Bicycle Wheel that Collects and Stores Kinetic Energy

It makes use of a technology that resembles the Kinetic Energy Recovery System, which played an important role in Formula One racing during the last few years.

When the rider hits the brakes, the kinetic energy is recovered by an electric motor installed in the wheel. The energy is then stored by the built-in batteries for further sensors or additional electronics need to be added to the frame and an existing bike can be retrofitted with the blink of an eye

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