Originally Posted by D.J.
This was an entry in a design competition for an urban cycle for the homeless . The front section is detachable to be an independent unit . The front wheel is stored like a continental kit on the back until needed . The front section holds a tent and two large recycling bins for can collecting . The nose section comes off and fits over a steam or sewer grate to circulate hot air around the tent for colder nights . ...... D.J.
Very nice urban cycle design. I like the idea of a design competition for an urban cycle for the homeless. Is this an ongoing competition? Would appreciate any info you may care to post or PM me on this. I was once thinking about push-cart/shelter combination for urban use or travel.