The pedal powered camper was constructed in April 2008 and is built for one. Attached to a burly tricycle frame made to haul goods, the cab-over easily sits on the back platform. Like a turtle shell this camper goes anywhere the owner can bike it. The camper’s interior features small and efficient appliances as well as a place to sleep and storage. We’re dying to see pictures of the inside, but alas, none have been found.
Cyr’s Camper is also the subject of a number of his paintings, which feature RVs, delivery vans, ice cream trucks, beat up old trucks and motorcycles. About his work, Cyr says, “In this particular series, I commemorate commercial vehicles inundated with graffiti and rust, working vehicles, and well-traveled recreational vehicles. I find that there is so much character in old delivery trucks and vans — especially when covered with graffiti — and in the old RVs parked in someone’s yard off a main road. Removing them from their everyday context gives them portrait-like importance. I paint with devoted attention to every imperfection and sign of age.”
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That might be great in South Dakota, but around here we have these things called "hills".
If there is a generator that makes electricity while you pedal to your next location, and it charges batteries that run your DC appliances, that would make it complete! And a satellite dish! LOL!
not pedal powered, petrol powered. the pedals are just to get the motor going. like an old "moped". i'd like to see someone pedal up a hill pulling all that weight without the assistance of a motor.
I would truly like to know how i can get one of these?
this is indeed a very cool idea and we are seriously developing something along this line. Be sure to check out our web site at: http://www.ufocamper.ca We have two bicycle mini camper designs in the works and we are currently working on trying to raise funds through our IndieGoGo campaign to make the first prototype. Help us out and we can make this dream a reality: http://igg.me/p/232699?a=1300437
Curious. Is that a Main Street Pedicab frame?
http://kevincyr.net/index.php?/project/camper-bike/ slide 15 has a black and white sketch as well.
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There's a picture of the interior here: http://welovescotch.blogspot.com/2008/06/what-beautiful-day-for-kevin-cyr.html But it's really small. I can make out a desk in front of a bench that's built into the vehicle side. Under the desk is some storage space. And there looks to be a pillow at the top, maybe a pullout loft bed. If that is so, there's even a skylight/sunroof for one to watch the stars before sleeping :)