New RV hits the market: Burns food, not gas

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    Now, that’s one tricky headline. It’s not exactly true, as in literally true, but then again it is true in a roundabout way. This little RV is made to be pulled behind a bicycle, not a motor vehicle. No fossil fuel is required. Just bring along a lot of high energy food to provide energy for lungs and legs if you’re going to peddle this micro-mono RV to your favorite campground.

    And get this: The 70-pound RV has storage space, a water supply, sink and bed. But sorry, no toilet or shower.

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    Billy Bob Thorton
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    You probably were, but, you did it way cheaper than, the carbon fiber, ultra lightweight aircraft aluminum, blah blah blah crowd.
    You’re probably right on this product, 70lbs. and no gear yet hard to see it making it.

    Tommy Molnar
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    I don’t think this contraption is going anywhere. At 70 pounds already, this leaves very little personal gear weight. As someone who rode a bicycle from Chicago to San Francisco back in 1979, I can attest that trying to haul an additional 70 pounds over and above my NECESSARY gear would be out of the question. Not to mention the added rolling resistance of a trailer. When I look at today’s cross country bicyclists and all the gear they haul (packs on both the front and rear wheels of their bikes), I think I was positively spartan!