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Redverz Series II Expedition Tent

Redverz Tents put the comfort back into camping with the new Series II Expedition model, adding to the appeal of the original design which shelters riders, motorbikes and gear in comfort, out of the elements and under one roof.  With two inches more headroom than the original, nearly double the original square vestibule footage and convenient J-door entries, the Series II Expedition Tent offers you more.

Expedition-grade ripstop nylon ground cloth and floors offer superior protection, while the double wall design of the sleeping bay helps eliminate condensation. Double J-door entries to the sleeping bay simplify entry and exit, the Series II offers you more while packing to the same size and weight as the original Tenere tent. The spacious garage bay, designed for sheltering motorbikes, has evolved far beyond the original vision. The bay serves as a sheltered utility area for cooking and sitting area for down-time, as well as a storage area, workshop or dressing room with enough height to stand up and change gear.The unique design of the Redverz Tent provides a sheltered bay for your motorcycle to hide it from prying eyes and provides riders with a work space for tune ups.  Two spacious vestibules and an inner tent offer enough headroom to stand up and comfortably change or store gear and sleep two campers on a foot print that accommodates a queen size air bed.

Design:

  • Frame design creates nearly vertical inner tent walls; the result is spacious, area-wide headroom, enough to stand fully inside tent
  • Adventure motorcycle bay is designed to accommodate a full size adventure tourer with panniers
  • Hooped pole configuration stands up under high winds and creates an impressively roomy interior
  • Flow-through venting circulates air from one end of the tent to the other, ideal in hot climates
  • Rectangular floor plan optimizes usable space and allows comfortable sleeping, space for a queen size air bed
  • Quick, convenient and sheltered access through two doors and two large vestibules
  • Hybrid floor combines fully, factory sealed seams and bathtub curves to create a tough waterproof finish
  • Large vestibules improves livability
  • Simple 3 pole construction makes for easy setup and take down
  • Mixed pole sleeves and clips for fast speed setup

Details:

  • Anodized tent poles
  • Comes with guy lines and tighteners, stakes, pole bags, stake bags  and an easy-to-use compression stuff sack
  • Multiple storage options include inner pockets and hang loops
  • Large personalized storage for each occupant 

Dimensions:

  • 13 pounds
  • Packs down to just 21"x9"x9"

