Crickett Hoffman: Where was this when I was spending the night on the ground in the desert?
I want one to haul behind my Mini Cooper!
McRocket: Very cool.
Jon Callahan: My uncle Charlie has three of Thea and me and him go camping at his farm
all the time. It's great for a 3 day camping session and it's comfortable.
We pull them with our atv's. He has a honda rincon 680 and I have a honda
fourtrax 300 and it pulls it great.
Marpoclaws: I want this in England
David DeVera: Thanks! Shared this on our RV FORUM site on Facebook. Nice!
Michel Serviere: Great invention!
Donovan Hill: this camper is so awesome
Shawn Defeudis: Lets go see America!
John Garmon: Tiny camper for motorcycles!
Open Road Outfitters: Our classic Mini Mate motorcycle camper set up video. I'll have to redo
this some time but this old one gets so many hits (because of the "adult"
portion), I don't know if I'll ever be able to take this one down!
Open Road Outfitters: I think it's a reasonable price, especially considering the quality of the
materials and workmanship that go into it.
Verrueckter Stoff: this guy is slow
Wouter Smit: If I ever saw a sexy belly..... LOL Seriously though Good video, really
informative, thanx very much
Bronywithguns870: wow this is just incredible this tiny little box on wheels with so much to
give. just goes to show that big things come in small packages
Open Road Outfitters: You can put a cooler inside or there is a kit that allows you to mount one
on the tongue so it doesn't take up room inside.
Open Road Outfitters: The Mini Mate camper is $2895
Gasoline2009: Nice and great idea! :-)
lester woodward: Is it ok to pull this with a 2011 Harley Trike.....
puketinho: @ezwryder I like this very much, one can save a lot of money to pay for
accomodation, and with this one can sleep on the highway rest place, your
demo of laying inside, should be opposit, because the stand outside is
light and good for the legs.
Open Road Outfitters: I don't think that's a problem. The sleeping area is 6' 6" and it can
easily support 600 lbs.
Open Road Outfitters: Totally. Equip it with a swivel coupler and it would handle uneven surfaces
just fine. It does not have a ton of ground clearance so you couldn't go on
rocky roads, but it would handle reasonable trails pretty well.
Open Road Outfitters: Hi Andrew, you can feel free to contact me - my e-mail is in the video
kyle coyner: same last name as me
Boabiegringo: could you tow a couple of small kids in that? Thanks
Open Road Outfitters: Probably a little heavy for that. It's 265 lbs. Might be able to get it
started, but getting it stopped could be a problem!
Open Road Outfitters: @geekthinker a little too heavy for a bike, I think. Unless you're pulling
it in Florida.
Paul Mathews: Wish I could buy one of these in Australia, I think the Postage would be
too much to get it here. We have some Aussie people making these, but they
are to big and expensive for my needs. Nice build. Could you tow this using
a 250cc bike, or do you need more power ?
Open Road Outfitters: Hi Jason - you could probably pull it. I would wonder how you are fixed for
brakes. You'd want to have enough stopping power to keep it under control,
especially on the downside of the Alps!
Open Road Outfitters: @Deadeyedavid177 The Mini Mate weighs 265 lbs.
FawazALShehab: Can it be pulled with a Yamaha Rhino? it would be awesome !!
Anderw Marcell: This would be fantastic for the remote places I go. How do I find a dealer?
cmammlj: Can a small car tow this camper (mini cooper or Aveo hatchback) ?
thekingofmc: can a 125 pull that? :)
Open Road Outfitters: @puketinho If you use it enough, it would definitely pay for itself. You
could be right about how to lay down in the camper. I find it easier to
stretch out the other way because I can get in and out easier. My wife
would argue that my head is empty, so it does not weigh as much as my feet.
Open Road Outfitters: @chas4551 there is actually an awning for it. I didn't have a spot to set
it up in the garage since you have to put stakes in the ground. The awning
has velcro sewn around the perimeter so you can have "curtains" made if you
prefer to make it private. Hope to make a video on this aspect some time
Fullforce LTX: Wow awesome setup! That's defiantly one way to cut down on camping fuel
JoelThedude4u: most likekly not, it would burn the clutch in the long run and you will go
trough belts more often. carrying 265 pounds is one thing pulling them is
another. on flat ground on slow roads you may but this is borderline of
what a Vespa can do. IMO
spantherix: Really NICE invention! Congratulations and I wish deserved good business!
Zuma Dale: One thing about tent type campers... if a mouse farts outside, you'll hear
Raul FloresS.: How many cost this mini mate camper? please
Open Road Outfitters: @Boabiegringo it really depends on how foldable the kids are. Some bend
easily, others less so. :-)
dudelivestrong: I'm sure some weight could be taken off to make it lighter for a bike.
Sponge1310: That's actually pretty cool =D
Deadeyedavid177: How much does the whole thing weigh?
bug512: Very nice. Thanks for keeping the video real.
Open Road Outfitters: search on "motorcycle hitch" on youtube and you'll see