Looks like he's going up a pretty good hill. Looks a bit scary, however, especially in a good cross wind.
Good God, he's laid a giant egg!
Nah, he's turning the dynamo to power the fridge.
I prefer Eau de Tri-flow. Seriously, that shiz smells good!
It appears to be poorly ventilated. Even a well vented tent can be stuffy sometimes in the summer, but that baby is a hot box.
Do a Google image search for "bicycle camper" and you'll find a number of interesting concepts.
I've got a Worksman front-loading tricyle that I've ridden a fair bit. It's heavy and has a lot of wind drag. Not anything like that trailer, but still, it's quite a bit different from a bicycle. There's a couple of things to be aware of, though. One is that, logically, you deduce that if you can ride, say 20 mph with just a bicycle, then you ought to be able to ride something with twice the weight and twice the drag at 10 mph, more or less. However, psychologically, you're going from a "Whee!" ride to a chore that just sucks all the fun out of riding. Then another factor is that a wider trailer like that pretty well forces you to take the lane, whether you want to or not. On a lot of roads, especially side streets in a city, that's no problem. But there are roads where that's just a terrible idea, too. Then if you actually start riding it on a trip like you might tour on, you have the possibility of hitting a stout headwind for a week at a time, and forward progress could drop to zero pretty quick. It seems to me that the camping trailers I've seen have either been gimmicks, or "proof it can be done" or art projects or something like that. For example, I found pictures of a neat camper unit underway in 2006- but couldn't find anything about having been finished or used.
"be careful this rando stuff is addictive and dan's the 'pusher'."
At 55lbs, I'm not sure anything about that Bushtrekker is actually "midget".
It's a joke, right? It reminds me of the guys in Taiwan who put on demonstrations of pulling buses with their dicks. (Yeah, go ahead and google it if you don't believe me)
What kind of brakes does he have on that bike to hold it all back going down a steep hill? Does it have turn signals?
Who is John Galt?