Kamp rite midget bushtrekka

Duration: 12min 46sec Views: 1446 Submitted: 31.12.2020
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Kamp-Rite Midget Bushtrekka was one of the best models of pull-behind bicycle campers; lite, eco-friendly design for off-road adventures promised new camping experience Well, the tent-cot took the market by the storm. It was the Midget-Bushtrekka Tent Cot — a camper designed for aficionados of bicycle adventures. This lite, pull-behind travel trailer with about 4. Kamp-Rite Midget Bushtrekka pull-behind bicycle camper provides shelter for one person. Made of lite aluminum it met the fundamental requirement to be lite last thing you need on your biking trip are excess pounds to haul.

The Kamp-Rite Midget Bushtrekka Is a Tiny Camper Tent That You Can Pull With Your Bicycle

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The Midget Bushtrekka from Kamp-Rite is a really rather handy-looking tow-along tent-cum-bicycle trailer for extended cycling trips. And as large as it is - 56 pounds Rather, it sounds as though Bushtrekka is designed for fairly serious off-roading. But is it up to the job? Uneven ground should be no obstacle for the Bushtrekka if Kamp-Rite's spiel is to be believed. The trailer features a "pivoting wheelset" in which the wheels on each side operate independently.

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K amp-Rite Tent Cot, Inc. Armed with only the advice and suggestions of family members who are avid, experienced outdoorsmen, Kamp-Rite forayed into the camping gear market. Inspired by its initial success, Kamp-Rite became determined to continue creating innovative products. Kamp-Rite used the knowledge gained at these trade shows to design and develop new products that met the needs of these groups. The success of these products resulted in explosive growth that prompted increased management and sales support.
This is the worst bicycle touring product ever conceived because of its weight, complexity, and inability to solve any problems. Oddly enough 4 people decided to pull the trigger on this purchase and record a review. It even looks like a tank. I got to drive a tank when I was in the Army. It was remarkably nimble.