Designed to accommodate a single camper, The Solo is more compact while remaining notoriously spacious. The legendary Redverz garage remains unchanged, featuring area-wide headroom, a height tall enough to stand in, and room to house a fully loaded adventure bike.
Solo travel is uncomplicated and intensely rewarding. The same can be said for The Solo Expedition Tent. Two-pole construction makes for fast and easy set up and one less pole lightens the load. Double-wall construction and a bathtub floor in the Solo sleeping bay affords maximum nighttime comfort and protection in a smaller foot print, 90 inches x 41 inches to be exact.
Both entry doors pair a privacy panel with mosquito mesh to allow for complete closure or ventilation with bug protection.
Price for The Solo Expedition Tent is $449. The Atacama Expedition Motorcycle Tent is $499. For more information, visit Redverz.com.
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2 thoughts on Purpose-built Tents for Motorcycle Camping
We have this tent and love it! It is so worth the money. We were in Colorado last year and got stuck at our campground for a couple of days due to an injury and lots of rain. We were able to pull the bike out and use that entire area for our little camp chairs and just relax and wait out the rain. It has kept us dry in more than one torrential downpour. It has traveled from Ohio to Maine and back, to South Dakota, Colorado and everywhere in between. It’s a great tent!
This is something I’ll be keeping in mind when my husband and I get to go on longer rides. It’s a clever idea. When we went to Scotland, we saw lots of folks stopping at B&Bs with their bikes, trying to squeeze them under any cover they could find to keep their seats dry overnight, and something light like this probably would have helped there too. I have to store my bike outside here at home, and here’s a picture of the tent I have it in. It’s very heavy and definitely not for traveling, but for at-home use, it kept hail off my bike when it was brand new!