Gallery: Kevin Cyr Unveils Awesome Bike Camper at “Home in the Weeds” E...

Kevin Cyr, a Brooklyn-based designer and artist, opened his new mobility and shelter-themed exhibition, 'Home In The Weeds', this last month at 941 Geary in San Francisco. Cyr is the artist who designed and built the fantastic human-powered campers, Camper Kart and Camper Bike, as a way to explore human powered movement and shelter with a vintage aesthetic. His new project is a collection of shelters for a future worst-case scenario and includes a bike-pulled trailer, a tent with wainscoting, a shelter from discarded materials and a fallout foxhole shelter built into the ground.

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  1. sclellen June 2, 2011 at 2:18 pm

    I lived for close to two years in a very used 24 ft. Holiday Ramblet while building an adobe home. I think the tent concept makes more sense in a smaller scale…at least it breaths! Is the need for aluminum and particle board to keep the bugs out? And hauling that port-house behind a bike…how far are you going? The old “tear-drop” camper would be less wind drag don’t you think?

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