The Limited Edition ATACAMA™ Expedition Tent in Ivory
Beat the heat and take motorcycle camping to the next level with the Atacama Expedition Tent in Ivory. The clean, new color is minimal and calm for a truly elevated experience, and the light hue reflects the sun's rays to minimize heat in scorching weather. The new Ivory model is a limited edition release of the proven Redverz Atacama design.
Why Atacama? The revolutionary design offers more usable space, a separate garage and packs small. It’s considerably more tent for just 21 inches x 10 inches packed and on a motorcycle that's a big deal. Even a minimalist traveller rides with a helmet, boots, armored jacket and pants. This alone is a huge pile of gear to store, and if you’re riding two-up that's double the load. If you sleep in anything less than a 2-person tent that gear has got to stay outside in the elements, or it comes in leaving you with little room to stretch out and get truly comfortable. Stop compromising. The Atacama is so thoughtfully designed you can even stand up inside, and if you didn't already know, standing up inside a tent is life-changing.
Stand Up Inside. Packs to 21" x 10" and Weighs 14 pounds.
Ignore the gargantuan garage for a moment. We know, it’s so spacious. Let’s start with capacity. The tent sleeps 3 but is designed for all configurations of 1, 2 or 3 campers.
Real world - how big is the bedroom?
1 Up - Think twin bed XL with a bed side camp chair and your riding gear generously spread about the room.
2 Up - A queen size mattress with ample space either side for your gear and your own unique entry/exit door.
3 Up - Pack it all in. Plenty of room for three standard pads but personal gear, like stinky socks and boots will store out in the garage. Need even more capacity? Use the garage area for additional campers. Throw a custom fit garage ground sheet down and invite a handful of friends to sleep over. That’s functional, versatile design at its best.
This is where it all happens in the Atacama Tent. Two opposing garage doors taper up from the bottom creating an entry you can ride any full-size touring adventure bike into, with panniers no less. Park up and there’s still loads of room to store gear and move about. The two main reasons to bring the bike inside are security and weather. It’s just practical to work on your bike or pack up gear out of the elements and rain. If security and theft are an issue, keeping the bike out of sight is a huge advantage. In reality, most customers use the extra space to simply hang out and lounge. Park up a few HELINOX camp chairs and a table and you’ve got a civilized place to sip coffee, host a happy hour and share a meal. Ask any Redverz customer and they will tell you that it's well worth the investment, especially as you wait out the first, torrential downpour all sheltered, comfy and dry.
Let’s get geeky about waterproofing for a moment. The Atacama outer fly sheet is fully waterproof at 4000mm hydrostatic head. When a storm comes through rest easy, at 4000mm hydrostatic head we far exceed the industry standard and are rated expedition grade.The tent floor and ground sheets are a whopping 10,000mm and set the gold standard for waterproofing and reliability. Read customer testimonials here to understand for yourself the value of a dry tent.
Poles are the most critical tent component. We source ours from the world’s top tent pole manufacturer and build them out of the finest aircraft grade aluminum available. We designed an intentional pre-bend into each pole, a fine contour that helps to reduce stress and ensure top performance. Over time the poles will settle into an even more pronounced arc, this is beneficial and intentional. The gear is expedition grade and built to last, so whatever your trip throws at you these poles are designed to bring you home.
The Atacama is the third generation of our original, patented motorcycle tent. We're proud to say our unique garage design was the first of its kind and birthed an entirely new tent genre back in 2008. As riders we design with the specific needs of motorcyclists in mind, and as innovators we set design trends that others simply follow.
