Show me your bike loaded with tent camping gear

Madhatter

Active Member
Joined
Mar 25, 2013
Messages
966
Likes
44
Location
buda texas
im better but still to much stuff I think on my bike.... but its in the boxes now..... if one visualizes a giant duffle bag strapped across the back of the bike , well that was my first time.
 

Cyrus

We Dream the Imposible !!
Joined
Jul 26, 2012
Messages
86
Likes
4
Location
Here,California
im better but still to much stuff I think on my bike.... but its in the boxes now..... if one visualizes a giant duffle bag strapped across the back of the bike , well that was my first time.

one good advantage is that it makes it real easy to do wheeleies !!
 

Madhatter

Active Member
Joined
Mar 25, 2013
Messages
966
Likes
44
Location
buda texas
wheelies , im old and slow , wheelies are for youngsters , wish I was younger.... honestly ive never ( seriously ) tried to do a wheelie , this bike does not seem to want to help in this matter ….. giant duffle made it hard to get on and off bike that was sketchy in every parking lot I had to stop at. going to buy a dirt bike in January just so I can learn how to do a proper wheelie.... old dog new tricks , we will see..... now I have gone fast enough were the bike left the ground over a rise by a few inches , that was cool.... some cop took my picture with the giant duffle in a Podunk Texas town that shall remain nameless. he probably thought I looked funny in my set up, and I would have to agree...… but ive learned.
 
Joined
Jul 6, 2014
Messages
51
Likes
3
Location
NL, Canada
The S10 handled it like a champ! Two sleeping bags, two pillows, two air mattresses, 3P tent, and all the cooking gear for a week long excursion. Quite the load but we made it unscathed with very little room to spare.
 
Top Bottom