Air-Powered Motorcycle

Air-Powered Motorcycle
Design

The O2 Pursuit is a motorbike prototype by Dean Benstead that can go 100 km on a single tank of compressed air.

Emma Hutchings
  • 5 november 2012

Melbourne-based industrial designer Dean Benstead’s O2 Pursuit project is an investigation into the use of air as an alternative fuel. This prototype motorcycle is powered by compressed air and it can reach speeds of up to 87 mph and go 100 km on one tank. Co.Exist reports that the bike features a Yamaha WR250R frame, a DiPietro Air Engine developed by Engineair Australia, and a standard scuba diving tank.

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