Category Archives: Education
I think the people at Electric Pedals are brilliant, so here is a repost of them pedal powering the movie “The Age of Stupid”.
Pedal It! by Michelle Mulder is a book about pedal power. From bicycle history to the why and how of bikes, to generating electrical power and everything in between, this informative book may be just what this generation needs to … Continue reading
While substitute teaching today some students (on their free time) checked out pedal power on the computer. They told me about an episode on a popular show called ANT (Advanced Natural Talent) Farm where a fellow powers up the lights … Continue reading
Work before play? Not with the Soccket ball . More accessible than pedal power the Soccket is a soccer ball that uses kinetic energy from being kicked about in play to provide light, enabling children to read for hours and continue … Continue reading
Congratulations to MIT and the city of Copenhagen for making the Copenhagen Wheel ready and available for public use as of today December 3, 2013. Be one of the first to purchase one and turn you bike into an electric … Continue reading
The bike lovers at Rock the Bike are wonderful. Look what they are doing with pedal power. You can rent pedal power bikes from them to power up a stage show, 0r a fun event where you can splatter paint or make … Continue reading
If fitness enthusiast Luke MacDonald adds pedal power generators to the twenty silent, stationary bicycles he plans to buy for classrooms in the Halifax region, he will have a truly win, win situation on his hands. According to Luke who … Continue reading