Kirsten is going to show you Jay Nelson’s micro house that he built on a customized bicycle. It’s 27 square feet in size and has everything a surfer needs. It even has a roof rack to store and move around your boards!
Jay’s micro vehicle/bicycle home is made out of plywood sheets covered in fiberglass. He even custom made every window that’s on it. This little custom made RV even has a kitchenette with a stove, sink and drain. He uses a manual water pump that’s hooked up to a jug, sort of like this one. There’s even storage underneath the floor to hold everything you’d have to take with you. It stands about 5 feet tall and is 8 feet long and 4 and a half feet wide.
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Jay Nelson and micro houses he’s built on bikes, rowboats, and cars
Photo Credit Jack Halloway via Flickr
I told you it has an electric motor right? It has a range of 10 miles and can go up to 20 mph.
It took three long months of labor for Nelson to complete it. He’s a San Francisco artist.
In Kirsten’s video, Jay is going to show you:
- his future ideas for micro houses,
- his Honda CRX camper project (which you may have seen on the Internet),
- and his rowboat shelter.
Finally! Now we all know who built the CRX motorhome that’s famous on the Internet.
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Thank you Kirsten for another awesome episode!
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