EXCLUSIVE: Manufacturer Updates Adventure Trailer Line

A picture of an InTech Flyer adventure trailer in black and grey with an LP canister, spare tire and storage compartment on the front.

inTech RV, an aluminum camping trailer manufacturer, released a redesigned 2023 Flyer adventure trailer line which includes the Chase, Pursue, Explore and Discover models.

According to Marketing Coordinator Kale Elkins, the company began to plan updates to the line in later 2021.

Standard exterior updates across the Flyer line include redesigned exterior decals, a black front and side ATP rock guard, a rear accent spoiler and a Jeep-style fender. The Pursue and Explore models include a standard front-mounted 20-pound LP tank and a front stabilizer jack.

All models received an interior update including a cabinet and counter revamp and redesigned accent lighting. inTech RV added a storage cubby and red accent bungees to help consumers organize gear.

A picture of an InTech Chase RV“Our clientele wants a rugged, off-road sort of mini-toy hauler kind of trailer,” Elkins said. “so, they can take their motorcycle with them, they can take an ATV with them… and it is more of an adventure trailer. (They want) something that has some amenities to get through a long weekend.”

The Explore and the Discover include a roadside tip-out tent sleeping area standard. A second, optional curbside tip-out is also available.

The company extended the update to the available options. For the Pursue and Explore, consumers can choose to include a lower-height kitchen in the slide out featuring a two-burner stove, removable table and a 45-quart, 12-volt Dometic refrigerator. Other upgrades include an LP furnace, an 8.5-gallon freshwater tank with a quick connect and spray hose and an AC system without a heat strip.

All models sleep up to four. The tip-out tent is optional on Chase and Pursue models.

“Our team has worked hard to create a camping trailer that is both lightweight and functional based on our customers’ needs,” said Keith Fishburn, inTech RV sales manager. “We believe that the Flyer is the perfect combination of both.”

A picture of a 2023 InTech Flyer adventure trailer slide out kitchen showing a grill on the far left with a pan on it and a Dometic electric cooler with fruit, vegetables and a cutting board on it.

According to Elkins, inTech RV’s all tube aluminum-constructed cage frames set the company apart. The company began building aluminum motorsports trailers in 2010.

“We got quite the following there due to our product quality fit and finish,” Elkins said. “That carries over into our RV space. We have capitalized on that. People see the inTech brand and they associate that with quality and a name they can trust.”

inTech launched the Flyer, its original RV line, in 2016. Consumers can choose between five exterior Flyer trailer colors including red blaze and midnight black.

Base MSRPs for the Flyer adventure trailers range from $13,174 to $28,056.

“We are confident that the new Flyers will exceed our customers’ expectations and provide them with a comfortable and memorable camping experience,” Fishburn said. “Now, with a number of features to improve off-grid camping such as an LP furnace and freshwater systems this simplistic and incredibly durable lineup has gone to the next level.”

For more information about the Flyer line, click here.













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