My tent is my castle!
For a solo cyclist I have a fairly large tent. The Hilleber nallo 3 Yup its a 3 person all season tent all to myself. I'm a little claustrophic but also think that a tent should be spacious when its your home from home in all weather, the last thing I want is to have to lie down for 15 hours in a 1 person tent during a rest day for example.
I love the Hilleberg, the craftsmanship and materials are great and its well thought out, good ventilation and easy to set up. And at just under 3kg for a 3 person tent with footprint its fairly lightweight.
The only down side is that the tent is not self supporting, it would be nice to only use the inner tent when in the tropics, if I ever feel rich enough I might buy a 2 person tent like the Hubba Hubba or something similar for use in warmer/dryer countries.
My sleepingmat is an Exped downmat 7, Light, comfortable, compact and in conjunction with the chair kit makes a nice seat (which also can be used inside my tent:)
My sleepingbag is a custom made bag from Tatteljee not the lightest or best looking sleepingbag around but its warm and spacious, I can't handle a real mummy sleepingbag I get very claustrophic if I cant move my feet and knee's. There's always something unique about getting measured up for a sleepingbag in a small dusty shop somewhere in a trading estate:). Tatteljee use high quality down and you get alot more choice when its made to measure.
My stove an Optimus nova+ multifuel burner. It works, thats all I have to say about that.....well almost, its noisy, didn't sudder very well at altitude and the valve always get stuck close if I turn it off with fuel still in the line. Apart from that is an ok burner but not much to write home about.
Pans: I have the optimus terra pan set include insulating cover...they work fine too, the cover allows you to keep your pasta/rice warm while your frying up the other bits and bobs, pretty handy really. I usually eat out of the pan so I dont have a plate/bowl.
Spork(titanium): yup I have one fo those wierd spoon/fork combinations I think it works great, even with soup.