Guillaume Blanchet of Montreal is The Man Who Lived on His Bike. He loves his bike so much, that he lived on it for over a year.

Why did he do it? I love being on a bike, he said on his vimeo page. It helps me feel free. I get it from my dad.

His dad is 64 and has logged over 75,000 miles on a bike himself.

After 382 long days of riding through the streets of Montreal with a GoPro camera -- cooking eggs, shaving, doing crosswords, and ironing his clothes -- Blanchet put together a video (below) of his antics.

The music initially belies the goofiness of our protagonist's journey.

Blanchet rides through snow and sun, eats burgers, and surfs the net. He even completes a Rubik's Cube and meets a girl along the way - a fellow biker of course. He acts out an entire day from bath to sleep on his bike, making the most mundane acts seem extraordinary when done pedaling through a city street.

If we're to believe this video, the French-born copywriter lives and breathes life from the seat of his mountain bike.

In the end, Blanchet's short film is a great tour of Montreal's charms and a practical study in the madness of multitasking.

Check it out below:

THE MAN WHO LIVED ON HIS BIKE from Guillaume Blanchet on Vimeo.