*comfortably. Too late D:. Okay, Let's see how much it costs for one of the cheapest ways to live. Meaning no rent, no bills, no mortgage, no fuel, no car insurance etc. etc. I don't mean survive though, I mean live with all the amenities we need. Prices will vary of course (but I am searching for the cheapest with good quality) and items, this is just something I think would generally work and you'll get the gist. Unless you want to DIY this is what you'll need.
Since this unfortunately does not exist:
we'll have to find another way.
First of all, you'll need a cheap bike:
Kawasaki KDX126FS Dual Suspension Bicycle (145 euro).
+ bike accesory set (25.29 euro):
Now we need a bike trailer for all your shit:
Croozer Cargo Bike Trailer (139.30)
Rucksack (other bike bags may be needed, you carry this on your back though):
Jack Murphy Orient CV90 Rucksack (49.99 euro).
Then a tent:
Outwell Birdland Tunnel Tent - 2011 Model (208.99 euro).
Outwell Contour Double Sleeping Bag (54.99).
Portable heater (you could get an optional portable electric blanket too):
Portable Gas Heater + 4 Pack of Gas (31.60).
Solar powered laptop charger:
Powergorilla Portable Laptop Charger (203.25 euro).
An andoid phone with froyo 2.2 which doesn't drain your credit if you connect with 3G and you can use it as a wireless hotspot (we'll use HTC desire pay as you go as an example):
(116.90 for HTC desire)
Swiss champ (72 euros).
LED Lenser P17 (74.26).
Aladdin Challenger 1L Vacuum Flask (25.99 euro).
Cooking shit (not very knowledgeable in this area):
Coleman F1 Power Stove (50.00 euro).
Gelert Billy 3piece Set (79.99, also used for washing clothes).
Campingaz Camp Bistro Stove (19.99 euro)
Gelert pair of aluminium camping mess tins (11.99 euro).
Hi Gear Piknikset (29.99 euro).
Sanitation Equipment Visa 248 Deluxe Portable Toilet (80.10 euro)
Cabela's Shower Shelter (90.95).
Now, as for the rest of the electricity....(covered internet, laptop, lights but there's another essential comfort and that's hair straighteners and not just for your hair, more importantly for ironing your clothes, you'll have to find a place to charge it occasionally but that won't be hard. Go to camping sites. This is the only thing you'll need to go for there):
Deogra Prince Rechargeable Cordless Hair Straightener (56.60).
Total cost: 1567.17 euro (2,236.51 dollars) and whatever you want to spend on credit and groceries a week/month. Depends completely on the person. In my case I'd spend about 45 including batteries, gas and clothing (+5 euro credit) a week (remember, with the above options there's no freezing, so meat is bought in small amounts). So that's 3907.17 euro for me for one year. Wouldn't you be tempted to become a Courier?