The frame is aluminium and it folds very neatly such that it can be trundled along in the folded state. It's weight is 12kg, so no lightweight, but since the machine can be trundled, weight is less important. Only for loading into vehicles would it be necessary to lift it.
Not cheap at £1600, but mass production would no doubt bring the price down significantly.
See how neatly it folds. The seat can be lowered of course, but makes a useful handle
for trundling the bike
Daftest exhibit at the show was this caravan designed to be towed by a bike. Sign on the back said "Max speed 5mph."
Weight unknown, but it did include a full length single bed, a long shelf and a digital television. Access to the bed did not appear to be easy, but you would be so tired after pedalling this thing along for a few miles, that you would need to be in bed early.
|View of caravan interior.|