09 May '11, 4pm

Exercise with an Energy Purpose

Exercise with an Energy Purpose

The average rider can produce between 125 and 300 watts using the Pedal-A-Watt. While this amount of power isn’t huge, many pieces of equipment draw very little power and can be powered for long spans of time with small amounts of electricity. A laptop, for example, draws 70 watts, meaning one 20-minute workout could run the laptop for over an hour.

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2011/05/09/exercise-with-an-ener...

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