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You Can Pull This Tiny Mobile Home Behind Your Bike (and Then Make a Quick Break)

Tiny homes are all the rage, she-sheds are about as on-trend as a backyard getaway can be, and campers have become surprisingly homey - so what happens when you combine the three? You get this: the Wide Path Campers tiny mobile home. At 88 pounds, it's made for toting behind your bike - sure, it's not light, but it's no heavier than biking with a couple kids in tow - and it will comfortably fit one to two people overnight.
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