This roomy two-person tent is a great addition to your bicycle touring equipment cache. It sets up easily, stands up nicely in rain and wind and stows away in a reasonablly-sized package at a weight that's acceptable for touring.
The almost vertical sidewalls give you plenty of room to stretch out and multiple vents in the rainfly keep the condensation down.
There are plenty of pockets for loose gear such as cell phone, watch, etc. and some handy loops that I've used to rig an indoor clothesline.
I've used this tent on a couple of tours, now, one on the Olympic Peninsula in a torrential downpour and it kept me dry and snug—that is until I opened the rainfly.
There's a serious design flaw in this tent that will give most tourists a second thought: when you unzip the rainfly door, it dumps about a pint of water inside the tent.
I guess no tent is perfect, and there are a couple of ways to correct this problem. One is to keep a towel handy and just wipe up the water. The second way I discovered by mistake when I put the fly on backwards. Reversing the sides changes the relationship between the fly door and the tent door so you don't get the drip. It's a little harder to get in and out, but in a downpour, I'd advise this simple fix.
I like the room and ease of this tent so much I've decided to take it on my around the world trip. Overall I have to give it an outstanding review.