Trigano Olympe in detail
Erecting the Olympe is easily carried out. After finding your pitch the next job is to unhitch from the car. The corner steadies are then lowered into position making sure that the unit is level and braked. The next job is to take off the kitchen from the rear of the trailer. The beds are then lifted over and levelled one each side, the canvas is then unfolded from around the trailer with the main key pole connected. The complete cabin and awning are then lifted over and erected, and then from the inside of the awning the two main awning poles are then pushed out.
The pegging out is the next job, it shouldn’t take too long to do either and for weekend breaks in good/fair weather, Trigano says you don’t have to use all the pegs to give the Olympe its structural strength. Once the unit has all been pegged out correctly it does look really neat. Trigano reckons its design was targeted at making the erecting of the tent up to ten times quicker than a normal unit this size. The Olympe’s awning is very versatile with front and left walls easy to remove for hot days or they can be left rolled up for daytime living adding ventilation. The Olympe’s layout comprises of two side double beds, in turn the centre of the Trigano is left for use as a dining area with twin settees either side.
Below the double beds there is space yet to sleep another person either side. If no extra beds are needed the space then can be used as storage. The front of the Trigano can then be used as a large lounge area and kitchen. There is no skimping on undergear to for the trailer because the Trigano rides on a fully galvanized chassis by Al-Ko. Trigano also has the chassis braked and the Olympe comes with a spare wheel so punctures can be dealt with at the roadside.