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Discussion in 'Photos' started by flingshot, Jul 8, 2009.
Now this is camping.
Who makes that setup? Can't afford a RV/toy hauler but this might answer the mail!
That is not an inexpensive kit.
I don't know, can't remember the name of the outfit that makes versions of these. But I would hazard a guess at $25-50k based on similar style stuff I've seen online. Would be great if someone could find the name of the maker so we can google some pricing.
Apparently only $27k and she's yours ...
Toy hauler range there....cool concept though.
Many years ago.
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I wish yall would say what tents these are when you post.
Mine way up above with the YZ250.. Sierra Designs ‘Light Year’ with custom carbon fiber poles. One man at only 19’ cubic feet floor space. I normally use it for light weight backpacking. Here it is during a winter solo 3-nighter on the AT a couple yrs ago. (I dunno why my phone wants to locate the pic above the text. Oh well).
Mine is a Glaciers Edge purchased from Fred Meyer for about $40. it is a 4-man that i got in 2009 and still works great. It's a little big on the bike, but I'm usually solo, so i have have the extra room to pack.
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Hey, @Hipower90 Does that seat incorporate your crash pad? Love that AT I do a lot of winter camps on it also. Tho winter is a different animal up here. LOL
Lake Okeechobee a couple weeks ago
Beemerless Bob's place for his Thanksgiving shindig. Left my KELTY tent at home by accident so just swung by Wal Mart and picked up their 24 dollar "backpacking" tent.
Thats a tough looking Wee. Nicely done sir.
It's a good bike. It's taken an absolute beating over the years and keeps on keeping on. One of my favorite photos of me and the bike "in action".
Throwin in a tent pic for good measure.
Somewhere around Santa Rosa Mtn/Toro Peak