New electric bike offers so much storage, you won’t miss your car

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The swanky new CERO One electric cargo bike is designed to ease the adoption of more environmentally-friendly transportation. Electric bikes, or e-bikes , are 10 to 20 times more efficient than a car , but many lack the convenience of cargo space. Not CERO One. Kitted with a novel modular cargo rack system, this bike can be reconfigured to suit the needs of any particular person or task. The CERO One was invented by environmentalist Kiyoshi Iwai, who hopes to make his hometown of Los Angeles a better place to live in part through practical e-bikes. An avid surfer , Iwai was inspired to create a storage system that makes it easy to haul significant cargo, like a surfboard. The modular system has 12 distinct configurations that include three aluminum baskets on the front and rear of the bike and space for a child’s seat in the back. Thanks to its abundant storage space and resilient design, the CERO One can carry up to 300 pounds in cargo. Related: EvoWheel converts almost any bicycle into an electric bike in just 30 seconds CERO has equipped their latest e-bike with a new-generation Shimano 504Wh battery that has a range of 93 miles on a single charge and a top speed of around 20 MPH. Even with the heaviest of loads, the CERO One is capable of traveling 44 miles before requiring a recharge. The CERO One requires five hours for a full recharge, or two and a half hours for approximately 80 percent. The e-bike is available to purchase for $3,399. Via Curbed Images via CERO

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All-electric flying bicycle takes to the skies in first manned flight

June 3, 2015 by  
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Click here to view the embedded video. Flying bikes have come a long way since Steven Spielberg sent Eliot flying towards the moon in E.T; notably, there are some very real, Hollywood-SFX-free ones in development. Aeroflex’s Hoverbike has so far reached a top speed of 30mph, and a maximum flying height of 15 feet, and now a team from Hungary has developed an all-electric flying bike that just recently achieved its first manned venture. The tricopter vehicle—dubbed Flike —has so far stayed aloft in controlled tests for over a minute, and with lithium-polymer batteries to power the cycle’s six rotors it has the capacity to sustain a 30-40 minute flight. Read the rest of All-electric flying bicycle takes to the skies in first manned flight Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: bay zoltan , electric bike , electric vehicle , flike , flying bike , flying electric bike , hoverbike , lithium batteries , litium polymer , tricopter

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Fiji’s new floating pizzeria is a tasty slice of paradise

June 3, 2015 by  
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Copenhagen Wheel Hits the Streets

December 5, 2013 by  
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A few years back, the ‘ Copenhagen Wheel ‘ was one of a few innovations in cycling that were being proposed to try to make bicycle commuting easier. While it was just a concept in 2010, it is now a real product, with pre-orders being offered by manufacturer Superpedestrian . The Copenhagen Wheel is a combination battery and motor that is installed on a Single Speed or 9/10 Speed Free Hub bicycle, converting it into an electric bike with a range of up to 50 km (31 mi) and a top speed of 25 mph (in the US; 25 km/h in the EU). It also provides regenerative braking and Bluetooth connectivity and iOS and Android integration. For now, Superpedestrian is only selling the Copenhagen Wheel alone , so you’ll need to provide your own bike to mount it on. However, the company says that they will soon be selling bikes already equipped with the Copenhagen Wheel. The early-bird pricing for the Copenhagen Wheel is $699 (regular price will be $799 according to the website). Also previously on EcoGeek: Rubbee Turns Regular Bicycles into Electric Vehicles

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Five most luxurious electric bikes for the urban commuter

