Forget about tiny homes, here’s a tent for your motorcycle!

NEWS – The next time you get your motor running when you’re heading out for the highway (sorry), pack the Goose tent on the back of your motorcycle. with this one man (person) tent from Goose. This waterproof ripstop canvas one person tent provides shelter for you and your gear while keeping the breeze in and mosquitos and other varmits out!

The Wingman of the Road Goose tent comes with everything you need to quickly set up the tent when you’ve reached a stopping point for the day and there’s even a foam mattress to make your next adventure a comfortable one. When you’re ready to head back out on the road, everything wraps up into a tiny duffle shaped pack that stores on the back of the bike. The Goose is priced at $400 and you can find more info at wingmanoftheroad.com

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7 thoughts on “Forget about tiny homes, here’s a tent for your motorcycle!”




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  2. Michael O'Donnell

    I did a lot of motorcycle camping; I mean a lot (with a tent, sleeping bag and sundries aboard)! And then one day, when I had a yearning to tent camp again, I just sat in the lobby of a cushy hotel until that yearning went away.

  3. I am not sure what exactly the motorcycle has to do with this tent? Sure you attached the tent to the motorcycle but I hear they make tents that you do NOT have to attach to your motorcycle. Crazy I know but it is true.

  4. “I created The Gadgeteer in 1997 as a fun way to share my passion for gadgets which began when I was a little kid. Some of my other interests include ukulele, photography, productivity hacks, and minimalism. Learn more about me and my favorite gear.” and Julie I am and SO glad you did. I love your website. Also, I have purchased many items because they were featured on your website. All the best.

    Steve

  5. If I were that ‘attached’ to my bike, I’d need to be very sure the kickstand wouldn’t sink into the dirt during the night. OuCh !

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