FUEL CELL POWERED MOTORBIKE
March 1, 1967
It looks like an ordinary motorbike but there's no internal combustion
engine and there's no noise. The machine, which is powered by a hydrazine-air
fuel system, was built under the direction of Union Carbide's Dr.
Karl Kordesch (pictured), a pioneer in fuel cell development. Dr.
Kordesch has run up over 300 miles on the motorbike which can do 25
miles an hour and can travel 200 miles on a gallon of hydrazine.