This is an excellent idea, especially for a skilled willow weaver.
If you need a bicycle wagon and can get a lightweight frame built, this seems to be a great, eye-catching option. I suggest watching the short videos on their site as well. I find their site somewhat difficult to navigate, but who am I to talk with all the clutter around here?
Here is a quick link to the video about the Weaving Wagon:
Click here for their full post about the Weaving Wagon and I suggest looking around. They have some neat stuff going on.
I think I would really love to have something like this.
Paul Elkins seems to be quite an inventor and a talented Maker. Here is an ingenious and practical shelter he created that weighs only 45 pounds (20 kg).
Tiny indeed but I love the low profile. Wind resistance is everything with human power.
Great combination of high and low visibility here. Automobile drivers are the biggest concern for cyclists and it is good to be seen on the road. When I was a full-time cyclist I was hit several times.
Extremely simple furnishings; lightweight plastic bins, some tiny cabinets, a small stove and speakers.
With the builder modelling for scale, the pod seems rather small. However, it provides a simple shelter from the weather and a place to keep some gear. Have a look at the summary HERE and check out his older work on the BLOG.