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Posted on by Anthony Kodack
A Japanese vehicle manufacturer unveiled the prototype of a new electric motorbike carrying a hybrid magnetic motor, which can run almost noiselessly up to 180 kilometers (112 miles) on one charge. Tokyo-based Axle Corporation says that the battery of the next-generation electric vehicle motorbike can be charged at home, in the same way as a cellular phone. It takes a little over 6 hours to fully charge the battery, and the vehicle’s maximum speed is capable of reaching 150 kilometers per (...)
Posted on by Anthony Kodack
How much of riding a motorcycle is really the sound of the machine itself? That’s the question that potential riders will ask if and when they try out a hydrogen-powered motorcycle, manufactured at Intelligent-Energy, in Leicestershire, the U.K. Like its automobile brethren, this machine runs on hydrogen, feeding it into a chamber and forcing it react with oxygen. The result is—surprise—water. That water is the only byproduct. No fumes, just vapor. What we have here is much more than a (...)
Source: www.mobilemag.com
Posted on by Anthony Kodack
It’s not just a mode of transportation. It’s machine art. Or rather, Machineart, a company that has collaborated with eCycle, Inc. to produce three hybrid motorcycle concepts designed to evoke "lightness and the image of an advanced vehicle." Operating much like the hybrid cars that seem to be all the rage these days (although slowly getting overshadowed by fuel cell and other "alternative" vehicles), these three hybrid motorcycle concepts get their power from a (...)

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