Sustainable Bicycle-Towed Home for 'Burning Man' Project

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: Aug 27, 2009 • References: burningman & dvice
A man named Paul has created a sustainable bicycle-towed home in order to test his ability to create such a place in case of a swine flu apocalypse. The bicycle-towed home weighs about 100 pounds but is outfitted with all of Paul’s personal necessities.

Paul uses a solar oven for cooking and a solar heating system to heat up water for the shower and the kitchen. He pees in a funnel and we don't know where the other stuff goes (then again, he is outside). It looks like Paul is going to be the man to talk to in case of the swine flu apocalypse. Maybe one day you can own your own bicycle-towed home... Stats for Eco-Bike Abodes Trending: Older & Warm
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