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Motorcycle Hammock Stand!!!!!!!!!!!! - Hammock camping

Homitt 2 Person Outdoor Camping Hammock Set with 2M / 6.56FT Hammock Tree Straps & 2 Solid Carabiners for Travelling, Hiking, Backpacking, Motorcycle Trips, Beach or Mountain - Green & Grey

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Motorcycling with a Hennessy Hammock

Motorcycle cargo rack support structure 12 and motorcycle hammock extension arm 14 can also be utilized as a motorcycle jack for lifting and supporting at least a portion of motorcycle 30 to, for example, repair and/or replace a flat tire. Generally rectangular base member 18 is positioned below the portion of motorcycle 30 to be lifted or raised and motorcycle hammock extension arm 14 is attached to extending projection member 32 of motorcycle cargo rack support structure 12. Motorcycle hammock extension arm 14 is then pressed downward causing cross member 26 to act as the fulcrum of a lever raising the end of elongated support members 20 and 22 distal from cross member 26 and raising cross member 24 extending therebetween, thus raising at least a portion of motorcycle 30. It will be appreciated that the ratio between the length of elongated support members 20 and 22 and the length of extending projection member 32 of motorcycle cargo rack support structure 12 and motorcycle hammock extension arm 14 are such that the extent of downward force needed on shorter portion 38 of motorcycle hammock extension arm 14 is less than the force exerted in lifting at least a portion of motorcycle 30. These lengths can be adjusted as desired using the formula for a simple lever to optimize the amount of force necessary on shorter portion 38 of motorcycle hammock extension arm 14 to lift motorcycle 30 of a predetermined weight a predetermined distance.

Motorcycle cargo rack support structure 12 and motorcycle hammock extension arm 14 can also be utilized as a motorcycle jack for lifting and supporting at least a portion of motorcycle 30 to, for example, repair and/or replace a flat tire. Generally rectangular base member 18 is positioned below the portion of motorcycle 30 to be lifted or raised and motorcycle hammock extension arm 14 is attached to extending projection member 32 of motorcycle cargo rack support structure 12. Motorcycle hammock extension arm 14 is then pressed downward causing cross member 26 to act as the fulcrum of a lever raising the end of elongated support members 20 and 22 distal from cross member 26 and raising cross member 24 extending therebetween, thus raising at least a portion of motorcycle 30. It will be appreciated that the ratio between the length of elongated support members 20 and 22 and the length of extending projection member 32 of motorcycle cargo rack support structure 12 and motorcycle hammock extension arm 14 are such that the extent of downward force needed on shorter portion 38 of motorcycle hammock extension arm 14 is less than the force exerted in lifting at least a portion of motorcycle 30. These lengths can be adjusted as desired using the formula for a simple lever to optimize the amount of force necessary on shorter portion 38 of motorcycle hammock extension arm 14 to lift motorcycle 30 of a predetermined weight a predetermined distance.

Hammock Rider/Passenger Seat - Harley-Davidson USA

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Motorcycle camping adventure to Koreshan Historic Site

As seen in FIG. 1, once generally rectangular base member 18 of motorcycle cargo rack support structure 12 is secured to cargo rack 28 of motorcycle 30, motorcycle hammock extension arm 14 is placed on motorcycle cargo rack support structure 12 as shown. Flexible hammock support material 16 is then attached at one end to shorter portion 38 of motorcycle hammock extension arm 14 and the other end of flexible hammock support material 16 is attached to, for example, handlebars 40 of motorcycle 30. At this time, an individual can lay in flexible hammock support material 16 supported between motorcycle hammock extension arm 14 and handlebars 40 of motorcycle 30 as shown in FIG. 1. If desired, vertical support member 42, which is preferably of multiple piece construction, and most preferably is of three-piece construction, can be positioned below the distal end of motorcycle hammock extension arm 14 to provide additional support for flexible hammock support member 16. The upper end of vertical support member 42 preferably includes a yoke having a substantially "Y-shaped" configuration which engages and supports the distal end of motorcycle hammock extension arm 14.

As seen in FIG. 1, once generally rectangular base member 18 of motorcycle cargo rack support structure 12 is secured to cargo rack 28 of motorcycle 30, motorcycle hammock extension arm 14 is placed on motorcycle cargo rack support structure 12 as shown. Flexible hammock support material 16 is then attached at one end to shorter portion 38 of motorcycle hammock extension arm 14 and the other end of flexible hammock support material 16 is attached to, for example, handlebars 40 of motorcycle 30. At this time, an individual can lay in flexible hammock support material 16 supported between motorcycle hammock extension arm 14 and handlebars 40 of motorcycle 30 as shown in FIG. 1. If desired, vertical support member 42, which is preferably of multiple piece construction, and most preferably is of three-piece construction, can be positioned below the distal end of motorcycle hammock extension arm 14 to provide additional support for flexible hammock support member 16. The upper end of vertical support member 42 preferably includes a yoke having a substantially "Y-shaped" configuration which engages and supports the distal end of motorcycle hammock extension arm 14.