Hanebrink Electric All-Terrain Bike is designed by a NASA engineer

This is a cool design – an all-terrain cycle with tires seen on racer bikes. It is no surprise that the inventor is a national champion cyclist and an aerospace engineer for NASA who came up with this interesting idea. Dan Hanebrink created the Hanebrink, who came up with this alternative to using skis by an explorer. The bike is suited for rough terrains such as snow and ice as well as dirt and concrete. It features a 600-watt motor and can race up to 20mph, and when its lithium-ion battery is fully charged can trek for 100 miles. The electric bikes start at $5,500, and the all-terrain pedal only starts from $3,000.


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