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Bicycles Electric Bike + Wind Power = Win

Published on October 9th, 2013 | by Zachary Shahan

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Electric Bike + Wind Power = Win

October 9th, 2013 by  

A month or so ago, we reposted an article that was published on sister site Gas 2 regarding a pretty sweet electric bicycle created by a CleanTechnica reader in Denmark. Since then (actually, since even before then), I’ve been meaning to share this short video about the transport potential of this bike + a tiny bit of wind power. Check it out:

Of course, for more details, check out the article linked (twice) above. 
 
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  • Lorraine Jacobs

    Electric bicycles are practical, efficient, safe, stylish and most importantly, easy on the environment. Thank you for sharing the video above. It was very nice. -http://www.greenpathelectricbikes.com/

  • http://longislandelectricbikes.com/ Long Island Electric Bikes

    We hope to see more of these sort of strategies. It’s pretty cool to think you could be totally off the grid.

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