Camping on the Go with Midget Bushtrekka Cycling Trailer

It is always great to get back to nature with a spot of camping. Sometimes, however, you might feel that you are cheating a little bit by packing all your camping gear into your car and driving to the campsite. This is all about to change with the Midget Bushtrekka trailer as it adds a whole other dimension to camping.

Go Green or Go Home

The Midget Bushtrekka bicycle trailer, created by a company called Kamp-Rite, is a revolutionary development in the art of camping. A portable tent that folds away into a compact trailer when you need to get on the move means that you can now get biking and camping without needing another vehicle for transportation. It will certainly bring a smile to the more environmentally aware campers who are monitoring their their carbon footprint in this world.

The Midget Bushtrekka hooks up to your bicycle and is lightweight enough not to bog you down while cycling. Weighing in at just under 26 kilograms, you can now cycle to a destination of your choice and not have to worry about where you will rest your head once you get there. The only issue comes when you are travelling in hilly areas as it can become a bit of a chore cycling uphill with the extra 26 kilograms in tow.

In transportation mode, the Midget Bushtrekka is nice and compact at 86 cm long, 110 cm wide and 20 cm high. There is even room under the pop up tent for 180 litres of storage space meaning that you can bring all your necessities with you. Armed with double wheels on both sides, the Bushtrekkka is also very much designed for heading off-road onto rougher tracks and trails.

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Destination Unknown

If you are after an exciting adventure then a Midget Bushtrekka might just be the ticket. You can keep on cycling without having to worry about overbooked hotels and hostels ever again. Having your accomodation in tow can give you a freedom you may never have experienced on a camping trip before. Where will you go?

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