This exercise bike can store your pedalling power and run your fridge - is this the future of indoor cycling?

Finally, a way to capture all that energy output and put it to good use

Three Tukas EV HR Bank Bikes show in a totally white office
(Image credit: Tukas EV)

Converting the power that you create from pedalling, Lithuanian sustainable energy start-up company Tukas EV has unveiled its battery 'power station' bike. 

The HR Bank bike is capable of generating between 50 to 300W/h of electricity as you pedal - as well as the capacity to store up to 2kW. You can then connect up the exercise bike to any output device, from powering a smart phone to a washing machine. 

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