Fuel Cell Powered V-Trek Eco-friendly Bike

Fuel Cell Powered V-Trek Eco-friendly Bike

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.

Filed in Concepts > Transportation. Seen at: ecofriend.org

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