Camping set up

Barkme Wolf

Active Member
I still need 2 tarps and I forgot the small grill but otherwise I think this works. Took it for a
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spin around the block, no problem. It is a little heavy to wrangle but once in motion all seems well.
 

Barkme Wolf

Active Member
Hooy cow, you look ready to go anywhere

Where do you plan to camp?
Anywhere.

There is a small island in Puget Sound (Blake Island). I may try to hop a charter boat to it. My first trip will likely be to a campground on Bainbridge Island, I can take a ferry there. It is in a populated area in case something goes wrong. I have a spare battery so I calculate a 50 mile range without worry. If I can charge on the ferry even further.
 
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Mark in CA

New Member
I still need 2 tarps and I forgot the small grill but otherwise I think this works. Took it for a View attachment 8049 spin around the block, no problem. It is a little heavy to wrangle but once in motion all seems well.
You might want to consider a front rack to equalize the weight better. Just a thought! Other than that everything looks good, let us know how your trip went! Looks like a lot of fun.
 

Barkme Wolf

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The sleeping bag, tent and personal type items I bought new but everything else I am scavenging mostly from Goodwill. I am thinking about getting a front rack....Can't find a pic of the one I want but it is like an arm that attaches to the front of the "head tube". I will try to find a link.
 

thatdude902

Active Member
Does the RW really need anything in the front? I've seen videos of people riding the RW with an adult in the back and they seem OK.
 

Barkme Wolf

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Does the RW really need anything in the front? I've seen videos of people riding the RW with an adult in the back and they seem OK.
It balances just fine with everything on the back. If I were to use a front rack it would be for connivance not stability.