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Redverz Series II Expedition Tent 4.7 5 22 22
This product is durable and convenient The Redverz Series II Expedition Tent is quick and easy to set up. The first time out it proved itself by withstanding severe thunderstorms in North Carolina. I would recommend this product to anyone looking for a well-made and durable tent. August 4, 2014
Nice Tent Roomy tent for two plus gear and it will even house your bike. No need to worry about gear getting wet overnight while on your bike. Watch the videos, they are true to the tent. July 14, 2014
This tent rocks! First time out, wind and rain. I stayed totally dry in this tent along with my bike and gear. Plenty of room in this one. The sleeping compartment is easy to remove. I had to break camp in the rain and removed the sleeping compartment while the outer shell was still up keeping everything dry. You might want to travel your finger in front of the zipper, it seems to catch the fabric quite often. June 26, 2014
Quality Product, well thought out, packs well small and light, nice 'day room' This is a nice product, made of quality lightweight materials in a quality manner.... it's good stuff. Being a focused design with a smaller market it's going cost more and that's why I set the 'Bang for the Buck' rather average. But we all spend our money on our passions and I voted my dollars on this design. Motorcycle camping is compromises in bulkiness and weight vs. function. These are personal choices. This is a tent you might share between two riders, it has an excellent attached stand-up 'day room/garage' over bare ground in which to sit out a rainy day and just read a book... or perhaps provide some privacy for a bucket bath or other. The no floor in this room saves weight and bulk and you can spill & splash... it's grass. The sleeping area is top notch with a 100% fly cover, two entries, screen door and floor. The women in your life will really like this tent. Heck, I really like this tent. The tent erects quickly and can be packed quickly... a must when you're on the move every day. While I prefer totally self supporting tents for ease of moving and drying before packing, this tent isn't that. That is a compromise perhaps for that garage with no floor and I was willing to make it... no regrets... form follows function. This tent packs quickly and fits easily in a decent carry bag with room to spare.... all good. Could you camp and tent cheaper? Most definitely, but if you believe in voting on folks with good ideas, this is a very well designed/produced tent for motorcycle people and may fit your compromises well. April 28, 2014
This tent is simply the best there is. I just tried the tent for a short week. The tent could not be any better! So easy to set up! At this point (no need to hide the bike yet) just having enough head room to stand up/change, store the panniers and cook....makes it an absolute marvel. Will be departing on a year trip starting May 1st, when I will have full use of this marvel! March 31, 2014
Best tent ever We used it in our 12 day trip. The tent payed for its own by staying in campsites rather than hotels or motels, which are around $100 bucks a night. We also used it to go camping. In both occasions a thunderstorm hit us and the tent kept us dry even from the ground (we use a tarp under the sleeping area, I recommend that) but the material really keeps water out. The tents next to us got destroyed by the incoming winds from the thunderstorm, and flooded. I thought our tent was going to collapse at one point, because it bent in with the wind but it did not. I was really impressed. For us this is really the best tent ever. March 25, 2014
Awesome product ! Simple to pack as well ease to set up ,very good quality February 10, 2014
Excellent Quality The Expedition tent is just flat out great. All the features you need with no frills - just simply the best! Easy to erect; easy to pack. The added ground cloth fits perfectly and clips in place. Even the package speaks of professionalism and the best quality. I know that I will enjoy this for years to come. February 3, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Bruce G: I am planning on riding around the world and I wanted the practicality and security of this tent. I will get ease of mind knowing that all my valuables and my bike are inside with me at night, I have heard too many stories of people wiping the sleep out of their eyes only to find their precious belongings no longer where they left them. Aug 21, 2014
Brian D: I needed a tent that was big enough to comfortably hold me and all my gear for a 6,000 mile trip. And one in which I could set up and get out of the rain without making the living space wet. Also, thought it a great idea to be able to house the bike in the tent. Aug 14, 2014
Michael F: I'm thinking this the best tent for my rides. I like that the bike will be protected. I live in New Mexico and thunder storms in the afternoons and evenings. Aug 4, 2014
Mike S: Awesome if you have room to pack it. I use this on my BMW R1200GS and love it. Jul 22, 2014
Michael B: Ive been looking for something like this for a long time but could not find until now. The fact that I can fit my bike inside makes things alot easier during foul weather. Jul 18, 2014
C A: Like the idea that the bike will be out sight and under cover ð??? light weight compact and quick to erect Jul 3, 2014
Tina-Kevin M: I wanted a tent to keep the dew off of the bike and be able to keep an eye on my bike. Jun 21, 2014
Stanley R: The space and the ability to enclose your motorcycle Jun 11, 2014
chase m: lots of great reviews and finally got to see one in person. It was a must. Jun 3, 2014
Christopher P: Having the extra space while riding to Mexico from the Yukon was very helpful and made for better days in inclement weather May 14, 2014
A S: Leaving in a month for a year+ trip on GSA Adventure so I need a reputable and strong product, Tried/tested this tent for a couple days on a regular camping trip and decided that this was the one to take along on this adventure of a life time. Mar 8, 2014
L P: I wanted a tent that I could stand up in and still carry on a motorcycle. Also the extra room in the vestibule will be used as a sitting room/gear storage during bad weather. Mar 8, 2014
Eric C: Lightweight, motorcycle protection. Feb 13, 2014
Thomas C: saw one in use looked like a good idea and it was. Oct 25, 2013
Kim R: From my research on the web, this is the best tent for motorcycle camping. I want to try it out and confirm what other are saying. Oct 9, 2013
Ron C: We saw a few at BMW of Oregon rally in John Day, Oregon, June 2013.
And we have a friend who said, "You know, you can have more than one tent."
The Marmot tent we have says 3-person. What kind of people are they?
I'm a small individual but I am unfamiliar with the size of 3 people PLUS gear that could be comfortable in that tent.
My husband has plenty of room in Marmot when he travels solo on his motorcycle.
Dogs, motorcycle, gear, stuff, and I'll be able to find my toothbrush--good deal!
Sep 20, 2013
Marc G: Love it! Can't wait to take my GS to the mountains and camp with it. Aug 21, 2013
A S asked: Dumb question (yes this really is a dumb question). I'm getting one of these tents for a 6 week trip from revzilla. Which color? Yellow or green? Is there's some secret camping reason to get a certain color tent. Or is it totally a personal preference. Thanks for the input Apr 15, 2014
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Chris B: I think it's personal preference. The green would tend to blend into the land a little better; the yellow would stand out better. I got the green, but I'm in the Army, so most of my gear is green/black. But, at a campground or motorcycle rally, the yellow might be easier to see/find in a sea of tents. I haven't heard of any other advantages/disadvantages for the two colors. Hope this helps. BTW, the tent works great and really gives you quite a bit of room for a tent you can through on the back of a bike. Apr 16, 2014
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Annette S: I went with yellow because it's easier to find at a rally. I intend to use this tent for rallies where I'm going to be in one place for a few days. When I'm camping in state parks, I use a smaller, lighter LL Bean Mountain Light 3. The Redverz is pretty long with the vestibule (which is why I bought it) but it won't fit in tighter/smaller campsites with little designated pads.

