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Watching television by the energy generated by the exercise bike
If you are rested and spent the whole day to ride, will not be put in the back room and threw herself down in front of the TV and relax. However, at the Cottage Lodge New Forest National Park (Brockenhurst, UK), overnight guests will witness a television run by bike in the room.

Guest in motels will be cycling to produce power supply for LCD TVs. When asked about the need to ride with the level of how to make television work, Christina Simons, mistress of the house, said: "It's not a slow leisurely pace, but it will not kill you "

The installation is quite simple. It includes an exercise bike as we are biking, it turns a generator to produce electricity is stored in a battery with wires to the TV. Christina said she had 3 samples motels bike like this, all of them are made ​​from used parts. In particular, the wheel has been improved, from a diameter of 20 inches (50.8 cm) up to 26 inches (66 cm), which turns a generator in a faster way.

"In order to generate electricity to help operate the TV, you need a positive run the bike to put energy into the battery, then, it will work when you keep the speed reasonable bike ... Power will be stored in pin ... It will fix the flickering of the electric current when your speed faster or slower. "
Christina said that feedback on the bike very positive.
The technology-friendly environments at motel, including solar batteries on the roof to heat water in the summer, the wood furniture as well as undergoing the process produces less carbon emissions.
Previously, electric bicycle production has been used in the tourism industry.

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