VW Transporter turned into a camper for cyclists

VW Transporter turned into a camper for cyclists


CJL Leisure, a certified partner of the Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles (VWCV) division, has built a unique Transporter. It was created in a single copy for the Scottish restaurateur and amateur cyclist Alan Murchison. Van will be used as a support car for the women’s cycling team CANYON SRAM Racing, where Murchison is currently serving as a chef.

The long wheelbase Volkswagen Transporter 6.1 became the basis for the camper. The car was painted in the colors of Rapha, a manufacturer of cycling clothing, and equipped with everything you need to rest and eat between races. The van even has a secret room for five bicycles, with a pressure washer and a 70-liter water tank. Plus a top-loading refrigerator, sink and gas hob.

In addition, the Transporter has several sleeping places, a coffee grinder and a La Marzocco Linea Mini coffee machine. The power sources on board are 350-watt solar panels that power two 12-volt AGM Leisure batteries, which in turn are connected to a 3000-watt converter. CJL Leisure is ready to carry out this conversion for any other vehicle. The initial cost of the rework will be £ 26,900, or $ 37,000.

For those looking for more luxury, the Volkner Mobil Performance S motorhome will suit you, with a garage that can fit a Bugatti Chiron, a luxurious interior and a Burmester sound system costing ten CJL Leisure conversions.

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