FYI: On recreation.gov, they have photos of almost every campsite that you can reserve in the gov't system, so you can check out the pad space available on your phone. I've had trouble fitting my very small ML3 on some of the raised pads, so now I check it out if I have the opportunity to reserve in advance.
Jul 29, 2014
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Jordan P: I think it's just personal preference. I went with the green ten! I would recommend that you get the foot print that goes with the tent. You'll love the tent I used it last spring in the U.P. of Michigan and it was 32 about every night and we stayed pretty comfy!!! The ground cloth is what I mean by foot print. Apr 16, 2014
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James P: One of the main reasons that I picked this tent was so that i could be out of sight with my bike and gear.
I chose the green tent as it blends in well with the background.
The yellow is bright and would draw attention.
I spent 4 weeks in mine going from NY to Alaska last June.
Apr 17, 2014
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A S: Thanks for all the input. Think I'll go w the green for 2 reasons: won't show dirt as bad and the MAIN reason is the darker color will keep it darker inside in the morning sunshine. Thinking the yellow color will be so bright inside in the morning. So much for sleeping in Apr 16, 2014
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Jordan P: I think it's just personal preference. I went with the green ten! I would recommend that you get the foot print that goes with the tent. You'll love the tent I used it last spring in the U.P. of Michigan and it was 32 about every night and we stayed pretty comfy!!! Apr 16, 2014
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Garrett S: It's totally a personal preference. I went green to blen in a little better with nature. But again it's totally a personal preference. It's a great tent.

Garrett Smith.
Apr 16, 2014
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Moises S: Totally preference. Although, the green tent may not look as dirty as the yellow can, being that it's darker. Apr 16, 2014
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Ron C: I chose yellow. No real reason, I just like the fact that it stands out from the background. Apr 16, 2014
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A s: I'm sure it's a personal preference, I went with green thinking it would be more incognito. Apr 17, 2014
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dusan j: I love my yellow one. Apr 16, 2014
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Patricia M: Dear fellow rider color is very important,and defenelly is not a dumb question ,if you like to camp as the way i do green is the right choise becouse the yellow looks awesome after a few uses, but after a while yellow get stain especially if you are in a hurry and you have to pack it kind of wet , that is the reason military color is green covers the durty lol ! And always looks good , best regards and i hope this can help you .. Apr 16, 2014
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Bill B: Yellow reflects heat better. Looks way cooler. Easier on the eyes. Apr 16, 2014
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HARRY W: Light colors do reflect light better--but tents are made from translucent material not opaque. In my experience in direct sunlight darker colors block more light for improved shade and are cooler than lighter tents. Bedouins use very dark tents in the desert. May 18, 2014
A shopper asked: Can this tent be used without the vestibule? For example if the weather was nice and I didn't need the extra space for a one night stop could I set up the sleeping area only? May 11, 2014
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Dennis H: I don't see how that would be possible as the framework attaches to the
outer tent which is all one piece including the vestibule area.
Once you've perfected your system of set up and tear down, you can easily accomplish either one in 15 to 20 minutes without rushing. I used this tent for a trip last summer of 8 weeks & 4 days duration, covering over 17,000 miles in the process. I found it easy to set up and tear down and it kept me, my bike and all my gear dry. One stretch during the return trip I set up the tent in the rain, it rained all night, took down the tent in the rain, rode all day in the rain for 4 days in row.
I used a coleman inflatable twin mattress which I pumped up with 12 volt blower, and slept as comfortable as i would have in bed at home.

