Forget the memories of the family wagon toting the popup camper—this one is pure pedal power. If you’re into traveling light, it doesn’t get any lighter than this!
Kamp-Rite Midget Bushtrekka 1 of 7Made in Australia, the Midget Solo Bushtrekka by Kamp-Rite ($899) features a popup tent with room for an oversize cot and storage space underneath. The elevated tent keeps you well above any cold, wet ground.
Kamp-Rite Midget Bushtrekka 2 of 7No storage space is sacrificed to make room for the tent. The bike trailer features three storage compartments with over 41 gallons of storage.
More Bike Campers 3 of 7German cyclist GÃ¼nther Lorenz designed this DIY chuckwagon-style trailer to comfortably sleep one person
More Bike Campers 4 of 7Instead of tent poles, the Topeak Bikamper ($189) uses a bike and its front wheel for support. The lightweight one-person tent easily folds down to a compact pack that can be strapped to the bike's handlebars.
More Bike Campers 5 of 7German cyclist GÃ¼nther Lorenz designed this DIY chuckwagon-style trailer to comfortably sleep one person
More Bike Campers 6 of 7Finnish designer Sakari Holma built this minimalist bike camper that sacrifices space for less wind resistance
More Bike Campers 7 of 7Dethleffs Biker, a prototype from Germany, includes a kitchen area.
The Midge Bushtrekka bicycle trailer is available on the Kamp-Rite website for $899.99.
Slides 1,2: Kamp-Rite
Slide 3: Topeak Cycling Accessories
Slide 4: w44.de
Slide 5: saholm on Flickr
Slide 6: giraut on photobucket
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