Redverz Atacama Expedition Tent
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Redverz Atacama Expedition Tent

The ultimate Adventure Touring accessory to bring some creature comforts and civility with you on the trail. Redverz tents offer a safe, secure and comfortable place for you and your bike to rest up out of the weather. The Atacama Expedition Tent is the luxury suite of motorcycling tents to make your trip more enjoyable.


  • Larger sleeping area accommodates 3 people and allows for lengthwise sleeping
  • Advanced mesh technology resists snags better
  • 9 inch pegs are longer, more versatile and stronger
  • Additional venting dramatically reduces condensation
  • Storage pouches allow Hi Visibility guy ropes to be completely tucked away

While reducing the overall length of the tent by 6”, the extended sleeping bay of The Atacama Expedition Tent allows for both crosswise and lengthwise sleeping orientation. The sleeping bay now sleeps three. The small vestibule has been annexed into the sleeping bay, adding 23 inches and enabling each camper to use a separate door when entering and exiting the tent. No more crawling over your mate, unless of course you like that type of thing. Increased airflow and fewer bugs result in a more comfortable lounge. The Atacama Expedition Tent has added mesh in the garage vestibule door. Choose total privacy or simple mesh to meet your needs. 

Redverz now offers 2 different purpose-fitting groundsheets for the Atacama tent. Select the Sleeping Bay groundsheet, the Garage groundsheet, or both- sold separately. 


  • Entire tent packs down to just 21" x 9"
  • Tent weight of 14 lbs 6 oz includes poles, tent and rain fly
4.9 / 5
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4.7 / 5
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5 / 5
Great Motorcycle Tent, plus Car Camping as well.
We purchased for the Sturgis Trip. First night Hail, High Winds, Rain. 2015 Street Glide with detachable Tour Pack Fit right inside. Other Campers got soaked but we were Dry. Tent Swayed as designed but no Problems, Easy setup. Love this Tent, plenty of room Queen size Air Mattress, gear,Bike. Walked around Straight up, would Highly Recommend.
August 13, 2015
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Look at all the other camp tents, then buy this one
In preparation for a trip to Santa Fe, NM and Durango, CO last week, I spent a lot of time shopping for a tent that was large enough for me, my wife and our gear, because my current two-person tent just wasn't going to be large enough.

I looked at a lot of tents. Mostly 3 to 4-person tents. I wanted a large vestibule to store our gear and if necessary large enough for us to sit in, if it rained. The tent needed to pack down small enough to fit on my rear rack and I didn't want it to be too heavy. I searched all the best camping suppliers like REI, Back Country, Campmor, LL Bean and others. They all had draw-backs for my purposes. They either had a low roof height, little or no vestibule or if they had a large vestibule, it came at the price of a large pack size and/or they were heavy. I've known about the Redverz tent for several years, but never really gave it serious consideration...until now. I started watching You Tube videos about the tent and Anthony's review here. Once I realized that it had a very respectable pack size (about 24-26 inches long by about 10 in diameter and a weight of about 16 pounds#, I began to give it more serious consideration, because for the size, it offered more than any other tent that I had looked at...more room, more height, more features, easy set up and take-down. And no other tent offered a garage for our bike ;-).

Here are some things that I like: Easy set up...three poles, easy packing...the tent is really not fussy about how you fold it up...just roll the sides over about three times from each side, roll it up and put it in the stuff sack...easy. The living quarters are plenty large enough for at least 3 people, four if no one is too large. My wife and I used the "garage" for our gear and a porch while we waited out the rain. I'm six foot and had plenty of headroom. Another nice feature is that the tie-down ropes have storage pockets built into the tent. Nit-pick here is that the pockets on the ends are smaller than the side pockets, making it a bit difficult to store the rope #weird# I recommend spending the extra money on the ground covers for both the garage and tent. This tent isn't cheap, but for me, it offered the most tent, with the least pack size and weight for the money. If you want a high quality tent for any adventure that is easy to set up and take down, with second-to-none construction and features, this one should definitely be on the top of your list.
July 20, 2015
1 year ago
2013 Triumph Tiger Explorer
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Exceeded Expectations
I am a former Marine who researches every piece of kit I buy. I spend hours on forums, or reading the most recent motorcycle magazines in order to ensure my money supports the best product for me.

