Air-powered motorcycles may not be the newest toy on the block, but there has never been one as fast, as impressive or as groundbreaking as the Saline Airstream.
Designed by five French students as a racing bike, the Saline Airstream features a remarkably light and durable aluminum/magnesium frame that gives it the foundation it needs to seriously dish out some powerful horsepower. On top of this, it also packs 27 liters of compressed air for its engine in three discretely designed holding tanks.
The bike is currently being designed in two different models: one as a normal motorcycle and one for extremely high-speed, record-setting performance. Either way, however, the Saline Airstream is a wake-up call to anyone who has ever argued that fossil fuel-free automobiles can't measure up to their oil-dependent brethren.
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