Bill Peyton said he's had the idea for years.
"Just never really got it going until now," he said.
That spark of genius? His new business. You won't find an office or a desk at Peyton's new workplace, but you're likely to see him riding around the streets on a bicycle.
"The concept is kind of like seeing the ticker go across the bottom of your screen, when I ride by, you see the information," said Peyton.
Go Green Bike Ads aims to get local clients to advertise on the modified bike. Peyton came up with the blue prints for the model, and got local welders to help him build it. The two-wheeled contraption pulls some signage on the back.
"I went from being unemployed to not only creating a job for myself, but as I get more customers I'll be creating part time jobs for others to ride my ad bikes," he said.
Peyton said it's not about how many miles he puts on the bike, rather he focuses on riding in areas with a lot of people. He said he'll ride rain or shine, as long as it's safe.