Uncertain About Towing? Or On A Motorbike? Still Want Some Comfort? Try The Campmaster Air 2 Person Inflatable Trailer Tent

Airmaster Trailer Tent

Off Camping with a Motorbike? You could be more comfortable than you might think. You may not be aware that you are not necessarily restricted to carrying the smallest possible tent and basic camping equipment. There are trailer tents available that are so tiny they can even be towed by a motorbike. So you can take your motorbike and still have a comfortable double bed to sleep in at the end of the day.

But it is not just motorcyclists to whom such trailer tents appeal. If you are uncertain about towing or only have a tiny car then this could be just the ticket for you too. Couples heading off into the great outdoors who don't fancy sleeping on the ground can tow this trailer tent for a DIY glamping experience.

One of the latest advances in this field is the Campmaster Air 2 Person Inflatable Trailer Tent. This trailer is only a metre wide and it will remain within the wheel tracks of a car towing it on all but the most hairpin bends. Its low profile means you are far less likely to have problems with buffeting and snaking as you might with a larger model, meaning that you can relax and stop worrying about the journey. The dinky dimensions also mean that the trailer will be easy to stow away in a shed or garage when you get home.

Inside, you get many of the conveniences of having a caravan but without going to as much expense. The soft, warm raised bed is a step up from 'basic' camping for those who don't like roughing it or are finding themselves becoming a bit less flexible, and there is also a carpeted living area with enough space for a table and chairs. There is even a separate toilet compartment next to the bedroom, so you won't have to stumble to the toilet block in the middle of the night.

The whole thing can be erected from the trailer without a hitch, making for an easy and straightforward camping experience. This is the major advantage that these new models have over older trailer tents that could take a while to erect. The other advantage this model has over other trailer tents is that it has a fully fitted groundsheet throughout meaning that midges and other bugs cannot get in.

It is good to know that you can actually separate the tent section and use it on its own for regular camping. The trailer can also be emptied for use as simple storage if need be. This gives the trailer tent a lot of flexibility which means it can be used in a number of different ways. For around £4,000 this seems like pretty good value for money.

The 2015 model of the Airmaster Trailer Tent can be seen at the Caravan, Camping and Motorhome Show this week.