Looks like an Old Fossil" is powering the rig.
Where are the water and electric hookups?
A chance to try your coffin' before you need it. It will be very conformable on a hot night.
Well it would protect you from the rain and the animals! One does wonder how much effort is required to tow it -- granted, a recumbent bike is pretty efficient, but I can't help but note that the front of the trailer needs more streamlining. One could always carry a pop-up tent in the trailer to make a bug-free "front room" for the sleeping area.
If only a sleeping chamber existed that was made of a flexible material that could be collapsed, rolled up, and easily stored. I bet it would weight much less than that contraption.
8:03 AM:That would be called a "TENT".Where you just being ironic, and already realized this?In the far past, tents used to be the only way to camp. Now they're mostly used by hard-core backpackers.
Cute idea, but what if someone steels the bike with you sleeping in the trailer??