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Veloform Rolls Out Fuel Cell-Powered City Cruiser

The fuel cell runs on methanol fuel, with the Veloform claiming exceptional fuel consumption of around 0.3 litres of fuel per 100km.

Published: 09-Oct-2006

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Veloform, a developer of environmentally friendly products, has announced the release of the CityCruiser II – a fuel cell-powered three-wheeled bike – onto the commercial market.

The bikes are powered by EFOY fuel cells manufactured by SFC Smart Fuel Cell, powering not only engine, but the lights, radiator and communication equipment as well.

The fuel cell runs on methanol fuel, with the Veloform claiming exceptional fuel consumption of around 0.3 litres of fuel per 100km.

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