Here is a man from Massachusetts who is taking his car-bicycle blend Organic Transit Vehicle otherwise known as an ELF bike, on a 1,200-mile (1,930km) trip from North Carolina to Massachusetts this summer, turning heads as the unusual-looking green vehicle moves with speed and energy through city streets.
Excitingly, Mr Mark Stewart's car-bicycle blend gains with an appearance like a cross between a bicycle and a car accompanied by solar panels along with a gently humming motor and a futuristic shape. It seems to be a green option for today's travelers. Ms Joanne Bury as she emerged from her Reston condominium building to take a look at the vehicle expressed that it's certainly conspicuously unusual and added that reminds her of when she saw a Smart car the first time. Mr Stewart, a 65-year-old family therapist and school psychologist from Cambridge, Massachusetts, took the summer off in order to drive his new vehicle beyond 1,930km on trails and roads using the East Coast Greenway, a bike and pedestrian trail that runs from Canada to Key West.
Mr Stewart commenced his journey by flying down to Durham, North Carolina, on July 15, and formed an approximation that the entire trip will take about a month. Interestingly, he covered the first leg, from Durham to Reston, Virginia, over roughly five days resulting being 95km at a time.
It's certainly unusual as well as creativity leading towards adventure.