Transform your adventure riding with high-quality lightweight camping gear designed for adventure and dual sport bikes. Long-distance adventure rides (whether a weekend getaway or transcontinental trip) require gear made with ultra-light materials and designed to pack tightly.
Camping with your bike is different than with any other vehicle. That’s why we carry camping gear specifically designed for adventure rides. For example, we have the Eureka Kaycee sleeping bag that compresses down to nearly a square foot but is still rated for zero-degree weather. We have the Redverz motorcycle tent that will accommodate you, your bike and all of your gear. We have the Eureka Spitfire tent that weighs less than 3 lbs. From the Jetboil flash cooking system to the NEMO insulated sleeping pad, you’ll love our selection. In short, it’s perfect for any adventure you can dream up with your bike.
Justin in Utah
I finally gave up on my 1.5" thermarest and got one of these because I was tired of a sore back and crappy sleep. This thicker 4" pad helped a ton! I have used it a few nights so far and have slept much better. I also got the big agnes storm king bag. this pad fits in it perfectly and the comfort with the 2 is awesome. This pad is insulated nice - rated to 15 degrees. fairly light weight and packs small. In case you are wondering, it takes me about 25 good-size breaths to blow this thing up. so it takes more effort than my old pad, but it isn't that big of deal, and the extra cushion is well worth it. Just don't rush it or you'll get light headed!Read All Reviews
justin in Utah
I have been adventure riding for 5 years now. I have learned a lot about packing - carrying the essentials and trying to stay light. There are several things I used to pack because they seemed like a good idea, but over time I realized they were unnecessary. On the opposite side of the spectrum, I thought some things were dumb and unnecessary - like a camp chair. I have since learned better. At first I did not pack a chain and tried to sit on an uncomfortable pannier around the camp fire. After riding all day, that is a crappy way to rest and unwind! So then I bought a light/cheap camp stool. It was a great improvement over the pannier, but wasn't all that relaxing. A friend of mine bought a Helinox brand chair. It is light and super comfy, but spendy. I found that other adventure riders were using the same Helinox or the joey. The joey is about $30 cheaper and looks the exact same so I bought it. I love it! This chair is very light, sets up quickly, and allows you to actually rest and relax! This is a must for adventure riding. It is worth packing the 2 lbs for the comfort you get at camp. It is built well and packs fairly small. Highly recommended.Read All Reviews