October 17, 2011 by  
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Aravind Balasubramanya: The bicycle has been defined as a ‘vehicle with two wheels in tandem propelled by pedals and having a handlebar to control the movement’. Maintaining that same definition, designers are vying with each other to come out with more powerful variants of the good old bicycle. To add to its power and speed, they have adapted an electric motor too. All this, however, makes one wonder about the logic in trying to make the already ‘green’ bicycles eco-friendly by adding electric motors! The costs of some of these bikes are so high that the designers may have to sell them as electric ‘motor’-bikes! Still, it is an interesting adventure to ride through some of the neatest electric bicycle designs. 1. Grace One Grace one With a top speed of 40mph this bike can be fully charged in just one hour. This bike looks graceful no doubt, but it is more of power than grace as you will find out when you take it for a ride. The looks are the first thing that will bowl you over. The redesigned frame is an improvement over the previous version which did very well in the market. Headlamps lie concealed in an aluminium encasing in the front of the bike and the seat is neat. The highlight, however, is the the integrated Li ion batteries which charge in less than an hour. They then kick up a rear, hub-mounted motor, which powers your cycle in tandem with your legs to move at speeds nearing 30 miles an hour! And you can do this speed for a range of about 31 miles. A real cool bike to own if you have about $6,000 in your wallet! 2. Black trail Black trail This ultra light e-bike is engineered by UBC and the luxurious design is by PG Bikes. Engineered by UBC and designed by PG bikes, the Black trail is a super-fast bicycle designed mainly from carbon fiber. It has been designed only for the adrenaline rush that it delivers with its sheer speed. The electric bicycle can reach top speeds of 62 miles an hour and has a cruising speed of 31 miles an hour. The range at top speed is about 31 miles, while it goes up to 120 miles when cruising. The carbon fiber, titanium, magnesium and high alloyed aluminium that have gone into its construction, ensure that the bike is only 44 pounds. This is a limited edition version and one in 667 pieces. But none of these qualities justify its atrociously high price of $ 80,000. 3. M55 EVO-001 Luxury Electric Bike M55 With a cruising speed of 43mph, the bike is equipped with Brembo disk brakes Taking the story of limited editions further, the M55 comes as one in 250 pieces – ever made. Priced for the premium market, the bike is constructed from a singly molded aluminium frame. The electric motor has been strategically positioned in the center for stability during the ride. Having a 250W capacity, the motor is capable of speeding the bike to 43 miles an hour. No wonder that the bike has been built with strong Brembo disc brakes to bring it to a halt. The intelligence behind the brakes will be appreciated further – when you realize that an off-street variant is available with a 1300W motor. The black frame gives the bike a cool look and a ride on it will definitely be a hair splaying experience! 4. YikeBike Yike The cruising speed is 23mph while the range is 10.2 kilometers. Now, this is a bike that you will not fall in love with, at first sight. And that is what you would expect when you see someone riding a ‘bike’ with handlebars behind the bottom. The initial reaction will be more like ‘Yuck’! But soon, it will get converted into a ‘Yikes’ as the YikeBike shows you some cool features that have been built into it. Neatly fold-able, the bicycle weighs less than 10 kilograms and is made of carbon fiber. A 1kW motor could have powered the bicycle to super speeds if not for the electronically set safety speed limit of 12 miles an hour. A built-in Li battery charges to nearly 80 percent in just 20 minutes and then gives a ride for about 6 miles at a stretch. Priced at $ 3,500, it is rolling in its home turf, New Zealand. Talk around, is that this can be a useful toy for bicycle polo. 5. The Picycle Picycle PiCycle comes with a cutting edge stealth proof mechanism. Shaped like the Greek letter Pi, the Picycle is electrically powered to move at top speeds of 30 miles an hour with an average cruising speed of 15 miles an hour. It is very light and looks real cool but it costs $ 3000. With a range of 27 miles, it would be a good and comfortable means to get to work and back home.

