the Adventurer


Suitable for small cars & SUV’S.

The ADVENTURER has a fully powder coated aluminium body, folded, riveted and welded. The engineered design optimises strength and weight reduction eliminating prone areas of fatigue and cracking.

small but mighty

Compact, and lightweight. The Road Warrior is light enough to be lifted off the tow ball and walked into any camp site, carpark or driveway.

light weight

Easy to tow park and store, low profile design means efficient towing.

super versatile

Versatile and adaptable. Upgrade with accessories to make your adventure more comfortable.


Innovative Lift Frame to keep roof top tents and roof rack storage low on the journey but out of the way at the campsites, saving fuel and space.


Design, engineered and assembled in Australia, with an Australian made axle and tow drawer bar.


Aluminum construction, powder coated and fully sealed to keep the weather out.

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The new dog

They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but no one ever talks about teaching a new dog old tricks. It’s something we were pondering when the Road Warrior Campers’ lightweight super-modern but also kinda-old-school Adventurer AT came across our desks. Designed from the ground up to be some of the lightest on the market, the Road Warrior Campers Adventurer, and Adventurer AT kick off from an almost incomprehensibly featherweight 280kg Tare with an Aggregate Trailer Mass of 600kg. That, putting it frankly, is insane.

For context, as part of their R&D program, Road Warrior Campers shipped one stateside and proceeded to punch out 14,000km halfway across the continental United States. Oh, and they did it behind an oh-so-slick 2017 Harley Davidson Ultra Glide motorcycle, how cool is that!

If being unarguably one of the lightest campers on the market (and therefore easiest to tow on and off-road) isn’t enough, Road Warrior Campers have also made the Adventurer AT one of the coolest campers too with some serious 70s inspired design ques. If you’re on the hunt for an off-road capable camper you can sling behind a lightweight tow-tug like a Suzuki Jimny this little weapon might be the best news you’ll read all year.

Solid Foundations

You don’t achieve something different by doing the same thing as everyone else so it should come as no surprise the Adventurer AT and the more road-going focused Adventurer are different, literally from the ground up. Both versions ride on a unique AL-KO IRS axle for full independent suspension side to side. The unique system uses no external springs or shocks, instead, tension is applied to three rubber cords inside the axle providing the spring rate, and dampening shocks. The system not only keeps weight down, but ground clearance up.

The chassis itself has some clever design features and material selection to keep strength and durability up, and weight down. Constructed out of 2mm thick aluminium, the main frame itself is 50x50mm box section. A full-length crossmember runs from front to back with a 980mm long double sleeved steel box tube inserted from the XO 50mm ball coupling tieing back into the main cross members. The main structure of the body itself is powdercoated aluminium folded, riveted, and welded to optimise strength and keep weight down even further. That’s some pretty serious engineering into something that screams old-school.

Living Large

Both the Adventurer and the Adventurer AT are a choose your own adventure kind of situation when it comes to the camping setup. The base camper provides around 1400L of storage space split between four separate compartments. Two side boxes along the flanks are perfect for stowing your cooking and food supplies, and can serve as a prep area. There’s a 114L storage box up front for bulky items you don’t want banging around, but it can be upgraded to a larger unit housing an iKamper AIOKS chuck-box style kitchen.

Running down the centre of the camper is a huge 1150L main storage compartment accessible through twin doors on either side, as well as a huge rear opening. You can leave it as is for the perfect bulk storage, but Road Warrior Campers offer both a slick RVSS full width storage drawer setup, and a clever all-in-one Kufu Spark lithium power solution with either a 1500W or 2000W Redarc inverter at its core to jump start your camping setup. You can also option up the usual kit like hot water systems, showers, on-board water storage and even an EcoXGear stereo system. You can go from a simple storage space to a decked out touring setup with nothing more than the options list.

We have lift-off

One of the coolest features of the camper we’ve fallen in love with is the Liftframe setup up top. Rather than a typical get-what-you-get mounting option for your tent and awning, the Liftframe setup stows down low under the profile of your tow-tug to help with fuel economy and to fit in garages, then with less than a minute’s work sets up to full head height providing the perfect height for camp setups. The rack itself pairs well with optional iKamper roof top tent setups but is just at home with a couple of swags, or just bulk storage for items like kayaks or mountain bikes.

What’ll cost me

If you like the cut of the Road Warrior Campers’ jib we’ve got some pretty fantastic news for you. The more off-road focused Adventurer AT with 500mm longer drawbar, XO coupling starts from a more than reasonable $10,495 plus dealer delivery and on-roads while the road-focused Adventurer bumps that price down even lower to $8,395 stepping down to smaller set of rolling stock and a shorter drawer bar with fixed coupling. While that doesn’t include the various options like electrical fitouts and tents it’s still unbelievably cheap considering the build quality.

