SiGNa Chemistry Inc. Creates a Water- & Hydrogen-Powered Electric Bike

By: Michael Hines - Published: Oct 7, 2010 • References: signachem &
SiGNa Chemistry Inc. has created what could be the greenest electric bicycle ever. Its electric bicycle is powered by water and hydrogen fuel cells.

Just add water and you've got an electric bike capable of going 60 miles on a single charge. Once one cell wears out you can simply swap it with a new one and be on your way. No word on when SiGNa Chemistry Inc. plans on releasing its electric bike, but it is taking pre-orders for the fuel cells. The waiting is always the hardest part. Stats for Fuel Cell Bicycles Trending: Older & Mild
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