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Series II Expedition Tent provides shelter for you and your motorbike

Series II Expedition Tent prov...
The Series II Expedition Tent keeps you and your motorbike safe from the elements
The Series II Expedition Tent keeps you and your motorbike safe from the elements
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The Series II Expedition Tent is available for US$449.00
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The Series II Expedition Tent is available for US$449.00
The garage bay also doubles up as a utility area for cooking
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The garage bay also doubles up as a utility area for cooking
The Series II Expedition Tent features enough room for a motorbike or two, and up to three people
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The Series II Expedition Tent features enough room for a motorbike or two, and up to three people
The Series II Expedition Tent should enable all but the tallest of campers to stand upright
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The Series II Expedition Tent should enable all but the tallest of campers to stand upright
The Series II Expedition Tent keeps your bike dry while you sleep
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The Series II Expedition Tent keeps your bike dry while you sleep
When packed into a carry bag, the Series II Expedition Tent weighs 13 lbs (6 kg)
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When packed into a carry bag, the Series II Expedition Tent weighs 13 lbs (6 kg)
The Series II Expedition Tent measures measures 10 x 21 inches (23 x 53 cm) when packed into its bag
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The Series II Expedition Tent measures measures 10 x 21 inches (23 x 53 cm) when packed into its bag
Setup is said to be quick, and involves a three-pole construction process
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Setup is said to be quick, and involves a three-pole construction process
The Series II Expedition Tent can house a rider, two additional people, and a motorcycle or two
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The Series II Expedition Tent can house a rider, two additional people, and a motorcycle or two
The Series II Expedition Tent is rated as a three-season tent
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The Series II Expedition Tent is rated as a three-season tent
The Series II Expedition Tent sleeps two people comfortably, or three at a squeeze
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The Series II Expedition Tent sleeps two people comfortably, or three at a squeeze
There’s a mosquito and privacy door integrated
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There’s a mosquito and privacy door integrated
The tent has a peak height of 77 inches (195 cm)
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The tent has a peak height of 77 inches (195 cm)
The garage bay doubles up as a utility area for cooking
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The garage bay doubles up as a utility area for cooking
The Series II Expedition Tent contains four doors
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The Series II Expedition Tent contains four doors
The frame design creates almost vertical inner tent walls
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The frame design creates almost vertical inner tent walls
Setup is said to be quick, and involves a three-pole construction process
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Setup is said to be quick, and involves a three-pole construction process
The Series II Expedition Tent should be small and light enough to carry on your motorcycle
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The Series II Expedition Tent should be small and light enough to carry on your motorcycle
The Series II Expedition Tent keeps your bike dry while you sleep
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The Series II Expedition Tent keeps your bike dry while you sleep
The Series II Expedition Tent is rated as a three-season tent
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The Series II Expedition Tent is rated as a three-season tent
The Series II Expedition Tent features enough room for a motorbike or two, and up to three people
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The Series II Expedition Tent features enough room for a motorbike or two, and up to three people
The Series II Expedition Tent can house a rider, two additional people, and a motorcycle or two
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The Series II Expedition Tent can house a rider, two additional people, and a motorcycle or two
The garage bay also doubles up as a utility area for cooking
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The garage bay also doubles up as a utility area for cooking
The Series II Expedition Tent keeps you and your motorbike safe from the elements
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The Series II Expedition Tent keeps you and your motorbike safe from the elements
The garage bay also doubles up as a utility area for cooking
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The garage bay also doubles up as a utility area for cooking
The sleeping bay measures 89 x 67 inches (226 x 170 cm)
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The sleeping bay measures 89 x 67 inches (226 x 170 cm)

If you enjoy camping out with your motorbike but would prefer that your pride and joy stays safely sheltered from the elements while you sleep, then the Series II Expedition Tent by Redverz Gear may be of interest. It has the capacity to house you, your motorbike, and a friend or two.

When packed away into a carry bag, the three-season Series II Expedition Tent weighs 13 lbs (6 kg) and measures 10 x 21 inches (23 x 53 cm). However, once assembled, it’s quite sizable at 100 x 201 inches (254 x 510 cm) and makes for a surprisingly versatile shelter.

The garage bay doubles up as a utility area for cooking
The garage bay doubles up as a utility area for cooking

The tent is manufactured from ripstop nylon, with a double wall designed to eliminate condensation. There’s a mosquito and privacy door integrated, and the interior of the Series II Expedition Tent should provide enough room to sleep two people in comfort, or three at a squeeze.

The garage bay area looks good for up to two motorbikes inside, and it also doubles up as a utility area for cooking. Judging by the video below, the Series II Expedition Tent enables all but the tallest of campers to stand fully upright – which should make it a little easier to get dressed in the mornings.

The Series II Expedition Tent will set you back US$449.00.

Source: Redverz Gear via Bless This Stuff

Series II Expedition Tent Walk through - The Original Motorcycle Tent

15 comments
Slowburn
Having the bike's cooling engine warming the tent could be pleasant.
coastwalker
Never mind a Motorbike!, it would probably make a pretty good tent to keep a telescope in at a star party.
socalboomer
Also looks like a GREAT idea for a place to get wet stuff off and clean up a tad before going into the tent "proper" . . . common sense idea - surprised it hasn't come up before. :D
Gary McMurray
could be good to fit wheelchairs too
Peter Clifford
I'd be scared of it falling on me in the night. Depends on a good stand of course and no soft ground. May not be a rational fear but...
Denis Klanac
Sleeping with petrol fumes wouldn't be so pleasant though.
ihateorange
Designed for hipsters that only take their bikes out in the dry. And the bike falling over is not an irrational fear. I always park mine with enough room not to hit my tent if it falls over. Slightly higher version of Kyhams Biker tent. Useful porch space but leave the bike outside
Harley Dave
Agree that the falling-over scenario is a valid one - I had this happen to me many years ago with my MotoGuzzi California. Now I ride a Harley (with no centre-stand) so this would not be an issue. I have the Kyham Biker tent so can vouch for the usefulness of the design. The Kyham just needs more height Cheers Dave
morongobill
I got a big laugh when I saw the tent "staked" down in the sand dunes. Very nice photos in the gallery section. Otherwise this is perfect for motorcycle and car camping. Probably too heavy for touring bicyclists but perfect for motorized transport. Twice the price of the Khyam, but taller by far. I want one.
Doug Maidens
Cool idea for the bikers out there.