The O2 Pursuit is an Air-Powered Motorcycle that Can Travel 62 Miles on a Single Charge

November 5, 2012 by  
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Developed by Dean Benstead , a graduate RMIT University in Melbourne, the O2 Pursuit is a pretty extraordinary bike. With a range of about 62 miles per ‘tank’ and top speeds of 87 mph, the modified Yamaha WR250R is powered entirely by compressed air. A canister with a compression of 3000 PSI, the same as those used by scuba divers, appears to power the bike as effectively as many electric motors—and Benstead’s technology has been nominated for a James Dyson Award . Read the rest of The O2 Pursuit is an Air-Powered Motorcycle that Can Travel 62 Miles on a Single Charge Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: air powered cars , airpod , compressed air , dean benstead , james dyson award , o2 pursuit , rmit , scuba power , tasa

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The O2 Pursuit is an Air-Powered Motorcycle that Can Travel 62 Miles on a Single Charge

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