The Big Agnes Copper Spur HV UL 1 Bikepack tent takes the same impressive interior space-to-weight ratio of its best-selling, award-winning tent model and equips it with features that cater to cyclists on overnight or extended outings. That increased packability and organizational feature set also make the tent a great backpacking option.
Tapered from the head to the foot of the tent, the interior of the tent measures 38" at its widest point and stretches a full 88" in length. The 20 square feet of interior space provides adequate room for solo cyclists or backpackers. An integrated vestibule offers 9 square feet of additional weather-protected external storage space. High Volume pole architecture increases the verticality of the sidewalls and the door so that there is more elbow room and livable space inside the tent. A three-dimensional shelf is ideal for storing gear in the otherwise wasted space above your feet. An oversized ceiling pocket and integrated media pockets provide other options for getting gear up off the floor and out of your way. Built-in gear loft loops offer a connection point for the Big Agnes Triangle Gear Loft (sold separately).
Ample mesh on the tent body and a large mesh door maximize cross ventilation and provide circulation to fight condensation build-up. Coated with 1200mm waterproof polyurethane, the silicone-treated ripstop nylon floor and rainfly are lightweight and durable. All of the tent's seams are sealed with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape (no PVC or VOCs) to further protect the tent from the elements.
Lightweight, collapsible DAC Featherlite NSL pre-bent poles provide the tent with freestanding structure. The single hub/pole design works in conjunction with the tent body's integrated clips to make setup fast, easy and intuitive. By employing shorter pole sections, the tent packs down to just 13" x 5.5" to better fit in panniers or saddlebags or lash more conveniently to handlebars or bikeframes.
The custom-fit Big Agnes Copper Spur HV UL 1 Bikepack Footprint (sold separately) can be used to add additional protection beneath the tent from mud, ground water, or sharp objects. If you really want to travel light, leave the tent body at home and use just the rainfly, the poles, and the footprint for a tarp-style set-up that weighs a mere 1 pound, 15 ounces!