Man Creates Tiny Camper Home Pulled By Bike
Kathleen Shipman 4/8/2016
This "stealth camper" takes tiny living to a whole new level. Although we have seen many tiny spaces over the past years, Paul Elkin's DIY micro mobile home is extraordinary to say the least. Watch to see how he created his miniature home (which is pulled by a bike), and also to get a short tour of the inside!
Why settle down in one spot, when you can have a house on (bicycle) wheels? That is exactly what Paul Elkins must have been thinking when he chose to design his tiny camper. For only $150, he was able to build a fully-functioning home that can be transported around by its connecting bike. You may be asking yourself how he was able to do so for such a small cost... Well, the trailer was constructed out of old campaign signs (which were free) and the other materials were very basic and affordable.
And what is it like on the inside? Although it may look like a very tiny kid house on the outside, hidden away is actually most everything you would ever need! Paul's home has a comfy lying area, stove, drawers, spice cabinet, and even a book shelf. Best of all, he is able to travel the country without having to worry about any bills besides food. Hmm, kind of gives you something to think about!