Neither a thru-hiker, cyclist or tent-camper ... I've been using hammocks since I became a powered rider, a decade ago. I ride a 2003 Suzuki Burgman maxi-scooter. A very tall and heavy guy, age 69, I like the step-thru frame, carrying capacity & automatic transmission, while I also like the two-cylinders, quiet acceleration and the flat-out speed.
I don't camp, as I firmly believe that a locking door, clean sheets, rain/sun protection, AC/heat, TV, hot water on demand and a place to park my ride are one of the peaks of Western Civilization - i.e., I usually 'motel it' for the night. But that doesn't mean I can't rest & relax several times a day, when I so choose, during my rides ... and a hammock serves me best.
My biggest peeve is the common article-of-faith that there will always be two trees or posts, just the right distance apart, everywhere I choose to hang my hammock. While now living in the well-forested East Coast, I have lived and visited extensively in the Midwest and Southwest ... and know very well that there are vast stretches of the USA & Canada that have very few trees (more like bushes) and other areas with no trees at all. So, I experiment with the means of carrying my hammock-hanging support with me.