This tent is exceptional. I went on a trip without practicing putting it up prior to embarking (I usually just slide into a bivy sack and rack out), and was able to set this thing up in the rain without an issue.

The design is great. You can set it up in inclement weather which, if you lay it out properly, rain/snow will not get inside the sleeping quarters. I could use a few more pockets to place items (they have two decent pockets inside the tent), but I like having order inside my tent.

My friends initially thought I was nuts to buy such a large tent, but once they realize that I am usually within 1-2lbs of their tents, BUT I get massive size to work on my bike, they ask right away where to buy one.

I've noticed that Redverez now makes a one person tent. I don't tolerate people well, and usually travel alone, but I can say that the weight different between the one person and the 2-3 person isn't large enough to concern me (maybe if you are sub 500cc it might be a better idea to get the one person).

If you are looking for a tent for your motorcycle adventure, please consider this one. Revzilla is still fantastic. I ordered with free shipping and received in 2 days.)
June 24, 2015
2010 Ducati Streetfighter 1100 S
Cant ask for something better
Before riding a 5000k miles trip around Utah, Arizona, California, Nevada and Colorado I looked for 2 month and saw so many tents. When I found this one I asked to my self if was worse to spend so much money. Trust me is imposible to regret about it. Is so well design and perfect to mount it in all kind of weather. Super easy.
I was happy that I bought the groundsheet (helps so badly for keeping your tent clean and is so easy to leave it on or take it before folding. The awning kit is really good to specially to hang out at your rest area.
July 14, 2015
1 year ago
2011 Triumph Sprint GT 1050
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Best tent for motorcycle camping, but works great without a bike as well.
High-quality, easy-to-assemble, compact, relatively lightweight, waterproof, sturdy, and designed very thoughtfully. There's really nothing to love. I fit my Triumph Tiger 800 in the garage area, and I can stand up in the living area. It packs up small enough to bungee to my motorcycle. I've been rained on in high winds and stayed very comfortable. This is the best tent I've ever used. Get the sleeping area groundsheet to protect the underside from rocks.
July 7, 2015
1 year ago
2013 Triumph Tiger 800
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
expsensive tent, well worth the price
I bought this tent for 2 person camping with my wife, she is not into camping at all but this tent made camping okay since their is alot of room inside the tent. Constructuon of the tent is top notch. It packs down small for its actually size. It is a LARGE tent though. Fits perfectly on my bumot r1200gs pannier lid. Its a win in the books for me
May 18, 2015
2005 BMW R1200GS
Very Good Tent
The Redverz tent is a good one, we have a smaller back packing tent we used for several years but we were tired of crawling in and out and trying to get dressed in it.
If you have room to haul this one you you will like it.
We dont park our bikes in it but use the garage to sit in and with the garage foot print you keep things out of the dirt.
July 19, 2016
6 months ago
2010 BMW G650GS
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Great tent for the money
This was obviously designed with a lot of thought going into utility, easy of use, and quality construction. Has held up well in adverse conditions and provides just the right amount of space for comfortable extended camping trips. Easy to set up, staking the guy lines and getting tension right takes the longest amount of time. 20 minutes to set up first time without using the instructions, average 10-15 now.
September 8, 2015
1 year ago
2015 Kawasaki KLR650
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
This tent performed exactly the way I hoped it would.
Rode to Sturgis 2015, had bike parked in garage section, didn't worry when hail came through with late night storm. Had plenty of room inside and for gear although tent packs down fairly small.
September 7, 2015
1 year ago
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Love This Tent
This is a quality made tent, with great features for a longer camping trip.

I have a much smaller tent I use for quick trips, but when I am on a longer bike camping trip this is my definite go-to tent.

