Moby1 Expedition Camper Trailers

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Don’t let the small size of the Moby1 expedition trailers fool you. These things are built with all of the amenities you would get in a trailer three times its size, but without the hefty price tag.

Available in four different models, the folks at Moby1 have created a range of tiny trailers designed for outdoor enthusiasts. Every model (XTR, XC, RT, and C2) is built by hand, and includes everything you would expect from a standard sized trailer from full-size galleys to a comfortable foam mattress for a good night’s sleep under the stars. For those of you that are looking to hit the road solo, the Moby1 C2 can be towed by nothing more than a motorcycle, and will only set you back $6,500. Prices range up to $16,500, depending on model and additional customization options.

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