Mel's Video Of The Day ( MVOTD.COM )
.
Featured Video: Budweiser Does it Again


Reinventing the Bicycle Wheel

SHARE THIS VIDEO WITH YOUR FRIENDS
Your Name: Your Email:
Friend #1 Name: Friend #1 Email:
Friend #2 Name: Friend #2 Email:
Add your personal comments here:
( Use The Button Below The Video To Share With Up To 10 Friends At Once )
As an Amazon Associate Mel earns from qualifying purchases.


Thanks! Share it with your friends!

URL

You disliked this video. Thanks for the feedback!

Sorry, only registred users can create playlists.
SHARE THIS VIDEO WITH YOUR FRIENDS
Your Name: Your Email:
Friend #1 Name: Friend #1 Email:
Friend #2 Name: Friend #2 Email:
Friend #3 Name: Friend #3 Email:
Friend #4 Name: Friend #4 Email:
Friend #5 Name: Friend #5 Email:
Friend #6 Name: Friend #6 Email:
Friend #7 Name: Friend #7 Email:
Friend #8 Name: Friend #8 Email:
Friend #9 Name: Friend #9 Email:
Friend #10 Name: Friend #10 Email:
Add your personal comments here:

Added by Mel in Variety
311 Views

Description

Since the Stone Age, the wheel has helped spearhead our most important discoveries and changed transportation forever. But all in all, its functionality has remained much the same. That is until Michael Burtov decided to reinvent the wheel (quite literally). While watching the movie Tron, Burtov was inspired to create a motorized wheel that didn’t require a pedal to make it move. The result was the GeoOrbital wheel, an electric, environmentally friendly product that has now been installed in thousands of bikes all over the world. But Burtov isn’t stopping there. He hopes that one day his invention can be used in cars, leading transportation’s second renaissance.

Comments

Be the first to comment
#ad