It is well made, intelligently designed, and while big, it isn't so big as to be a problem strapping it to the back of a bike along with the rest of your luggage.
April 4, 2016
2004 Triumph Thruxton
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Why did you choose this?
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If you have ever seen one set up, you wouldn't be asking why I purchased it!
Phillip G on Sep 30, 2016
reviews and contained security at campsites
David m on Jun 28, 2016
If you have ever seen one set up, you wouldn't be asking why I purchased it!
Phillip G on Sep 30, 2016
Excellent tent! very spacious and well engineered. Easy to pitch
Sarim K on Jul 29, 2016
reviews and contained security at campsites
David m on Jun 28, 2016
Best tent I've ever owned
David L on Jun 26, 2016
Protection for Harley Davidson Sportster 1200T, full headroom and room for one person with extra space for gear.
david d on Jun 16, 2016
I liked the idea of being able to stand up in the tent, as well as having a vestibule to protect my bike. The large sleeping area gives me ample room to store all my gear out of the elements and if need be, the shell can be used for a garage by detaching the inner shell.
xd2rsha on Jun 15, 2016
I have not had a chance to use this product as of yet, and really don't have any feedback at this time. I am going to be taking on a 15000 mile trip in September and October 2016. Once I have used I will be able to give actual feedback. Thanks
Joseph C on May 28, 2016
This tent should be perfect for my husband and son's next Touratech rally. They can sleep, store their gear, a little shelter for the bike, and have plenty of space for anything else they can think of. Best of all, should hold up under all weather conditions. They can't wait to use it!!!
Teresa47 on May 11, 2016
Watched extensive Youtube videos and loved so many things. The ease of setup, the idea of having my bike protected, the pack size and more. I struggled with the idea of buying a $500 tent, but knowing that its a quality product makes it an easier pill to swallow.
The Villain on May 10, 2016
Looks very functional and my brother highly recommended it. I've heard green doesn't attract bugs as much as the bright yellow. We'll see?
Buster3669 on Apr 26, 2016
I love this tent. Well thought out and designed. Sleeping area is large enough for three people (four if you're all really good friends) and is super easy to set up and take down. It is large when stowed, about 1.5 times the size of a rolled sleeping bag. I strongly recommend purchasing the sleeping area ground sheet to protect your investment.
Jeff C on Apr 25, 2016
We've been through a few different tents, always large enough to stand up im, and most of them have been instant Tents. The problem was their bulk. this tent should fulfill our needs for 2 people on double high queen mattress, as well as a place for our two border collies and our gear.
Jess H on Apr 18, 2016
Great sleeping area, best vestibule for this type of tent, allows me to stand-up and change clothes rather than be forced to do it sitting down in a smaller tent, I can store all my gear in the vestibule - including my bike if I want to. Better option than my MSR tent when I take my girl touring with me. Great reviews and quality reputation.
Dean F on Mar 24, 2016
wanted a tent that could be raised in the rain without getting wet inside plus I wanted to stand up in the tent.
Craig M on Mar 19, 2016
This tent has a lot of room but packs fairly compact. The area for the garage is a great location for dirty boots and provides a nice place to sit out of the weather.
Steven K on Feb 23, 2016
Reputable make and top notch design
William M on Feb 17, 2016
its got a lot of people recommending it and more importantly as i get older i like to stand up to put my pants on.
Stephen C on Nov 30, 2015
Best value for the money.
George T on Nov 27, 2015
I saw it on youtube
CESAR R on Nov 11, 2015
Great tent for motorcycle touring. I used it for 6 weeks from VA to Alaska with my father and it was easy to set up and take down. The space allowed us to keep all our gear out of the weather and sleep comfortably.
" " on Oct 17, 2015
wanted tent without rain fly for setup in rain and also wanted to be able to stand upright and have a dry space during wet weather. Used to be in marine corps and want a dry space to be able to unload and load up bike on long trips
andre z on Oct 11, 2015
Looking at these for awhile ...currently own a very good tent(Exped Orion 3)but cannot stand up in it...that was the deciding factor...the Redverz I can stand up and stretch in and according to all reports is very good quality...camping the end of this month will give you a ride report after the trip.
cannuck on Oct 9, 2015
I am planning on traveling on my motorcycle. This seems like just what I need.
BC048 on Sep 7, 2015
Small size for traveling & big size for camping, able to stand up inside
Pete E on Aug 31, 2015
Great design, great reviews, great company, great price for what you get.
Adam M on Aug 20, 2015
I have been looking for a tent that's compact and that will provide shelter for my bike when not in use.
Venessa G on Jun 11, 2015
I am taking a 6,300 mile cross country trip on my VFR800 in July. To save cost I will be camping most of the trip. The Atacama tent is great quality and was designed for adventure motorcycling.
