Vehicles as housing: 27-sq-ft bike home + rowboat shelter





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Published on Feb 6, 2012

"I don't know if I could have a car without a bed in it." San Francisco Jay Nelson has put beds into nearly every vehicle he's ever owned, including a semi-totalled Honda Civic (bought for $200) and a tiny rowboat (found on craigslist).

He's even made a moped into a camper, but his most impressive podmobile is the electric camper bike he built from scratch using parts "you can find at a hardware store".

He bought the PVC pipe chassis online, along with an electric motor (he discarded his initial pedal-powered design because of the San Francisco hills) and began to build the vehicle in his driveway.

He calls his tiny mobile home the Golden Gate and with an electric motor range of 10 miles, it can go basically anywhere within San Francisco (7 x 7 square miles) at a top speed of 20mph.

Original story: http://faircompanies.com/videos/view/...
Music credit: Dave Warstler http://www.davewarstler.com/
Photo credit: Jack Halloway
Jay's website: jaynelsonart.com


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