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Test Ride of First Hydrogen Motorbike

The ENV's been around for a couple of years as a prototype but the designers hope to develop a full-blown production model by the end of the year.

Published: 06-Feb-2007

Riding the world's first purpose-built hydrogen-powered motorbike may be environmentally friendly - and fun - but where does it leave its more traditional petrol-driven cousin?

Weird. Weird and fun. That's what it's like to ride the world's first purpose-built hydrogen fuel cell motorbike.

The only noise is from the tyres and the wind whistling through your crash helmet. People don't look around as you approach - they just stare after you've gone past.

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