There may be no better way to see the country than by motorcycle Easy Rider-style. But since the sixties are over and you can't really rely on random communes for shelter, the Redverz Series II Expedition Tent is the best oasis when it's time to lay your head down after a long days' ride.
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This three-season tent offers a spacious sleeping bay, which fits a queen-size mattress so you can sleep royally on the road. And for your baby? There's 34 square feet of covered space to keep your bike safe from the elements.
While we're certainly jazzed about the various tent features that keep you dry and happy (double wall design, rain fly), the greatest feature is its weight. This thing packs down to under 14 pounds to a bite bike-size 9 by 21-inch package.
Oh, and this tent is Dakar Rally-tested, so it probably meets your standards.
Ethan Wolff-Mann is the Gear editor for Supercompressor. He has never owned a motorcycle, but he once had a 1987 Garelli SSXL Moped that was fun when it worked. Follow him on Twitter @ewolffmann.