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5 Best neighborhood electric vehicles available

September 20, 2011 by  
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Babina Laishram: Neighborhood electric vehicles Neighborhood electric vehicles for green ride in street Under US laws Neighborhood Electric Vehicles (NEV) are a class of vehicles that are battery powered, have a top speed of 30 mph and a gross vehicle weight not exceeding 3000 lbs. These are four-wheeled vehicles that are allowed to ply on streets that have a speed limit of 35 to 40 mph. Devoid of certain safety features such as airbags and with speed limitations, these vehicles are not allowed on highways and freeways. Being an all-electric vehicle NEVs are more or less zero-emission vehicles and serve as a transport and delivery vehicle within establishments, and also as a leisure vehicle within communities. We list here 5 best neighborhood electric vehicles available. 1. GEM’s special edition neighborhood electric vehicles GEM’s neighborhood electric vehicle Neighborhood electric vehicle by GEM Global Electric Motorcar or GEM, a neighborhood electric vehicle manufacturer, offers a special edition package with its GEM e2, GEM e4 and GEM e6 lineup. What is striking about this zero-emission electric vehicle is that even though it is a limited utility and mobility vehicle yet it does so in style, adding glitz to its interior as well exterior in this special edition package. This is one NEV that has a deluxe steering wheel with tilt steering, chrome headlight bezels, polished aluminum wheels, carpeted floor mats, chrome front and rear bumpers, luxurious two-toned seats and a host of other accessories. GEM special edition NEV is not only highlighted by its homely and rider-friendly design but also by its Glacier Blue fascia. 2. Golf car manufacturer unveils street legal 2Five EV Street legal 2Five EV Street legal 2Five neighborhood EV E-Z-Go, the golf car manufacturer intends to add more purpose to its golf car credentials by coming out with a street legal model, the 2Five EV, which means it would have a top speed of 30 mph and would be allowed to ply on 35 mph speed limit streets. This NEV will be powered by a 48 Volt AC motor with an on-board charger. The 2Five EV also has a meter that shows the strength of the batteries and how much power is left in them. Available in two and four seater variants, the 2Five EV is priced at $8,300 and $9,000 respectively. Complete with recharging outlets for mobile phones and other devices, the 2 Five EV has hydraulic disc brakes in case its top speed of 30 mph is too fast for folks. 3. Romet’s 4E prototype neighborhood electric vehicles Romet’s 4E neighborhood electric vehicle 4E Neighborhood electric vehicle by Romet The Romet 4E is a NEV classed vehicle that can easily fill the void between bikes and cars. A prototype from Romet Motors, a Polish automobile manufacturer, the 4E is powered by a 4 kW DC motor. With a top speed of 28 mph, 4E falls under the speed criteria set for NEVs. With two prototype neighborhood electric vehicle will run on power supplied by either lead acid or lithium-ion battery pack with an operating range exceeding 62 miles. Excluding the weight of the batteries, the 4E weighs just 769 lbs, and this lightweight EV, which is available at a price ranging between $8370 and $9675, will be one tough green Polish contender in the NEV market. 4. Peapod Eco-mobility neighborhood electric vehicle Peapod neighborhood electric vehicle Peapod a neighborhood electric vehicle A Chrysler NEV with high aspirations, the aptly named Peapod Eco-mobility NEV is adorned with a wide smiling fascia that promises to do away all carbon footprint worries. Unattractively named suicide doors allow easy access into this car and once inside, the Peapod will surprise everyone with its spaciousness topped off by the sunroof. An all-electric car, the Peapod has a top speed of 25 miles per hour in keeping with speed regulations set for a neighborhood electric vehicle. The uniqueness of this car is challenged by its operating range of 30 miles, a vulnerable figure in this regulated yet competitive NEV niche. Estimated to be priced around $12,000 the Peapod Eco-mobility NEV promises to be an environment friendly mobility solution with aspirations towards a future dominated by EVs and short commutes. 5. Marta UV neighborhood electric vehicle Marta UV neighborhood electric vehicle Marta UV a neighborhood electric vehicle Some hard facts first; the Marta UV is a concept NEV that won’t be available for sale. Second, this is a modified GEM, and third, with a top speed capability of 37 mph, this will be one illegal NEV if it fires all engines! Hard facts aside, the Marta UV is powered by lithium-ion batteries which would run a 10 hp electric motor. This engine has the capability to push the top speed of the Marta to 37 mph, 12 mph more than the original GEM, with an operating range of 105 kilometers. The roof of the Marta UV is lined with photovoltaic solar panels which adds an additional 5 km to the operating range of the NEV. All this enhancements have been made by making radical changes to not only the engine and technical aspects of the GEM but also the design in order to incorporate the solar panels.

