If the ecological impact of driving a motorhome to your holiday destinations is weighing heavily on your mind, here’s an art project from 2008 that might offer a more environmentally sustainable alternative.

As you might guess from the photo, it’s called the Camper Bike and it’s the work of Canadian-born artist Kevin Cyr.

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If the ecological impact of driving a motorhome to your holiday destinations is weighing heavily on your mind, here’s an art project from 2008 that might offer a more environmentally sustainable alternative.

As you might guess from the photo, it’s called the Camper Bike and it’s the work of Canadian-born artist Kevin Cyr.

The project was apparently fully functional, although there’s no news on whether or not it went beyond the ‘sculpture’ stage by catching the eye of a motorhome manufacturer.

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[via Examiner.com]

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