Cyclists can fully enjoy their trips with the Wide Path Camper

Wide Path Camper

Cyclists out on long trips are always worried about getting accommodations as they couldn’t carry all the necessary items with themselves. Well, Wide Path Camper, a Denmark-based company has a cool solution for all their camping needs. To improve the travelling experience of the cyclists, the company has designed a tiny trailer that can be towed by a bicycle. Referred as mobile tiny houses, the campers are designed to offer instant shelter from weather, dining space and a comfortable sleeping area.

The Wide Path Camper weighs 100 pounds and can be set in just three minutes. Under development since 2012, the mini RV can carry 300 pounds of essential items and camping gear. The caravan comes with a hard-shell exterior, a lightweight and collapsible design which offers safety along with much needed relaxation after a hectic ride. Expanding to 39-by-102-inch for camping, the trailer features a comfortable bed for 2 adults and one child and a convertible space for 4 adults to dine-in.

Wide Path Camper

The bicycle camper designer will be adding features like the sunroof and solar panels to the upcoming models. Thus, besides charging phones and other devices cyclists can also add extra power to their electric bikes while cycling through rocky and uphill terrains. Well, for now you must in good shape to pedal with so much weight attached to your back.

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The Wide Path Campers will be available for purchase from the spring of 2016. The basic model is priced at $4,000 whereas a luxury model with higher quality mattress and a tablet holder will set you back around $4270.

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Wide Path Camper

Via: Telegraph

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Sunil has been blogging about autos, consumer gadgets and home improvement ideas from a couple of years. When he is not writing, you can find him riding his royal enfield motorcycle, listening to music and showing off his football skills

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