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Mercedes-Benz to debut hydrogen fueled F125! at Frankfurt

September 13, 2011 by  
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Pratima Kalra: Mercedes Benz F125 Concept vehicle powered by fuel cells Whether a leak out of some facts about automobiles before launch creates more intrigue or spoils the punch can be mooted hard. The biannual Frankfurt Motor Show gives the big brand car makers like Mercedes Benz, BMW, Volkswagen, etc a platform to display their lavish plans for the future in terms of both design and technology. Therefore, the perfect platform for Mercedes Benz to launch its all new hydrogen pumped F125!, a concept aimed for 2025 CL-class. Picture Gallery 2011 Mercedes Benz F125 Hydrogen Gullwing 2011 Mercedes Benz F125 Hydrogen Gullwing Concept Vehicle Powered by Fuel Cells Automobile innovation no longer gives jitters to people; they know if you can think something, you can actually deliver it. We’ve digested the evolution of electric cars and now maybe it’s time for something more alluring. Thus, if Mercedes Benz claims that F125! will be fuelled by hydrogen with an engine that will bail out 231hp and it will take just about 4 seconds to reach to 62mph, with a top speed of 137mph, the facts will be well taken. To top it, the car has been designed to consume just 0.79 kilograms of H2 per 100 kilometers. As for the design details of F125!; it takes inspiration from the F800 with its fluid form and gullwing door concept. This gives this new Benz poise and elegance and also renders is useful for congested car space in cities. Just like a few other Mercedes Cars like McLaren, the undercarriage is made of a combination of carbon fiber, aluminum and plastic; using their comparative advantage to come up with something more solid. A gas tank made of carbon fiber is fitted to hold hydrogen to the capacity of 700 bars. Also it gets some power from an onboard 10kWh lithium-ion battery that would permit it to travel approximately 31 kilometers. Whether the 125 years of existence and success of the dynamic Mercedes Benz is once again going to dazzle the audience with its unique mix of technology and design all encompassed in the new gullwing F125! at the Frankfurt Moto Show, will be a thing to follow up with. Via: Autoblog

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Best luxury bikes for fashionable individuals

August 27, 2011 by  
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Prashanth Sagar: Black Trail Luxury Bike We all believe that luxury and sustainability don’t often go hand in hand. However, some designers do try to bring the sense of eco friendliness in luxury by incorporating next-gen green technologies in systems which are beyond the reach of the common masses. To prove our saying, check out a few luxurious bikes that have been designed for green individuals with deep pockets. One word that comes to mind when you check them out is ‘Impression’. Let’s see how they conquer your sense organs folks. Their excellent designs captivate your eyes. There’s no fuel smell and your nose is happy. No loud jarring sounds and your ears rejoice. By impressing the Eco system you are bound to ‘taste’ success. 1. Black Trail This ultra light e-bike is engineered by UBC and the luxurious design is by PG Bikes. Made using titanium, magnesium, high-alloyed aluminum and carbon fiber, this bike weighs a paltry 44 pounds. The bike has a top speed of 62mph while the cruising speed is 31mph. Now coming to the looks, this is a very handsome devil. Pick one but make sure you are amongst the first 667 since this is a limited production piece. 2. M55’s EVO-001 Termed as the Ferrari of the electric bikes, the EVO-001 is undoubtedly luxurious. The highlights of this bike are the one piece molded aluminum frame, the integrated battery pack and the strategical positioning of the motor for increased stability. With a cruising speed of 43mph, the bike is equipped with Brembo disk brakes. Only 250 units of these EVO-001 are being planned for the release. 3. Yike Bike Meet the 21st Century’s mini penny-farthing, the YikeBike. Priced at $3,600 this carbon fiber folding electric bike weighs a meager 22 pounds. The cruising speed is 23mph while the range is 10.2 kilometers. This bike can be folded in under 20 seconds. It takes 40 minutes for a full charge. A charger, a charger cord, a carrying strap, a tool kit with tire inflation adapter and Allen keys are the goodies that come with the YikeBike. 4. Grace Electric bike I have never seen anything as graceful as the Grace e-bike. This handmade aluminum e-bike consists of Euro fighter and Formula one parts that power its 1300-watt motor with lithium-ion batteries. With a top speed of 40mph this bike can be fully charged in just one hour. This unique and stylish bike is gonna take away $8742 from you since that’s what it is priced at. Grace yourself then! 5. PiCycle It’s design reminds me of the famous ‘VW Beetle’. Bright and colorful just like the Beetle, the PiCycle comes with a cutting edge stealth proof mechanism. Equipped with PiMobility, a custom software, this e-bike is connected to your smart phone. This software monitors the battery health, the battery life cycle, the charging frequency, motor and controller experience to name a few.This 750-watt, 36 volts DC motor with 7-speed levels is priced at a cool $2,495.

