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ventour Aura

ventour Aura

Regular price €149,00 EUR
Regular price Sale price €149,00 EUR
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The Aura is a reliable and versatile companion for solo travelers. Designed to be used either as a standalone or with our Wisp outer tent, this inner tent provides great flexibility for your outdoor adventures.

The inner tent offers great comfort, with a raised protective tub to keep you dry, and a lightweight mesh to protect against mosquitoes and other insects. With its modular design, the inner tent can be used alone or clipped into our outer tent for added protection from rain and wind.

The Aura weighs 450g.
When packed, the roughly burrito-sized bag fits comfortably in any bikepacking bag or attaches easily to your bike.
📦🌍 Please note: We currently offer shipping exclusively to 🇪🇺 EU countries & 🇨🇭 Switzerland!

Floor Area:

  • 230cm x 90cm
    Usable width of the Floor Area changes depending on bicycle size.
    Minimal usable width with a XS bike is around 80cm.


  • 450g
    Weight includes lines neccessary to comfortably pitch the tent.

In the Box:

  • ventour Aura
  • Tent Lines
  • 6 Ultralight Swisspiranha Pegs
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Which bicycles is the tent compatible with?
Our tents are designed to adapt to different bike sizes.
We designed the tents targeting gravel and road bike geometry.
All our tents were tested with drop-bar bikes of different manufacturers in frame sizes S (~53cm seat tube) to XL (~61cm seat tube).
While our tents also work with mountain bikes (we tested with 27.5" wheels and 2.8" tires), the wide handlebars can get in the way when lying down..

Can the bicycle tip over?
Once the tent pegs are in the ground, the bike is held firmly in place by the tent.

Is it possible to pitch the tent without a bicycle?
Yes you can use the tents without a bike!
While our tents are not freestanding, we included various attachment points to make it easy to set them up however you like.
The easiest is to either use hiking poles or simply pitch the tent between two trees with a cord.