Sea to Summit TR2 Bikepack 2−Person Ultralight Bikepacking Tent
Features & how to set up
Details & Specs
The Alto TR2 Bikepack Two Person Semi-Freestanding Ultralight Bikepacking Tent by Sea to Summit is for the sleek cyclists after elite-level livability.
A tension ridge creates more head-and-shoulder space, greater vestibule area, and higher doorways for easy entry and exit from your sanctuary at the summit. Despite a lightweight design, this tent boasts longevity, standing up to the rough and tumble of outdoor adventuring with superior performing materials including DAC poles, robust YKK zippers, and 7-series aluminium hardware. Defy the damper conditions from day one, with a seam-taped, PU-coated rainfly that can be assembled before the tent itself to ensure a dry setup and pack-down experience. Plus, apex vents minimise condensation and promote airflow – so every mountain top moment feels weightless.
Click, connect, and get back to camping in seconds thanks to colour-coded poles and pole feet that are quick-clicking and a butt-kicking blend of lightweight and durable. Plus, Ground Control Light tent pegs, guy lines, and custom attachment toggles ensure a steadfast setup. A lightbar also offers a point to attach a headlamp for late-night 'tent-ertainment', with the option to secure the tent pole storage pouch to the tent’s apex for a soft, evenly-dispersed light. For bikepacking suitability butt-kicking durability – shorter pole segments make for more compact packing into two waterproof eVent Dry sacks, fitted with Stretch-Loc straps for secure mounting too.
Glide on with compact bike baggage for the campsite – the Sea to Summit Alto TR2 Bikepack Two Person Ultralight Bikepacking Tent.
Tension ridge raises shape for greater headroom and vestibule space
High doors for easy entry and exit
Colour-coded poles and quick-connect feet for swift setup
Premium materials for longevity
Robust YKK zippers
Bike-specific storage system: 2 x 420D waterproof eVent Dry sacks with 4 x Stretch-Loc straps
Short pole segments for better bikepacking suitability
Seam-taped PU-coated rainfly
Apex vents for airflow and minimising condensation
Lightbar offers means for illumination
11 Ground Control Light tent pegs
4 removable Ground Control guy lines with custom attachment toggles
Aluminum DAC Featherlite TH72M with Green Anodising | 8.7 and 9.5mm | Nylon Hub
Fly 1200mm | Floor 1200mm
Hi, What temperature is this tent suitable for?
Denise - Stanwell Park, NSW(3 months ago)
Tents generally don't have a temperature rating range, as they don't have any insulative properties. You can essentially use any tent at any temperature, it's just important to make sure you have a sleep system that is suitable.
In terms of weather, this tent is suitable for most Australian conditions, but the waterhead rating means it's not going to be ideal for heavy, prolonged and continuous rain over a few days with no opportunity to dry out.