Cool Pull-Behind Motorcycle Camper Trailer

Solace Pull-behind Motorcycle Camper Trailer – Photo Source: YouTube Screenshot

This is so perfect for motorcycle traveling!

The “Solace” is a pop-up camper trailer that hooks right up to the back of your motorcycle. Check out the video below and let us know what you think of this cool trailer. The trailer handles slow, tight turns and the pop-up camper has plenty of room.

Can you imagine how awesome this would be for Sturgis? If you’re planning an overnight motorcycle camping trip, be sure to check out our motorcycle camping gear list.

Check out the demonstration video below from The USA Trailer Store and check out the product description:

“With a passion for travel and a need for economy, we present solace. The compact fall behind motorcycle camping trailer from USA trailer store, with approximately 16 cubic feet of usable storage space while in travel position, the solidly built camper is built with a rally cargo trailer and a spacious camping trailer. With its standard 8 inch chrome wheels and aerodynamic cooler holder, your new solace delivers both style and comfort with its ability to expand from nineteen square feet in the closed travel position to 72 square feet in the open camping position. With an impressive six foot seven inch ceiling, that solace can truly boast economy of space features.”


“Setup time is less than five minutes, tent poles are attached, full-size coleman air mattress, and table are included. Wiring harness, LED taillights, one in seven eighth inch ball coupler, air conditioner port, a handy zippered cooler vent that allows access to your cooler from inside your camper, and with an independent collision axle suspension solid, gives you peace of mind. The cooler package includes a cooler and a aerodynamic cooler holder $299 value, yours free. The highest point the of the camper in the upright position is 7 feet 4 inches in the dining area, with usable storage space of 16 cubic feet. This approximation and will vary depending on how tightly or loosely you roll the tent. To find your solace, visit Read, ride, camp, and enjoy it!”

What are you thoughts? Would you use this trailer for long motorcycle camping trips?