The "hydrocell" bicycle is for sale and is tearing up the roadways in Great Britain. An ecogeeky company called
Valeswood's fuel cell, which they call the "hyrdocell," can produce up to 156 volts. Once the hydrocell is filled with 40 liters of hydrogen, it can be plugged into the company's folding-frame electric bike. The vehicle is EU compliant and riders don't need a driver's license or insurance to take it out for a spin. The bike's range between H2 fill-ups varies because the electric drive train is merely a backup option to be used whenever the peddler is pooped and in need of an eco-friendly pick-me-up.
written by Jon, May 09, 2007
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