Turn your Bike into a Moped – RevoPower

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The RevoPower wheel will make your normal bike be a moped. All you need is a bike, RevoPower and a bottle. You simply remove your old useless wheel and install the new wheel connecting it to your gas supply (bottle) and you are good to go. After that you start pedalling, squeez the throttle on the handles and see your self past Lance Armstrong. It has a 23cc, 2 stroke internal combustion engine that is about 3 inches thick. The 1.1 horsepower, 26? wheel can reach speeds of 20 mph and will get you 200 mpg. I want one Bad ! More Pics and VIDEO ->

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Via PopularScience

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  • Jaime Perez

    could be so expensive, 400 bucks is too much i gould prefer a used motor cycle

  • Bizak

    Hahaha the whole point of a bike is to only use your legs in more efficient way then just walking. If you want ride a motor bike.. get the real deal.

    I have a saw… and I’m sick of sawing so.. I get myself a motor witch would pull it back and forth… instead of getting a real powerful chain saw.. I upgrade the manual one.. that’s… smart.. isn’t it?

  • Fred Hahn

    This thingy sounds real sweet, except it also sounds like you gotta be a skinny person with a low profile to get anything like the advertised mileage. What about us “full-figured” people, who have the same needs, but not the same profile? What are the weight/size specs on this thingy?

  • Joe Zelina

    Fred Bizak is retarded

  • al hulst

    when will “the wheel”be available in michigan…I want one! thankyou

  • Karl Rosenqvist

    Is it just me or does this look a LOT like the old Cyclemaster back in the thirties .. except that on went on the rearwheel?

  • Ben

    This has certain benefits a full-fledge motorcycle can’t provide. For some people (city dwellers, inner-city couriers, etc.) this could be great. The ability to pedal or use engine assist. No need for special licensing or vehicle registration in most states (considered a pedal vehicle). Doesn’t look goofy like other mopeds. I’m just wondering how it’s power compares with equally priced electric kits which generally provide lots of low-end torque for steep hills like here in Tennessee.

  • Where in the world can i buy this! i want one now! i cant find it!

  • Anonymous

    WHEERE WHEN CAN I BUY IT!!

  • YOU CAN’T, THE COMPANY APPARENTLY WENT BELLY UP AND IS NOT RELEASING ANY INFORMATION ON PRODUCT RELEASE OR ON ANYTHING ELSE FOR THAT MATTER…. NO ONES HEARD FROM THEM IN OVER A YEAR…

  • starless

    Maybe this was all just a scam that looks like a good idea

  • andy

    i am from cirebon indonesia how do I want to buy revo power ?

  • how can I buy it?

    • it looks like they are out of business…or perhaps under a different company name ? I just placed a new video about it…