Sure, Jesus walked on water, but what about his commute? He might’ve pulled a Judah Schiller and biked on water in order to get to work on time. The San Francisco resident (Schiller, not Jesus, although …) jury-rigged a floating bicycle from his mountain bike and an Italian bike kit, after he realized that the new bike path on the Bay Bridge would only go halfway across.

According to Inhabitat:

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The kit Schiller uses can fit in a backpack and consists of two inflatable pontoons, a small propeller and a mount that attaches to the bicycle. It takes about 15 minutes to set it all up and five minutes to take it down …

Want your own but leery of just strapping water wings to your bike and calling it good? You’re in luck:

The intrepid entrepreneur has set up an organization called BayCycle to develop affordable and practical water bike kits by 2015 through an IndieGoGo campaign.

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Now if Schiller could just help us with that water-into-wine thing …

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