Livin’ Lite Recreational Vehicles LLC may have taken lightweight to the limit with its new 320-pound dry weight Quicksilver 2.0 folding camping trailer. “It’s perfect for towing behind motorcycles or ATVs,” said Scott Tuttle, president of the Goshen, Ind., manufacturer, a fledgling company that specializes in innovative, new age towables. “Guys that are on a Harley or (Suzuki) Gullwing can pull this and then open a camper that sleeps four off the ground.” Rather than folding out sideways, the 5 1/2-foot-long Quicksilver 2.0 folds out vertically toward the rear and over the A-frame. The camper features aluminum-and-composite construction and is equipped with a table, camp chairs and 12-volt electrical outlet for a $3,400 MSRP.