ATACAMA ACCESSORIES - Complete your Atacama set up with custom fit groundsheets for the sleep area and garage and a 50 liter dry bag to stow it all away.
|Average Weight||14 lbs|
|Maximum width||102 in|
|Maximum length||195 in|
|Sleeping Bay||92 in x 95 in (max)|
|Garage Vestibule||100 in x 36 in|
|Peak height||77 in|
|Floor fabric||Polyester 70D 190T 10000mm|
|Rainfly fabric||Coated ripstop Polyester 68D 210T 4000mm|
|Inner Tent fabric||75D 190T/P breathable|
|Mosquito Netting||Mesh B3|
|Pole material||Aluminum 7001 T6, shock cord|
|Pole diameter||11mm (2) 9.5mm (1) Section Length 20.5"|
|Pack Size||21 in x 10 in|
Redverz Atacama Walk Through Video
- Flexible hoop design performs well in high winds
- The design of the frame creates nearly vertical inner tent walls resulting in a spacious garage with area-wide headroom, tall enough to stand up inside the tent
- 2 distinct, purpose-fitted ground sheets are available for either the garage or sleeping area, or both
- Motorcycle bay accommodates a full-size adventure tourer with panniers, Harley Ultra Classic and countless additional bikes
- Flow-through venting circulates air from one end of the tent to the other, ideal in hot climates
- Rectangular floor plan optimizes usable space and ample sleeping bay accommodates 3 campers with the ability to sleep cross-wise or lengthwise and utilize cots for 2.
- Two convenient J-Doors and large, mesh door vestibule offer easy, sheltered 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 our spacious sleeping bay, large vestibule and versatile motorcycle bay
- Superior quality anodized tent poles
- Tent comes complete with guy lines and tighteners with 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"x10"
- Tent weight of 14.6 lbs includes poles, pegs and complete tent
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I'm 76 and needed a tent that was easy to set up and take down and pack. The Atacama is easier than my Expedition Tent and just a little heavier BUT I can stand up in the Atacama and we really enjoy the "garage" which we call "vestibule" since we do not cycle; we use it for airplane and car camping. I really appreciate all the outside tie-downs since the winds here in Arizona can be over 45 mph gusting. I like the tie-down pockets EXCEPT they are hard to open. If the velcro was sewn to the side so I could get my fingers under to open, it would be a lot easier and save time - especiallly when it's cold; OR perhaps a couple tabs for pulling the pockets open. Otherwise, I only wish I had ordered BOTH ground cloths when I got the tent! I ordered the garage cloth after I discovered how nicely it snaps into place. Overall it's a great design and well-built tent and I'm very happy with it. My wife says it should have windows and netting on at least one side of the garage but I'm not convinced of either of those since that would increase the price. Also we use it in the winter with a Little Buddy propane heater in the garage....works great.
Spent 2 days in intense mountain weather lightning storms hail and high winds this tent stayed put and kept me dry.
Great tent for solo travel!
This is a great tent for solo camping - e.g., bike rallies and road trips. Don't even notice the weight when strapped across the pillion seat. Takes only 5-10 minutes for one person to set it up, depending on how many tent ropes you decide to use (I only use all the ropes when it is windy). I am 6' 2" and can stand inside the garage without any problem. I don't use the garage for the bike (I just park the bike outside at night with a half-cover). Instead, the garage serves as a fantastic covered patio...nice not having to enter the sleeping tent from the outside. Plus, there is so much more room in the sleeping area because you can store side cases and other gear in garage. In fact, I even McGiver''d a coat/helmet hanger for the garage using an old camera tripod...packs easily and legs pull out high enough to keep jacket and helmet off the ground. I recommend getting the awning kit also...great place to sit/cook/hang out. I know the sleeping area is big enough to accommodate 2 or even 3 people but I bought it for solo travel specifically because I wanted the room. After any years crawling into tiny tents, this is true comfort. BTW - the quality of Redverz is superb. Everything is built to last many adventures.
Purchased this to encourage my wife to join me on longer moto trips. Not only that that work out wonderfully, but I'm using it on a regular basis when camping solo (it is a GREAT home base style setup). Feels high quality, all the zippers are super smooth, and I stayed 3 nights in wind and rain without a drop penetrating the outer shell. There's something weird (and wonderful) about waking up to your bike safely next door.
