Want to look cool while riding an eco-friendly motorcycle? The V-Trek concept motorcycle by designer, Terrence Teo, will probably suit your needs. It’s designed to be a zero-emission bike, and it’s powered by a proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell which converts the chemical energy of hydrogen and an oxidant to generate electricity. The 700 liters hydrogen stored in a metal hydride canister can power the onboard 1KW motor to a top speed of 50km/h for up to an hour. The casings for this bike are designed so that you can easily personalize its looks, making it more appealing to the younger crowd as well.
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