We’ve somehow never covered the Copenhagen Wheel here on CleanTechnica — don’t ask me how that’s possible (I’ve written about it somewhere, but no idea which website that was at the moment). Luckily, Jo Borras recently covered this sweet-as-cherry-pie bike ‘wheel’ (which was created by a group of MIT innovators) over on Gas2, with a
new not-so-new video on it. Learn a bit about the Copenhagen Wheel via this repost:
Riding the Copenhagen Wheel (w/ video) (via Gas 2.0)
We’ve written a number of articles covering hybrid-electric bicycles over the years – and every one of them has a comment by some clown reader that asks about the Copenhagen Wheel. As well they should! Developed by the young brainiacs at MIT, the Copenhagen Wheel is, essentially, a bolt-on item…
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