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I did mine on rail-trails but it would be the same for road trips.
Checkout another site: www.bikepacking.net
"Courage Grows Strong at a Wound" - Stewart Clan Motto
Biking and hammocking seems like a natural pairing to me! Even if it's not a multi-day tour, taking a hammock along on a long ride affords one the opportunity to hang and rest in a park before continuing a long trek home.
Here is my set up.
The extra wheel is from http://www.extrawheel.com/
Awesome! Thanks for sharing your pictures guys. Definitely going to look into a new set-up for my mountain bike. The 100lb trailer behind my fixie wasn't as enjoyable as you'd think.
Love the Brooks saddle! Very nice set up.
I'm currently running a flip flop hub with the fixed side at 17t and the freewheel at 19t...49t chainring. It's moderately hilly where I live and let me tell you, I was cooked after pulling that trailer for 3 hours in 90 degree heat. http://connect.garmin.com/activity/39934922