If you’re head over heels in love with the retro paintjob, and let’s face it, who isn’t, then you’ll need to pony up another $1595 to make your friends just that little more jealous.

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ALL-Terrain specifications

Load capacity up to 600 kg
Gas strut load ratings: Up to 65kg – 300nm
66kg–100kg – 500nm
Length over
Height Extended 170mm
Compact 1440mm
Width 1570mm
Volume Main Body 1150 Litres
Front Tub 148 Litres
Side Boxes 51 Litres each

Road Warrior Variations

road warrior Accessories

The Road Warrior Camper can be accessorised to suit your individual needs. We can supply and install – iKamper roof tents (all models), aluminium storage drawer system and side wing kit, side awnings and walls for shelter, insect mesh room or full under awning canvas tents to provide complete comfort and protection while camping and bio mass or gas powered cooking systems.

Browse our accessories below and contact us to discuss your needs.

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where it all started - 1993

Tow behind motorcycle trailers has been a part of my life since setting up in 1993 a Yamaha FJ200 sport tourer motorcycle and purchasing an old steel 5 x 3 trailer which required extensive modification to tow safely behind the motorcycle.

Travelling from Geelong to Cairns, Townsville to Mt Isa and down to Tasmania over 3 years working my way around, I had lots of interest in the set up.

Returning to Geelong and purchasing a 4WD and towbar centre, after 17 years I sold the business and started to think about my past time travelling on motorcycle, towing my home behind.

The design, research and development of ROAD WARRIOR CAMPERS began in 2016, originally as a tow behind motorcycle trailer but now engineered to tow behind small cars, SUV’s and trikes. After 4 years of trials, testing and breaking designs. Towing behind small cars and SUV’s around parts of Australia and an epic 6 weeks and 8500 miles across the United States of America, towed behind a 2017 Harley Davidson Ultra Glide from California following the coast up to San Francisco along the winding National Pacific Highway, across to Reno, Salt Lake City Wyoming and landing in South Dakota for the 78th Sturgis bike rally. We rode some of the most remote corrugated and broken roads I have ever travelled and surely not ideal for a 2017 Harley Davidson Ultra glide, 2 up, loaded and towing our home.

We had a 2 person Skycamp 2x roof tent on top of the lift frame with a 100 a/h lithium battery and drawer with a 50 litre Waeco fridge mounted on top. Carrying 20 litres of water, coffee pod machine, toaster and 2000 watt pure sine wave inverter to run the appliances, total weight 385kg.


Destinations travelled included – Denver Colorado to Grand Junction following the million dollar highway to Silverton (2,840m above sea level – Mt Kosciusko is 2,228m) the town is located in a remote part of the western San Juan Mountains, a range of the Rocky Mountains.

We then travelled down through Durango to Mexican hat down through Montezuma Creek and stopping at Bluff fort and Cow Canyon trading post (amazing sight), before heading along Oljato – Monument Valley Arizona (made famous from Forest Gump movie running scene) down past Flagstaff Grand Canyon to Sedona. We continued on to ride 1355 miles along the famous Route 66 from Sedona to Memphis staying at iconic stops and settling at Graceland guest house for few days of much needed off the bike exploring the sites and history of the “King” Elvis Presley Grace lands, among other sites Beal street and the blues bars.

Getting back on the road we headed north to Nashville, Chicago and ended at Milwaukee which we attended the 115 year anniversary of Harley Davidson. By this time we had met many other bikers and interest grew around our set up and the R&D of the camper trailer which was all positive feedback and critiques taken on board.

To reflect, and this is about the brand and Road Warrior Campers, this little all-aluminium, independent torsion bar axel trailer had accomplished a years’ worth of abuse in 6 weeks. Naming the trailer “Adventure” it towed without fault (even at 85 mph / 137 kmh to keep up with the traffic flow). The side storage boxes worked as tables when open to hold the coffee machine and toaster, spice rack and all utensils, plates etc packed in one side, the other storing the appliances and coffee pods, fire lighter’s, head torches, paper towel and dish washing gear.

During our travels we had a lot of questions and interest around can you tow the Adventurer by small vehicles – Hyundai Venue, Kona, Subaru, Ford Puma, Escape and the list goes on.

Well the answer is Yes – of course, weighing only 230kg (TARE) unloaded with a rated ATM of 600kg and 45kg ball weight, there is plenty of load carrying capacity and has plenty of storage space. Optional extra’s available – 10” electric brakes, an engineered 50mm swivel coupling (for motorcycles to allow leaning into corners), full aluminium drawer system with large single drawer and side removable wing kits to provide a flat cargo space.

For more information head to the ADVENTURER details on the products page or shoot an email via our contacts page.

We are in the design stage to replicate the ADVENTURER in a more compact, lighter design for towing behind motorcycles.

Happy towing and get out on the road and explore.

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