One of the big sell points of this tent for me was the fact that I could rest at night knowing that my bike and all my gear was out of view from anyone and I could charge my electronics from the bike aux power outlet without risking moisture damage from the dew or rain. It is a great tent, but of course only you can decide if it is right for you.
Good Luck and Ride Safe
May 11, 2014
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Ryan W: No you cannot. The vestibule and sleeping area are all one unit. You can remove the sleeping area out of the tent and create a larger vestibule area though. May 19, 2014
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Doug D: No. The tent sleeping area is suspended from the inner area of the vestibule. You could sleep in the vestibule minus the tent, not the other way around. May 11, 2014
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Gregory (Joe G.) B: You cannot use the tent without the front vestibule. However, the tent is easy to set up and take down. May 12, 2014
David W: No. The vestibule is integral to the tent, not detachable, and sets up as one piece. May 11, 2014
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Terry J: No, The inner tent wouldn't be waterproof and there would be no way to put it up. May 11, 2014
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Paul A: No sir, the vestibules are integrated. Jun 11, 2014
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Steve K: No. May 11, 2014
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A shopper asked: How much does this tent weigh? Jul 12, 2014
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Chris B: Redverz lists it at 13 lbs. 6 oz. packed weight on their site. I carry the ground cloth and awning kit, which adds a little more, but with a $450 tent, you'll want to protect the bottom...and the awning is great to open the tent and provide a 'front porch.' Jul 13, 2014
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Annette S: I just bought it at the BMW MOA rally in St.Paul after seeing over 30 of them dotting the landscape. It seemed heavier than 13 pounds, so before ever setting it up the first time, I weighed it and measured it. With the groundcloth, mine was 15 lbs. 10.5" x 22". Jul 29, 2014
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Antony S: 13 pounds

check out all the details of this product at http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/redverz-series-ii-expedition-tent
Jul 17, 2014
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Douglas B: Packed, you are looking at 13 to 14 pounds, but from a happy user, you will love this tent. The extra room is worth a few extra pounds. Jul 12, 2014
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Tina-Kevin M: It weighs 16 pounds with two ground cloths and the Redverz dry bag all together. The specs should have the weight without my extras. Jul 14, 2014
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Christopher P: The tent weighs 13.6 lbs Jul 15, 2014
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Kevin T: Its just over 13 lbs. Jul 12, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will the bay fit an Electric Glide Classic? Aug 7, 2014
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Donald G: Yes.... there is ample room for that bike. My R1150RT with saddle bags fit fine. This is a great camping tent. The front really has a lot of room for camping stuff. Most recent trip, it started to rain -I moved my vestibule stuff up front and moved my bike into the "drive thru.". I do suggest setting up the tent on flat ground with access for driving thru rather then backing out - I don't have a reverse..... Good Camping. Aug 8, 2014
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Dave W: I've been using this tent for 2 seasons now, and though I've never put my bike inside the bay, it definitely fits a GSA. If you get the measurements for one of these online from Motoraad, compare that to your EGC, should give you what you need to know.
On another note, once you've set up and taken this down a couple of times, it's easy under 10 minutes. Being able to stand up in it definitely elevates it to Cat's Ass status.
LOVE my Redverz
Aug 8, 2014
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Robert M: It fits my Ducati Multistrada front to back easy. Vertically it is a little tight. You should be able to dimensions for the multistrada. Hope that helps some. Aug 7, 2014
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Bill B: It should. I had no problem with my big boxy aluminum panniers on my adventure bike. Aug 7, 2014
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Jim B: Sorry - will the bike fit in the tent bay? Aug 8, 2014
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Troy H: Yes can fit it in a saddle bag or rack. Aug 7, 2014
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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Yellow 889379 NET01YW In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Green 889378 NET01GN In Stock: Ships within 24 hours