He wrote, "I have still not left Los Angeles to return for my bicycle trip, yet I have been offered to create my bicycle trip into an adventure for all to see." Bottomline, he says, "I just want people to have fun. James Zinkland was nicknamed electric bike
Crazy James during his stay in the house because of his pink hair and hilarious antics. Now that he has completed his stint on Big Brother, he aims to get back on the streets with his bike, this time with a bunch of cameras following him around. It's hard to encompass how much passion people still have for the right to live," he wrote. It feels so damn good to know people are exploring this world. She is supposed to be moving to Los Angeles which is awesome but at the same time sucks because I am living on couches and in a bar. "So many people are telling me that they have sold their belongings and are now traveling. It's massive and its lands and people are something everybody needs to see." Despite being excited about his bicycle trip, Crazy James seems to be missing something--or someone--lately." . "Life is so ***** different after the show and I have been bouncing around like a madman." Moreover, he didn't forget to show his gratitude to the fans and supporters who have been there for him from the beginning. I miss seeing her everyday," he wrote. He says that he misses Chelsia a lot, and that he has to face the realities of life to deal with the fact that he misses her company." Nonetheless, he is thankful for whatever Big Brother has given him, and has moved on to even greener pastures. "I miss her. I miss laying next to her. In fact, he previously revealed that he might be co-hosting House Calls for the highly anticipated tenth season of Big Brother, which hits airwaves on July 13.Coming off Big Brother, James Zinkand never thought he's take home $25,000 for being " America 's Favorite Juror. Crazy James recently spoke with Jokers Updates and told them that his new project is "A reality show that is about me biking on $100 dollars" and about "showing people that there is alternative ways of traveling' think survivor man in the city' all over the world." More recently, Crazy James wrote on his official MySpace about his updates regarding the new project. More than that, the 21-year-old reality TV personality is set to pick up where he left off before he did Big Brother. "I love all the people that support me for me. He was also known for biking around the world with only $100 in his pocket.