Australian student Darby Bicheno developed the concept of ecological scooter that runs on compressed air. Darby studies at the University of Melbourne RMIT (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology). During the development of the scooter he used only environmentally friendly technologies and materials – no plastic or DIC. The project is called “EcoMoto 2013.”
The design of the scooter is made of bamboo wood, although the base is a steel tubular frame, while the drive is provided by an engine that runs on compressed air. To develop scooter Darby took only six months, although the engine technology he borrowed from the company “EngineAir Australia”, which was founded by Angelo Di Pietro. The design of the scooter EcoMoto 2013 has made with the help of specialists Arden Design, which helped him to simplify the design and to maximize usability. Air tank mounted under the seat. LED lighting fixtures used both front and rear. In general, the work is very decent. Scooter EcoMoto 2013 turned out really fun and easy.