A new kind of wind turbine. Equipped with a 10,000 mAh Lithium-ion power bank, duel usb charging ports and powerful headlights.
Este proyecto sólo será financiado si se contribuye al menos un monto de 15.000 $ antes del Jue, 18 de ago. de 2016 5:00 CEST.
Get ready to generate electricity anywhere.
We have all held our hand out the car window while in the car. Letting it fly through the wind. The Drill Turbine uses air movement we are always fighting through aerodynamics.
The Drill Turbine is easily installed on your bicycle or is happy sitting on its own on level ground. Charge any device that needs a 5 volt charge. Smart phones, tablets, gps, go-pro cameras, camping lights etc. Dual USB ports can charge 2 devices simultaneously. Where have you ever wanted to charge your devices? Simple attachments are included to attach the Drill Turbine anywhere.
What is included:
$39 pledge Taste of Freedom
A Drill Turbine equipped with a 2200 mAh power bank and one USB output. Bike and universal coupler, cell phone holder and direction fin included. delivery feb. 2017
$79 power plant
You receive a drill turbine which charges the built in 10,000+ mAh battery and 2x 90 lumen lights.delivery feb. 2017
Bushfire threatens Rio Olympics mountain bike course
August 16, 2016
Officials will meet on Tuesday to assess the damage to the Rio Olympics mountain bike course following a bushfire in the area on Monday.
The fire broke out in the Deodoro neighbourhood in Rio’s north west, close to the X-Park venue which houses the purpose-built Olympic Mountain Bike Centre, BMX track and canoe slalom facility. Strong winds fanned the flames, turning what was reportedly a controlled rubbish burn into an out-of-control blaze.
Light ash fell on the playing surface at the nearby Hockey Centre and the fire was visible from several kilometres away.
El incendio en Rio está arrasando la zona donde se disputará la prueba de #Ciclismomountainbike Vientos de 90 km/h
The Rio 2016 mountain bike events are scheduled to take place this weekend with the women’s cross country on Saturday afternoon (local time) and the men’s cross country on Sunday afternoon. Riders are also set to take to the course on Wednesday for practice.
Rio 2016 organisers have not commented on the fire but cycling’s governing body, the UCI, said it would assess the course on Tuesday to determine whether competition could continue as planned.
“The UCI is aware that there was a fire this afternoon in the vicinity of the Rio 2016 mountain bike course,” it said in a statement. “It is understood the fire is now under control. Assessment of any potential impact on the mountain bike course will be made [on Tuesday].”