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The Nomad Tent Company Celebrates its First Birthday and Goes ‘Green,’ Literally, Under the New Name of Redverz Gear

May 10, 2011

DENVER, May 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Redverz Gear, innovator of world-class expedition tents, has captured the attention of motorcycle travel enthusiasts around the globe with its flagship product. The company’s second-generation tent adds to the appeal of the unique design, which shelters travelers, motorbikes and gear under one roof, by allowing customers to go stealth in a new, more neutral green color.

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The spacious garage bay, designed for sheltering motorbikes has evolved far beyond the original vision. The bay serves as a sheltered utility area for cooking and sitting area for downtime, as well as a storage area, 6’3″ tall dressing room or workshop. Customers have taken the flexible design of the tent and put the space to best use on expeditions through Alaska, Australia, Japan, South Africa, even on the infamous Dakar.

“At the end of a long day it is a place to unwind and a workspace to gear up for the day ahead,” says founder and President Kevin Muggleton. “In a group it becomes the command post for the expedition. We have riders dining, scheming, mapping and plotting all from our headquarters, it’s very gratifying. And for those who prefer to go incognito, well, we will soon have a green tent for that.”

About Redverz Gear

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

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