Redverz Tent — Series II Expedition Review http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/redverz-series-ii-expedition-tent?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=Redverz_Tent_Series_II_Expedition The Redverz Series II Expedition Tent was designed by motorcyclists for motorcyclists. The Redverz Tent is one of the only tents in the world that is designed to safely secure the rider, all their gear AND their motorcycle. The hoop-design tent is an easy 3-pole design that goes up in less than 10 minutes and creates waterproof shelter with the double wall construction. Unlike most tents that use a separate rain fly to provide waterproofing, the exterior of the tent is waterproof, and the sleeping chamber hangs from the inside of the tent when set up. This allows the rider to set up the tent quickly and have access to dry shelter at the same time, even in heavy rains and wind. Once constructed, the Redverz Expedition Tent is tall enough for a 6’4″ person to stand up inside and the sleeping area is large enough to accommodate a queen size air mattress. 2 additional vestibules allow for all gear to be zipped safely away and out of sight to prying eyes. For pack-ability, the 3 alu tent poles are 21″ long, and can be packed in the provided tent stuff sack or strapped down separately for packing into panniers or saddlebags. When Kevin Muggleton, 10 year National Geographic photographer / videographer, developed this tent, it truly seems he has thought of everything the all-world motorcycle adventure tourer or weekend warrior could need in a packable, lightweight and spacious tent design.