This describes how to set up the front bed (or beds) in Roadtreks that do not require a separate mattress. These photos are from a 1995 Popular (one front bed) so it may be slightly different in your Roadtrek. The front bed is rather short and narrow and is best used by kids or smaller adults.
Step 1: Remove the headrest from the bathroom wall.
Step 2: Slide the seat back upward to remove from the rail.
Here the seat back has been removed and you can see the track the bracket slides into.
Step 3: Swivel the front seat to face the door. You will probably have to tip the seat back forward and you may have to change the fore/aft seat position to rotate it.
Step 4: Lift up the seat bottom cushion slightly at the front (to clear the cleat that keeps it from moving accidentally) and slide it forward.
Note: Some Roadtreks have a drawer under the seat base that is pulled forward to support the cushion.
The seat bottom should now be snug up against the front seat. You can move the front seat forward or back on its rails to improve alignment if needed.
Step 5: Now take the seat back and place the bottom edge against the seat bottom and tip the top back against the wall.
Step 6: Now push down on the top of the seat back, sliding it down the wall until it rests on the hinged wood block.