Hilleberg Kaitum was my answer for a very similar spec. Rather than one very big porch it has two quite big porches. Not really big enough for a bike, but that's never stopped us using it as our cycle toruing tent of choice.
We actually got the K3 which has now sneaked up to an advertised 3.2 Kg (it has beefier guys and pegs now than originally, but you could always slim them back down), but which has genuinel enough room for 3, or plenty of luxury for 2.
An outstanding bit of kit IMHO. Quicker and easier to pitch than your alternatives, and you can always drop the inner if you want a repair garage out of the rain. Hideous price tag of course, but I've never regretted ours.
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Hi I can vouch for the Lightwave G2 Ultra being a great tent. The G2 is an earlier wider version of the G20. the G20 XT is a closer match to the TN Voyager XL - since its the same semi geodesic shape with big porch. I chose G2 over the regular TN Voyager because apart from being longer and wider it appeared and I think is stronger - arch front pole, 7 guys and 7 fly to pole attachment points. Also it didnt have the mesh only back door of the Voyager, and flysheet was close to ground with high vents. In this config it is strong and keeps weather out - as long as you dont put front door into wind. It takes gusts of 75mph and up before tent poles start bending slightly - even then at that speed tent still stands up ok again afterwards. I think lots of tents that arent full geodesic would start sufferring long before that. Looks like size of G20 XT and TN Voyager XL are now pretty similar sizes. Headroom in G2 was very slightly less than regular TN Voyager. The Ultra G20 XT would be lighter than the Voyager XL.
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