Always store your tent clean and dry. It is recommended that you pull your motorcycle tent out of the carry bag and lay it out for a day every 3 months when not in use. This will help prevent damage to the coated materials. In the morning, if there is some dew on the tent, lay it out in the sun for a few minutes so it dries off before packing it.
Start by gently shaking out the dirt in your tent. Never pick up a pitched tent by the poles. Use a toothbrush or something similar and remove dirt and grit from all zippers on the body and fly. Rinse with water and allow to dry.
Every MotoTent™ comes with two pole repair tubes. Accidents happen while traveling in rough terrain and wind can be vicious, so we have included a metal repair tube for you to use in the event that you have a problem with your pole set. This item can be slipped over a bent or broken pole section to keep your pole system in working order until you get back to civilization.
After the initial pitch of your tent, you may notice that you have more pegs than individual guy out and stake points. We provide you with three extra pegs in case you lose some during your motorcycle adventures. Feel free to carry fewer pegs if you want to make the MotoTent™ even lighter.