If you are looking for an extra small tiny house that is light enough to pull behind a bike, this may be the one.
Paul Elkins decided to build his own micro Airstream bike camper as light and as cheaply as possible. Will a few weeks of research and a sketch pad he came up with this ingenious design for his portable tiny house.
Gathering four “harvested” fluted-plastic campaign signs from a recent election, a $20 used bicycle, six pine boards ($1 at Home Depot), screws, duct tape and zip ties, he built his newest miniature mobile shelter for about $150.
“Calling it a “micro Airstream bike camper”, it’s a 60-pound “home away from home”, complete with butane stove, bread-pan sink, counter, food storage shelving, clothes-storage bins, LED lighting, bed, windows, pee jug, bubble insulation, stereo with MP3 player, and a skylight made out of a 1 gallon plastic tub.” Paul Elkins Airstream bike camper here.
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