
    I'd probably loose the weird wheels for spoked ones, and use slick tires. also, i'd stock up on an extra hitch coupler.

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