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I heard someone talking about this like as if it was brand new technology.

When I started searching for it, it seems to be "old technology" that has disappeared for some reason. I suspicion it had to do with their choice of battery technology. A hydrogen Nickel fuel cell rechargeable.

There does not seem to be any info newer than about March of 2007. Following are some links that I have been able to find on it.

There are a couple of links on other technologies too that I found interesting. When you get stale, there is all kinds of things on the internet :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hs4GXH5Q3Rk
no audio , good video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8utqgS7es7k
with English audio, but crappy video

http://dvice.com/archives/2007/03/genesis_evx7_scooter_is_allele.php
Article written March 2007

http://electricandhybridcars.com/index.php/pages/sumomotorcycle.html
Web Page for it, same info though

http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Axle_Corporation%27s_Hybrid_Bike
Axle Corporation: but it is old info

http://www.bikeweb.com/image/tid/59
Miscellaneous photos


http://www.greenscooters.net/shop/index.php
Electric scooters for about town

http://www.airvolt.com/workflow.html
AirVolt Electric Motorcycle / Airplane

http://www.autoblog.com/2009/02/04/mission-one-ev-sport-bike-unveiled-150-mph-150-mile-range/3
Mission One EV sport bike unveiled - 150 MPH, 150-mile range

http://dvice.com/
A very neat online technology magazine

http://dvice.com/archives/2009/03/filmmaker_shows.php
Filmmaker Rob Spence lost an eye as a child, and now he's created the next best thing: a camera that fits onto his prosthetic eye.
 

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like the idea but looks like a hard ride the way the wheels ar epositioned, alright in a flat car park
 

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That design would not like too many rough rail crossings would it? :cheeky1:
 
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