My wife and I just returned from our second trip with the Atacama. First trip was a one night stay so other than ease of set-up, tear down, there wasn’t much to report. This trip we spent 4 nights in it and we’re sold. We had rain on and off, including one 2 hour storm with heavy rainfall and some wind. We set up our chairs and table in the garage area, where all our riding gear was already stored, and had PLENTY of room. And we stayed bone dry. We tour and camp 2up on a single bike so weight is a constant concern. At 14lbs there’s really nothing else out there that I have found that affords us so much space and peace of mind in all weather. If I would ask for anything it would be more off ground storage and hooks to suspend lights and what not. A minimal concern though, as we are very happy with this tent. Also, at 50+ years old, sleeping comfort is important and we should be able to fit a queen size air mattress in the sleeping area. Our ultralight sleep pads didn’t do the job…Great gear, I’d recommend it to anyone
I reviewed and did researched online about the Atacama Tent in 2019. I looked at You Tube videos and finally purchased it 2021. My camping trips have been without my motorcycle for now and the weather completely sunny every trip. I set it up in my backyard after receipt and very happy so far with my purchase. The tent was very easy to setup. I found stacking the wind side down with two stacks and pulling the opposite end, was the easiest way to set it up. There was also a video online about this. Mainly camping in State parks and so far no issues. I camped with two Teton cots, Yeti cooler, a chair, two storage containers and aluminum table inside the tent. After two months of use though, no rain or heavy winds yet to further evaluate it, comments and suggestions: 1. The inner vestibule main zipper doors in the sleeping area sits a little to high off the ground. Tripped a few times entering and exiting from not raising my foot up high enough. Wider opening near the bottom would be nice. 2. There is a noticeable gap of space 4-6 inches average around the vestibula and the tent itself, especially the roof area. The bugs easily got between the vestibule and tent because of the gap. The tie downs stretch a lot and seems too tight attached to the tent as if the vestibule should be taller and wider. There were no attachment loops in the center, just the outside. Had no problems though and very happy of the enclosure because it kept the mosquitos out when inside 3. The two garage door entrances are nice and although I also purchased the awning kit, had no use for it yet. Great if there was bug zipper screens on the doors would be a nice modification. Currently rolled up was fine but you couldn't keep all the bugs out. The tent gets hot in the sun with the doors down and it's nice if you could sit down in the garage area bug proofed by two additional zipper screen doors. 4. Both ground sheets are a plus and keep everything inside completely dry. I removed both sheets after tear downs to dry our the bottom of the sheets before packing, great groundsheets. Packing the tent also with groundsheets attached was also no problem but only when completely dry. 5. I own a Ducati Multistrada 1200S and although I haven't placed it inside the garage, know it would fit but area tight. 5. Single person in the tent with two full size dogs great. Perfect for one or two people is fine with this tent. 6. On average, about 75% of The bottom edges of the tent around sit higher off the ground. This was noticeable for the garage area. The outside center of the sleeping area has an elastic tie down strap for a tent stack but still kept the edges high off the ground. In general very happy so far with this tent and excited to have it when camping using my truck. Single motorcycle rider now but looking forward when I camp using my motorcycle. This review is after three months of use. I hope continued use and exposure to more what mother nature decides will further determine its quality and built but so far a very happy customer.
I love the new tent comfort and color. Pretty big for one guy but it is nice to camp in this luxury and get a good nights sleep.. Not sure if Green might keep the morning sun out better :)
Easy to setup and take down. Works great and fits on bike
Quality tent with some niggles
I have owned the tent for over a year and have used it in various conditions. I have been camping all my life in all sorts of tents. For: - good quality materials and build - it does the main things well, it keeps you dry and it is well ventilated - roomy for the weight - excellent (comfortable) sleeping quarters - easy to pitch Against: -difficult to pitch properly, there’s always something sagging or wrinkling. The guylines (and there are many) don’t really help. - the bag is too small to easily pack the tent. When wet, forget it. A roomier bag with a zipper (like most tents have nowadays) would be more practical. Note that I do leave the groundsheet of the sleeping quarters in the tent. - the doors cannot easily be opened with one hand. This is mainly due to the velcro strips, and the ‘flaps’ tend to get snagged in the zipper. Also you can’t easily/quicly leave the sidedoors open for instance by moving it to one side. - the screen door is unpractical as you always need to open both the screendoor and the regular door (or tie the screendoor up), and of limited use anyway given the large opening to the ground on all sides. - the ‘garage’ area needs some storage pockets! All in all I feel the tent is lacking some small yet important practical details that make it easy and fun to use.