Thanks for the link! I recently did a single tree hang using a similar method I found on YouTube. It uses a post instead of a bike and a fallen tree instead of stakes.
I made a thread about it here and included the video from varavild's channel.
Your setup makes it quite difficult for someone to sneak off with your bike while you're napping!
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Another thing to consider is the handyhammock, it can be pitched without anywhere http://www.handyhammock.co.uk
Here is dejoha's review. http://theultimatehang.com/2012/12/h...-stand-review/
It think that just jeff has done a review on it on his site as well.
That wheel has to be a pain to pack around all the time. Do you strap it to the outside of your pack or inside?
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This is my favourite no trees hammock pic (but obviously I'm biased)
Needs our sand anchors to work but you can literally hammock in the surf - very restful
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Where two barbed fences meet at a 90 degree angle, the one corner post and the next post on both fences are reinforced. Hang across the diagonal, making a triangle. Rig late, leave early.
Put water bottles or other heavy items in the hammock when you are not in it, to keep it from blowing into the barbed wire.