Jan White wrote:The Dwelling Portably books have some good ideas about bikes and stealthy living.
Eric Thompson wrote:
Getting around the cost of licensing and insurance with a motorized vehicle is the biggest thing to do.
Mike Homest wrote: I expect it to be in the 70-100 kg area. So uphill might be a challenge with it?
Creighton Samuiels wrote:Although I agree that the camper-trailer on a bike is adorable, it's incredibly impractical. Just the problem of going uphill is a deal killer, as no matter the gearing, there is a limit to the amount of mass that an adult on a bike can safely or effectively petal up any grade over about 3 degrees. The owner would either start having to carry a tiny rope/winch combo to ascend the steep hills, or call a friend with a car. Also, a combined tiny house/green transportation solution already exists; it's called a "coastal cabin cruiser". Mount a bike rack on one of those, and petal around any coastal city as you like. Or take the bus.
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