Attachment gives push bikes electric power

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The Ridekick has already provided one way for cyclists to give their bike electric power, and now the UK's Rubbee provides a more portable solution that can be attached in under a minute. The device takes the form of a small box that can be clipped onto the saddle post of any bicycle. The box includes batteries that drive a rubber wheel resting on top of the bike's back wheel. Connected to a handlebar-mounted throttle that gives users control of the drive, the Rubbee propels the back wheel forward when the rider wants it to. According to its creators, the…

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