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Smart rolls out the much awaited electric car and bike

August 23, 2011 by  
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B Phanindra Kumar: Smart ForTwo Zero emission electric car Smart has rolled out its ForTwo Electric Drive car and electric bike that are soon going to hit the hit the automobile shops in 2010. The ForTwo car is neatly designed with nice hood and appealing vinyl paint. If we look into the specifications, ForTwo Electric Drive has a 74 horsepower electric engine. Notably, this is the first of its kind that an electric car is coming with a top speed of 75 meters per hour. Picture Gallery ForTwo Electric Drive Smart ForTwo EV and its accompanying ebike Notably, it can do 100 meter sprint with 13 seconds. The another important feature not to forget while purchasing an electric car is the battery. Mileage is to fuel-run cars what battery is to electric cars. ForTwo Electric Drive comes with a 17.6 Wh battery that is being supplied by Deutsche Accumotive. This car and electric bike—both come with the same mixed colors, green and white. They are all set to be exhibited at the Frankfurt auto show in September. It will, however, be kept for sale in Europe from next spring. This mini electric car has got stylish front-bumper, white colored rims and neatly designed hood. The side skirts of this car are undountedly attractive. The electric bike(e-bike) comes with a 400 watt battery and 250 watt electric motor that is being neatly fixed at the rear end. Another best feature of this bike is the USB port that can be used for charging a mobile phone on the go. In the bike rack at the rear, one can dump the mobile phone during charging. One can get home this green bike by spending approximately €2,900. The price of the car is yet to released by the company. Both these vehicles are equipped with zero emissions mobility package. Via: World Car Fans

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10 futuristic electric motorcycle designs that talk speed

