Currie Technologies present the iZip Express hybrid electric bicycle that amplifies your pedal inputs to pro-level outputs.
August 22, 2007 Cycling devotees with huge thighs and shiny, rippling calves keep telling us that the pushbike is a fantastic way to get around town – but heaving and puffing up hills and into headwinds can be a discouraging proposition for those of us who aren’t such gods of physical perfection. Enter the iZip Express from Currie Technologies – a hybrid electric bicycle that uses a small motor to amplify your puny pedalling efforts into an output Lance Armstrong would be proud of. It’s a great idea - clean, green, and you still get some exercise out of riding it, but for a given amount of effort you go further and faster than on a normal bicycle.
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