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At $399 USD this tent seems almost like a compulsory purchase for anyone considering a cross-country trek on two-wheels. Hell it might even come in handy when the Mrs gets upset about you spending too much time with your bike and kicks you out of the house.

The only real drawback I can see is that the bike might fall on you in the night but so long as you make sure it’s on the kick-stand leaning away from you, you should be safe. Unless your tent gets bumped by a wild animal in the night.

The Ténéré Expedition Tent sleeps two in relative comfort and has a maximum ceiling height of 76″ (193cm) in the motorcycle bay and the sleeping area is 89″x76″ (226cm x 170cm), which should be enough for all but the huskiest of bikers.

Available from the Nomad tent company HERE

Ténéré Expedition Tent™ Specs

Specification

Description

Seasons3-season
Design typeHoop Design, Non-freestanding
Sleeping Capacity3
Fly / footprint pitch weight6 oz.
Average minimum weight13 lbs.
Average packaged weight13 lbs. 6 oz.
Average weight – metric6.03 kilograms
Maximum width100 inches
Maximum width – metric254 cm
Maximum length177 inches
Maximum length449 centimeters
Floor dimensions – metric229 x 127 centimeters
Floor area30 square feet
Sleeping Bay89(100) x 67 inches
Sleeping Bay – metric226(254) x 170 centimeters
Motorcycle Bay100 x 50 inches
Motorcycle Bay – metric254 x 127 centimeters
Vestibule area10.4 square feet (9.25sq ft smaller)
Vestibule area – metric.96 square meters (.86 sq m smaller)
Vestibules2
Peak height76 inches
Peak height – metric193 centimeters
Doors4
Floor fabricPolyester 120g
Rainfly fabricCoated ripstop nylon 210T
Number of poles3
Pole materialAluminum 7001 T6, shock cord
Pole diameter11millimeters
Packed size8 x 21 inches
Packed Size – metric20 x 53 centimeters 

 

 

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