Last year, we acquainted you with this stylish bicycle-towed caravan by Denmark-based company Wide Path Camper. It is a folding caravan that sleeps two adults and a child, and can easily be towed by a bike, allowing cyclists to go anywhere along with their personal accommodation. With a few minor upgrades in the intervening time, the micro-camper is finally ready to hit the roads next month.
In towing mode, the camper can fold up with its back end resting over the front end. On unfolding, it measures 2.6-meter long and just under 99 cm tall. It weighs 100 pounds, which is remarkably light for a caravan. This means it can easily be hauled up by an individual to any location. So when want to take a break from cycling, you can park it for sight-seeing or resting anywhere you like.
The caravan’s fiberglass body has been replaced with a molded composite. Interior is lined with insulation foam for coziness and warmth. Even inertia brake has been added, and a slot is installed in the back of the caravan where the user can accommodate a tent for extra shelter when parked.
An optional solar package can also be installed. When paired with a battery, the solar panels will be able to juice up your smartphones, as well as power a light and fan for up to 12 hours. Now you can preorder this bike-towed camper from the company’s website. It will begin shipping in Europe, Canada, Australia, US, and other countries from September. The prices start at €3,500 (approx. US $3,900).
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