Michael V on Jun 1, 2015
I've seen this tent in person at the IMS show, done tons of research, and debated buying it for months. I am finally biting the bullet. I am convinced this is going to be a great tent for both motorcycle camping and camping in general.
Paul B on May 20, 2015
Because a lot of the other "pop" tents are so small there is no room to stand up and change or hang wet gear
Diane J on May 6, 2015
One of best rated cycle tents with protection from elements.
Frederick W on Apr 15, 2015
Because it's awesome. I had the Expedition II, which I sold when I moved across the country. I now need another Redverz tent because my life is incomplete without one.
Francis L on Apr 7, 2015
I have talked to many people that have them. They all rave about them!!
This allows me to stand up in the tent garage area to put on my gear.
I am too old to roll around on a tent floor trying to put on my riding gear!!
Sid G on Mar 20, 2015
Because it is an awesome Tent.
Wesley P on Mar 3, 2015
Best motor cycling camp tent - tall enough, bike protection, can be used for normal camping of course.
A s on Feb 16, 2015
Reviews of this style tent over the past three years. The new model looks like it will meet my needs nicely.
John R on Jan 29, 2015
Did some heavy research and all the reviews point to the Redverz line of tents. As my wife and I are getting older it is getting harder to get into the smaller two person tents. This will serve two goals one for our motorcycle touring adventures and our car camping with our dogs. I find the built in garage as a huge saleing point. Looking forward to trying it out on our next outing.
Terry B on Jan 28, 2015
Excellent tent! very spacious and well engineered. Easy to pitch
Sarim K on Jul 29, 2016
Best tent I've ever owned
David L on Jun 26, 2016
Can it be set up so the "garage vestibule" is wide enough for two bikes?
Daniel M on Jan 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This is tough. I suppose if you put them at an angle you might be able to squeeze 2 in there. I know that's not really helpful, but I don't think anyone can give you a solid answer on that because of different bike sizes.
I ride goldwings and love to travel. Will they fit in the garage section?
Jim W on Jan 12, 2015
What are the main differences between the Redverz Atacama and the Redverz Series 2? i notice a $50 price varience, and both come in green or yellow. What else?
Travis L on Dec 20, 2014
BEST ANSWER: First of all, we don't have it yet, although they charged us for it. I was going to call them today. However, the difference is in the vestibule. The one in the sleeping area is gone and that makes the tent interior bigger. Also there is a new screen in the opposite end so you can sit inside and still see out if say it was night and the bugs were bad. I
What color did you choose and why?
Anjeanette B on Jun 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I chose the green. I didn't want everyone to see such a large tent for miles around and didn't want the bugs attracted to the bright yellow color.
Does it come with a dry bag for storage? Thanks
22penguins on Oct 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Excellent Tent. It comes with a standard nylon bag. However many purchasers including myself, purchase the Redverz dry bag. Also a great product and the tent and groundsheets fit perfectly.
Does this tent have a rainfly cover...? What happens when the weather is wet? Does the rain come right through the tent?
Richard B on Aug 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: What you see is essentially the rain fly. There is an internal tent that is already attached inside. It can be removed but not set up independent of the whole shelter. The poles and structure hold the fly up, and the separate internal tent clips to that. Long and short, water does not come through the tent. Now the garage portion is a bit different. The fly is all there is for the vestibule, but that's normal. Never had water start dripping through though, but I am sure it would if you touched it.
How tall is the garage area? I ride a fatbob with 18" bars on 2" raisers bring my height in at just under 5' 6". Wann makes sure I'll fit.
A shopper on May 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The inside height of the tent is 77"and the door width is 38". I have never measured the door opening height but, I you should be just fine if your height is only 5'6". This tent has a ton of room in it. I ride my BMW R1200GS right in with panniers and all attached.
Hey what a great idea do they make them for 2 Bikes?
A shopper on Jun 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi not to my knowledge , I've used in considerably across Australia on two up touring (Multistrada 1200). Is a tad on the large for two up but if you're smart no problems on stowage, easy to erect, waterproof and the best bit is you can stand up.
How big is the vestibule? I have a bike w sidecar which is 5ft wide x 7ft long and 5ft high.
Sophie S on Mar 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Will not fit in through the door opening. Door opening is about 4feet. But I use the vestibule as my changing room. Love the tent. Great investment