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Redverz Atacama SOLO Expedition Tent

The Solo Expedition Tent ™

Sorry but we will not have any stock of the Redverz Solo tent until 2023 so please do not order before February 2023

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Product code: 101232

Manufacturers code: Redverz Atacama SOLO Tent

Brand: Redverz

The Solo Expedition Tent 

Sorry but we will not have any stock of the Redverz Solo tent until 2023 so please do not order before February 2023

For those who have perfected the art of being alone Redverz Gear introduces a one-person tent, The Solo Expedition Motorcycle Tent.  The original Redverz design has shed a few pounds and inches, resulting in a more compact tent with a 90” x 41” sleeping area, just right for a single camper. The legendary Redverz garage remains unchanged at 102” x 36” with area-wide headroom, tall enough to stand in and house a fully loaded adventure or cruiser bike.

With one-person capacity, The Solo Expedition Motorcycle Tent is designed specifically for the lone camper. The slimmed down version of the industries original motorcycle tent affords a solo rider the luxury of a garage to park the bike, a workshop to make repairs or a lounge to wait out a storm.

Solo travel is simple, uncomplicated and intensely rewarding - so is 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 comfort and protection in a smaller foot print.  90 inches by 41 inches to be exact.   At just 12 feet and 3 inches in length overall, the Solo Expedition Tent fits more easily into smaller predetermined camp spaces and with a lighter pack weight than previous designs, The Solo is ideal when every ounce counts.   

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.  Multi-functional doors combine a privacy panel and mesh to allow for either complete closure or bug protection and ventilation. 

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





Design type

Hoop Design, Non-freestanding

Sleeping Capacity


Ground sheet weight

6 oz.

Average minimum weight

11 lbs 6oz

Average packaged weight

12 lbs

Average weight - metric

5.4 kg

Maximum width


Maximum width - metric


Maximum length


Maximum length - metric


Sleep Area 

25.5 ft2

Sleep Area - metric


Sleeping Bay

90" x 41" 

Sleeping Bay - metric

2.3m x 1.0m

Motorcycle Bay

102" x 36"

Motorcycle Bay - metric

2.6m x 0.9m

Vestibule area

102"(max) tapers to 46" x 57"

Vestibule area - metric

2.6m (max) tapers to 1.2m x 1.4m


 Peak height


 Peak height - metric




 Floor fabric

 Rip Stop Nylon 70D 190T 10000mm

 Rainfly fabric

 Coated ripstop nylon 68D 210T 4000mm

 Inner Tent fabric

 75D 190T/P  breathable

 Mosquito Netting

 Mesh B3

 Number of poles


 Pole material

 Aluminum 7001 T6, shock cord

 Pole diameter

 11mm (2) 

 Packed size

 7 x 21 in

 Packed Size - metric

 18 x 53 cm

The Solo Expedition Tent - Setup Instructions


  • A one-person capacity, 90" x 41" sleeping bay comfortably sleeps one camper
  • Motorcycle garage accommodates a range of motorcycles, including a full size adventure tourer with panniers or Harley Ultra Classic and functions also as workshop or lounge 
  • Flexible hoop design performs well in high winds
  • Tent frame design creates nearly vertical inner tent walls resulting in a spacious garage with area-wide headroom, tall enough to stand up inside the tent
  • Rectangular floor plan optimizes usable space
  • 2 distinct, purpose-fitted ground sheets are available for either the garage or sleeping area, or both 
  • Flow-through venting circulates air from one end of the tent to the other, ideal in hot climates
  • Two J-Doors, one large and one small, complete with mesh panel, offer convenient access into and out of the tent 
  • Hybrid floor combines fully factory-sealed seams and bathtub curves to create a tough waterproof finish
  • Unsurpassed comfort, storage and security are afforded by the large vestibule and versatile motorcycle bay 

Set Up

  • Tent set up instructions sewn conveniently into bag, cannot be misplaced 
  • Simple 2 pole construction makes for easy setup and takedown
  • The 2 poles are identical and interchangeable, eliminating the chance for inserting the wrong pole into a sleeve
  • Mixed use of pole sleeves and pole clips make for speedier setup


  • Superior quality, anodized tent poles
  • Tent purchase includes guy lines with tightener and stow bags, stakes, stake bag, poles, pole bag and an easy-to-use compression stuff sack.  Waterproof Redverz Gear dry bags and ground cloths are sold separately 
  • Multiple storage options include inner pockets and hang loops

Pack Size & Weight

  • Entire tent packs down to just 21"x7"
  • Tent weight of 12 lbs includes poles, tent and rainfly 
  • Unique design allows for use as a minimalist shelter with just the rainfly, groundsheet (sold separately) and poles

Footprints for both the garage and sleeping area of the Solo Expedition Tent are available.

custom fit Groundsheet for the Sleeping bay of the Solo Expedition tent - redverz 


Groundsheets extend the life of your tent floor and protect against damaging abrasion.  We recommend using a custom-cut groundsheet designed specifically for the floor plan of your tent, like the Solo Expedition Tent groundsheets for either the sleeping bay or the garage.  The custom fit of the sleeping area groundsheet effectively avoids water collecting between the tent floor and the foot print during rainy conditions.  In the garage, the purpose-fitted garage groundsheet keeps high traffic areas tidy.  In the morning use your groundsheet as a clean surface where you can fold and roll your tent.



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Bought for summer trip to Arctic circle in Norway. It's a great tent as long as you have enough flat area to put it up. I'd say go for it if you're going to be in one place for a few days. It's just to big to easily handle on your own on a daily basis. Loads of living room though for bad weather days. Fairly easy to put up an take down. You can just put up the outer with a groundsheet for short overnight stops. Not really suitable for wild camping as difficult to find big enough footprint. Totally weather proof and well made. Packs down well for motorcycle use.
Rick Trengove