Cover Your Bike While You Camp

May 2015, Denver, Colorado - Redverz Gear, innovator of the industry’s original motorcycle tent, has expanded its line ofgear to include a slimmed down version of the most versatile motorcycle tent on earth.  With room to sleep just one, The Solo Expedition Tent appeals specifically to the lone traveler. Alternatively, the company’s Atacama Expedition Tent sleeps up to three.  Both designs afford riders the luxury of a garage to park the bike, make repairs or wait out a storm.  Which tent is for you? Simple.  Are you solo? Or do you play well with others? 

 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.   At just 12 feet and 3 inches in length overall, the entire Solo Expedition Tent fits more easily into smaller predetermined camp spaces and the lighter pack weight makes The Solo ideal when every ounce counts.

 “The essence of motorcycle travel is simple, stripped down.  We ride and camp to feel free.   The design of our tents adds to that feeling of freedom, literally gives you room to breath.  Creating a solo version was always on the horizon, it was just a matter of when,” says Kevin Muggleton, owner of Redverz Gear who also shares that,  “The Solo is officially my go-to tent.” 


The flexible hoop design is rated for 3-seasons and offers unbeatable performance in wind and rain.  4000mm hydrostatic head on the outer fly and 10,000mm waterproofing on the sleeping bay floor keep riders dry and secure.  Both entry doors pair a privacy panel with mosquito mesh to allow for complete closure or ventilation with bug protection.    

 The renowned Redverz garage design remains unchanged at 102 inches long by 36 inches wide. Your bike will fit.  Your lounge will be spacious.  Your workshop will be ample.  

More information visit

Visit us on Facebook -

Back to blog

Leave a comment