This tiny camper might not fit an entire family, but it looks like a perfect pedal-powered weekend house for those in need of some alone time in the countryside. The foldable Wide Path Camper offers an environmentally friendly way of getting around, but Treehugger's writer, Derek Markham, poses a valid question: can a bicycle really pull the weight of 40kg (88lb), plus its additional load?
Modern nomads and nature lovers will fall in love with the Wide Path Camper for its eco-friendly concept and small size, but those in worse shape than Tour de France cyclists may experience trouble trying to get this baby up a hill. This creates a limited range of destinations to choose from, but if you’re fine with camping in the plains, the Wide Path Camper could be a smart investment. Also, if paired with an electric bike, the mobile home-away-from-home could prove to be much more versatile than initially intended.
The idea may not be groundbreaking, but its size and mobility look compelling. It can actually fit two people and has over 300 L of storage space for necessary luggage. Its sitting area can be easily transformed into a bed, and there is the option of adding solar cells to recharge the built-in-battery for charging phones and other small devices.