A motorhome on two wheels?! We’ve seen everything now!

Created by 26-year-old American, Jeremy Carman, the Moto Home prototype is based on a 1993 Honda CBR 1000 F motorbike and a Honda CR 500 motocross bike, according to report by Out & About Live.

The so-called ‘Sleeper Box’ mounted at the rear is 183 inches long, just under 39 inches high and 86 inches wide — which, according to creator Jeremy, is about big enough for a small to average-sized adult! Constructed using GRP and an aluminum frame, the living quarters are upholstered in suede and cedar wood, and even includes a mattress and window.

The Moto Home is Jeremy’s bachelor thesis at the Southern California School of Architecture, and he plans to test out its capabilites over the course of a 20,000-mile trip from California to the southernmost tip of South America, and back again.

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