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Kinetic 911 Trainer / Bike/ Human Powered Generator

Kinetic 911 Trainer
Kinetic 911 Trainer

EUROBIKE AWARD 2008

EUROBIKE AWARD 2008

The Kinetic 911 Trainer allows a cyclist to produce electricity by riding a bike on a trainer to charge a 12 volt battery or store electricity in a portable power station made by Black & Decker, Xantrex, etc.

When Electricity is unavailable, the 911 Trainer can be used to recharge a cell phone, run a computer / wireless internet, household appliance or electric vehicle.

The custom designed permanent magnet motor, attached to a Kinetic Trainer frame has been optimized to the RPMs created by an average cyclist

This product has worldwide application

Client / Manufacturer

Kurt Manufacturing Company

Kurt Manufacturing Company
Minneapolis, MN, United States

Design

Kurt Manufacturing Company

Kurt Manufacturing Company
Edina, MN, United States

Duan Shroeder Carl Gulbronson