August 16, 2011 by  
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DATTATREYA MANDAL: electric motorcycle electric motorcycle Many of us may be baffled by the fact that in actuality electric motorcycles were patented as long back as in 1860, and they entered the commercial scheme of things by 1911. But the electric component in itself presented two inherent predicaments that are considered as ‘traditional’ attributes in good motorcycles – one concerning the overall speed and secondly that robust sound of a engine revving. Coming back in the present scenario, green automotive technology has certainly advanced beyond these characteristic limitations to bring us concepts that are designed and bred for raw, exhilarating speed. And its high time we check out some of them. 1. All-electric Killer Joule to go at 400mph: The designer here is one Eva HÃ¥kansson, and in simple words she wants to break the speed record at Bonneville by designing a electric motorbike (read monster) that will be able to hit a breathtaking 400mph (640kmph)! Christened aptly as the Killer Joule, this contraption will be juiced up by a whopping 1300 cells (similar to power drills, though their standardized version contains only 10). And what’s more; some of the commercial ‘big guys’ like Greenstage-Tumanako and A123 have already taken fascination to her ambitious concept. 2. AER concept racing motorcycle: Conceived by Andre Federico Look, this classy yet futuristic looking motorbike is all set to incorporate not one or two but four electric engines, which can generate up to 143.5KW of boisterous power. Other features will include the integration of regenerative braking, efficacious battery packs and a streamlined form with tire temperature regulation for better steering. And to add to those attributes, the low emission bike will have an advanced mechanism that can harvest clean oxygen from the surrounding air for further generation of energy. 3. Zero Moto electric concept motorcycle: Conceptualized by Wes Rhoad, this CPU controlled motorcycle may seem like a giant, glossy dumbbell on the run. Inspired by Art Deco Steam Locomotives styling, the steering mechanism is what really stands out other than the unique visuals. This system will allow the two wheels to rotate at different directions (if one is clockwise, the other will be anti-clockwise) for improved controlling over small turning radius. Coming to specs, the contraption will have a top speed of 90 mph (144 kmph), with acceleration of 0-60 in 3.9 seconds and a good range of 200 miles (320 km). 4. Motorcycle enthusiast manages to go 190 mph in his electric machine: The man we are talking about is Chip Yates, and he fervently believes that low emission electric motorbikes can challenge their gas guzzling heavyweight cousins. And beyond believing, he has actually proven this by going at an invigorating 190.6 mph (304 kmph) in his 585-pound monster. Now, after increasing the specs to 240 hp and 365 pound feet of torque, he will actually try to move to 200 mph! 5. Solomoto’s Motoczysz E1pc: Looking like a ribbed monster out of hell’s depths, this robustly ’sleek’ contraption aims to push it on the sustainable front too. Weighing at 238 kg, the bike can romp up to a blistering speed of 162.5 mph (260 kmph). Coming with 125 hp and powered by 5 sturdy lithium-ion batteries, this certainly is the ‘green’ way to go in our book. 6. Honda Oree Electric Motorcycle Concept: Sustainability and Honda go hand in hand, and this time they are back with Oree Electric Motorcycle Concept designed by German students Nike Albertus and Andre Look. The minimalist style embedded with radial battery packs allows the bike mechanism to forgo gears and clutches. The drive-train will include a 90 hp motor that can push the bike to a top speed of 120 mph (192 kmph), while the convenient range can be extended to 190 miles (304 km). 7. Tryton MM2 electric motorcycle concept: If Harley got a futuristic revamp, the styling would somewhat look like this concept. Thought of by Vil Tsimenzin, the visual heaviness of the bike will in actuality be supplemented by a light carbon fiber frame with reinforced thermoplastic body panels. Coming to specs, the dynamite machine can go up to a speed of 160mph (256 kmph), with an acceleration of 0-100 in just under 4.4 seconds. The range is also adequate at 132 miles (211 km), while the charging can be done in two and a half hours via a conventional 110V outlet. 8. AMPLIO Electric Motorcycle Concept:: Conceived by designer Sebastian Tymoczko, the AMPLIO concept will feature a unique system which would allow nigh instantaneous replacement of the battery packs by an fully automated system. This will include a replaceable rack that will incorporate a 10 kWh capacity lithium-ion battery. To be designed for urban commuting, this ’swapping’ system will further accentuate upon the healthy 100 mile range of the low emission motorcycle. 9. BMW E 100R electric motorcycle concept: The concoction of the bare essence of a dirt bike with a demeanor of a sports bike, this design by Miika Mahonen looks forth to produce torque at even zero RPM. Moreover, with the simplicity of technology and expected low price tag, this machine can be the electric ‘Saviour’ for the masses. So, anyone with a wish to have sprightly spurt across the tight corners, this adamantly green bike is certainly for you. 10. Shavit electric superbike concept: Engineering student Eyal Melnick has managed to fuse two polar opposite elements of adaptability and speed into his user friendly electric sportsbike concept. The adaptable nature will come with the flexible seating position, which can be altered according to the driver’s comfort. Coming to the specs, the 170kg bike will incorporate a 180 hp motor, while the wheel base of 1380mm will contribute to greater control and speed capability.

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