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Nomads debuts Expedition Motorcycle Tent

Tenere Tent

The Nomad Tent Company launched the Tenere Expedition Tent online for adventure motorcycle travelers worldwide. The motorcycle tent uniquely shelters riders, bikes and gear, out of the elements and under one roof.

The design of the tent provides a sheltered bay for your bike to hide it from prying eyes and provide riders with a work space for tune ups. Two spacious vestibules and an inner tent offer enough headroom to stand up and comfortably change or store gear and sleep two campers on a foot print that accommodates a queen size air bed.

No more cramped camping, with the Tenere Expedition Tent you get comfort without compromise and the tent packs down to 8 by 21 inches and weighs just 13 pounds (6kg). Retail $399.00

"Traditionally motorcyclists buy the smallest tent and suffer with scores of cramped, uncomfortable expeditions," said Kevin Muggleton, Founder of The Nomad Tent Company. He explains, the Tenere Expedition Tent is a tent without compromise. "When I’m riding for weeks at a time, I want my gear and bike securely out of sight, I want to stand up to change my clothes. No tent out there offered me these advantages, so I built my own."

The set up and take down of the Tenere Expedition Tent offers a unique advantage. Once the outer sheet of the tent is set up over the bike, riders are instantly out of the sun, sand or rain for erecting the inner sleep tent. The design is equally functional for use at bike rallies, car camping and on bicycle trips.

By focusing on the comfort, safety and functionality of its designs, The Nomad Tent Company is able to offer a better way of travel camping and a unique motorbike tent that is a secure, practical and spacious home away from home for riders and their bikes. The tent comes from 20 years of adventure motorcycle travel experience. The Nomad Tent Company is headquartered in Denver, Colorado.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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