Manufacturing Environmentally Friendly Vehicles
The Recharging Anthro-Hybrid Transcycle (RAHT) is a human-assist PHEV that goes as fast as a car when pedaled. You get a feeling of Ironman, super-strength when you pedal with the same effort as a bicycle, but go 65 mph.
Work hard or not at all.
The amount of boost the system provides is adjustable and programmable. The RAHT can run fitness programs as you drive like a machine at the gym. You can do the grueling Tour de France while on a long, flat highway in Iowa, or make all the hills of San Francisco flatter than North Dakota. Or never pedal at all: just sit back, relax and use the hand throttle.
The average EV battery is 77 kWh; ours is 14.
Full size cars, whether gas or electric use a lot of resources. Like oil extraction, lithium mining causes environmental damage and Li battery systems are CO2 intensive to build. With it's smaller battery, aerodynamic design, pedal generator and other energy harvesting systems, the RAHT may be the most efficient car ever made.
Designed by and for passionate bike commuters who are dedicated to minimizing their carbon footprint, the Raht Racer uses pedal-electric power and encloses its rider in a weatherproof, reinforced body featuring automotive-rated safety components.
With initial patents secured and alpha build in-progress, we’re now vetting potential sustainably-minded partners to help us maintain momentum as we shift into our design and engineering phase.
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