When you’re camping, good equipment is key. Especially when you’re limited to what you can take with you by the space in your pack or, in our case, the space on your motorcycle. Equipment must be light weight, durable, and easy to pack. It also has to serve its purpose very well. If the gear can’t do what you need it to do then it’s a waste of time and money… and nobody wants that.
Hopefully our equipment reviews can help you out along the way. We’ve got gear that goes with us on every trip, some that is more for “glamping”, and other pieces that are a must have on long road trips. Our reviews will give you the low-down on how we use what we have and whether we’ll keep something or change it out. We’ll reference the people we’ve learned from where we can as well as give a fresh perspective. That way you can learn from our successes and mistakes.
We’re also welcoming reviews from other Motorcycle Hammock Campers. If you’re using something that others need to know about, let us know by submitting a review through our contact link at the bottom of this page. We’ll be getting a template up shortly. If we use your review you’ll have our undying gratitude and a place in the history of Motorcycle Hammock Camping.
We do not get paid to do reviews. We do the reviews because we couldn’t find much out there specifically for motorcycle hammock camping. There are reviews out there for hammocking gear and motorcycle camping but nothing marrying the two. We’re marrying the two.
As always, we look forward to your feedback and questions on any of the posts or pages we write. Let us know what gear you’re using as well! We’re always looking for new items to make our treks easier and more comfortable.
- Pocket Bellows Review, June 2019
- Ridgeline Media Systems’ Hang Time Hook Review, Sept 2017
- DutchWare Gear Half-Wit Hammock Review, Aug 2017
- Mosko Reckless 80L Pannier System Review, Aug 2017
- Guest Review: Hennessy Hammock Explorer Deluxe Asym Classic
- Device Charging Equipment Review, Feb 2017
- ENO Ember 2 Underquilt Review, Jan 2017
- ENO Atlas hammock straps v. Kammock Python hammock straps, Jan 2017