A collapsable grill for camping on the go.
The Trailside Grill is made of 22ga. stainless steel and weights less than 6lbs. This easy to assemble grill is great for grilling anything you can imagine while enjoying the outdoors. Made for easy transportation and set up for those who are limited on space and have weight limitations. Whether you are riding a motorcycle, driving an overland vehicle, running the rapids on a raft or just camping from your car, this grill is compact and perfect for a quick meal.
The TrailSide Grill consists of 4 stainless steel panels that connect with stainless steel fasteners. You also have 2 grill surfaces, one for the food and the other for BBQ briquettes or build your own wood fire and place the Trailside Grill over the fire. Once the TrailSide Grill is removed from the heat source, the grill cools quickly so you can move onto your next adventure. Set up time is less than three minutes. Comes with it's own TrailMaster Gear bag, made with the same quality of our crash bar bags.
o 10 inch square
o Twin grates with one lower one for charcoal/wood and an upper grate to cook meat and veggies on
o Cross flow air holes below charcoal for quick heat
o Comes in a cordura bag no more than 1 inch thick and weigh no more than 6 pounds
o Fit “standing up” in a Pannier side bag
o Assemble in no more than 3 minutes
o Field Tested and approved
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MADE IN THE USA
Side Panels - 22ga Stainless Steel 10"x10"
Grill Surface - Stainless wire panels 10"x10"
Weight - 6lbs with carry bag)
Carry Bag - Cordura
I like simple. Whether traveling on my BMW R1200 GS or in my Tacoma overlanding truck, spending a lot of time assembling my rig is not on my list of fun things to do, especially when I’m hungry. We have built the truck to be fast and light and the BMW, by virtue of having only two wheels, has just so much space. Consequently I’ve eaten a lot of rehydrated backpacker meals. But since discovering the Trailside Grill by Trailmaster Adventure Gear, camp dining has taken a tasteful turn. Rob Watt, trailmaster for the increasingly popular Backcountry Discovery Routes throughout the western United States, has invented this little gem for folks like me. This 10 x 10 stainless steel cube packs into a tough nylon Cordura bag a little larger than a sheet of notebook paper and about an inch thick. Four 22-gauge stainless steel panels attached with machined stainless steel lugs morph into a handy grill in short order. An upper grate serves as the grill and an identical lower grate supports charcoal. Only a little is needed per meal. Sticks can also be used as fuel by removing the lower grate. The 100-cubic inch cooking surface is more than enough for a small party. Heat is well concentrated, providing rapid cooking of thick, juicy steaks. Bratwursts are a popular and decadent treat in the wilds too, as are fresh caught fish and sliced vegetables. I pack it up dirty, as the sturdy case keeps the grunge away from everything else. Once home, clean-up is easy. A quick blast of oven cleaner and the grill shines right up, leaving a nice patina as a reminder of all the good meals we’ve enjoyed in the wilds.
I have used this grill both on the trail and at my home. On the trail it is EXTREMELY easy to build and set up. I have cooked items from chicken to beef to scrabbled eggs. Having four walls gives it great wind protection and helps to keep a stray spark from crazy in the dry woods. I carry one in my jeep as well as one for my bike. I have a Touratech pannier system and it fits great and takes little room. They include a great bag which keeps the cooking residue off the other contents of the pannier. I use a vegetable spray on the grill surface as a non-stick which makes the clean up very easy. Love mine.