Roofnest Condor XL Rooftop Tent Gallery

Photos of a rooftop tent on a side-by-side.

The idea of putting a rooftop tent on a side-by-side is nothing new, but tents have finally gotten light enough to make the combination viable. We paired a Roofnest Condor XL with a 2021 Honda Talon 1000X and headed to the hills of eastern Kentucky for some riding. The tent held up to everything we threw at it, and didn’t cost us a thing in the performance department. Go anywhere. Sleep anywhere.

Read the full story here: We Put a Rooftop Tent on a Side-by-Side

A Roofnest Condor XL installed on a 2021 Honda Talon 1000X.Camden Thrasher
The ladder provides support for half of the bed structure.Camden Thrasher
Setup is easy, and takes little time.Camden Thrasher
Clear skies or clouds, the Condor XL is made for inclement weather.Camden Thrasher
The Condor XL didn’t slow us down off-road.Camden Thrasher
At 150 pounds, the Condor XL is lighter than other tents on the market, and that makes it great for small rigs.Camden Thrasher
The rooftop tent also makes for a great side-by-side roof.Camden Thrasher
Go anywhere, sleep anywhere. Perfect.Camden Thrasher