The unusual thing about the Hx2 Horse-Drawn Hitch Wagon is that it recognizes recreational travel by horse and carriage as a popular form of transportation in the modern world. Many of the towed contraptions you come across around city parks have been done up to resemble the old-fashioned style with wood-spoked wheels, elegant carvings, painted details and garlands.
Guillaume Diolez of Hall Design has come up with a cool contemporary-looking and lightweight alternative that's more maneuverable for the mare, more comfortable for the passengers and optimized for functionality rather than classic aesthetics. The buggy's tires are better suited for more varied terrains, resembling the sorts you'd find on mountain bikes. They have mudguards and so do the seats, which are cushioned and supported by ergonomic contours and bars in the Hx2 Horse-Drawn Hitch Wagon.
Industrialized Antiquated Transportation
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