TRIVIA - Electric Car
TRIVIA is an eletric vehicle for big cities, chaotic traffic and a better life.
Small and agile, slightly larger than a motorcycle, intended to an occupant while offering the advantages as
porter, seating, lighting, air and shelter from rain, wind and dust.
Equipped with electric motor on the front wheel it does not pollute the air and is extremely economical, having pedals
as a step machine and gears like a bicycle that provide a chance to pedal while driving,
practicing all contributing to engine performance.
Intended for urban people, youth and adults with affinity to technology and innovation and preoccupied with health,
providing a chance of practicing without devote hours to exercise it. With intelligent design is TRIVIA
more than a tricycle, it is a revolution against a sedentary lifestyle, waste of space and time of cars
conventional convenience and comfort.
More details www.maisinfinito.com.br
http://3greenwheels.blogspot.com/ - Uploaded this video to use on my blog about 3 wheel green vehicles.
For more information visit the official webpage. With two wheels on front and one behind, SAM is a Swiss award-winning and patented Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) of a new generation designed and developed by Cree Ltd. Totally electric and capable of carrying 2 people. The batteries delay 1 hour to charge 40% and 6 hours for a full charge. It has an autonomy of 50 - 70 km and 85 top speed. It can accelerate from 0 to 50 km/h in 7 seconds. It will cost around 6600 euros. It does not have surprising performances, but perhaps it has everything we need to drive in the city.
Después de experimentar con vehículos eléctricos, creo que esto es una INVOLUCIÓN.
Se trata de un proyecto que me rondaba por la mente desde hace mucho tiempo.
Partiendo de un scooter de 50 cc. que conseguí en un desguace, he hecho un triciclo estilo "Can-Am". La suspensión es de doble trapecio, semejante (en aspecto) a la de un formula1.
Espero que os guste.
Folding moped & EV motorcycle that can't fall (thanks to gyroscopic stability)
Danny Kim has started his own car company, though, except for the old Land Rover he converted to run on biodiesel, his "cars" all have two wheels. He's patented a couple of electric cargo scooters, one of which folds up entirely to fit in elevators, pickup trucks... your apartment.
The vehicle that could put Lit Motors on the map is his C1. Part motorcycle, part car, he calls it a cyclecar. It's two-wheeled and tilts and leans like a motorycle, but it's fully enclosed and steers like a car. And best of all, thanks to gyroscopes, it doesn't fall down.
The Lit Motors design house in San Franciso's SOMA is layered with his designs. Kim takes us for a tour of the old warehouse where he parks his biodiesel Land Rover, his patented EV cargo scooters and his cyclecar prototype-in-progress.
Original story: http://faircompanies.com/videos/view/crafting-an-ev-motocycle-that-cant-fall-and-a-folding-moped/
Music credit: Music credit: "Danse Macabre - No Violin" by Kevin MacLeod (http://incompetech.com)
Turbospoke - The Bicycle Exhaust System
Buy here: http://www.speedwaymotors.com/turbospoke,50683.html
turbospoke is a complete Exhaust system that fits to any bike and makes it look and sound just like a real dirt bike. turbospoke is based on the old 'baseball-card-in-the-spokes' concept, brought right up to date. The realistic engine sounds are created using long lasting plastic cards, a clever sound chamber and an awesome megaphone Exhaust pipe which really amplifies the sound.
C-1 fully-enclosed self-balancing motorcycle
A promotional video for Lit Motors' C-1, a fully-electric, fully-enclosed, self-balancing motorcycle. See our complete article on the vehicle, at http://www.gizmag.com/lit-motors-c1-self-balancing-motorcycle/21002/
Opel RAKe electric car - In/Out/Driving
Opel RAKe is all-new battery-powered electric vehicle. The concept opens a new chapter in electric mobility and extends Opel's pioneering role in alternative propulsion systems. The key figures of the motorway-capable vehicle are 100 kilometers for one euro, one third of the weight of a modern small car, and a maximum speed of 120 km/h.
Tim Cameron Breaks Atlas Transfer Case
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TC was hard on the Gas when he snapped the Rear OutPut in half in the Atlas II Transfer Case. Guess it's time for some 300m Outputs!!