A 30 mph, 30 mile range, 1 hour recharging, 1000+ MPGe electric recumbent tadpole cargo trike compatible with XtraCycle equipment and accessories. All Shimano 27-speed components and grip shifters. No pedaling necessary.
Ponga rediscovers the art of Show & Tell! You put love into everything you make, now you can share what you love about your Maker project with the world. Show Ponga what you've made and together we'll tell the world.
After many years of design work, I've perfected the perfect Burning Man vehicle. Upon returning from Burning Man, I've discovered that my tricycle is perfect around the city for running errands. I hope to go into production and change the world.
Switch to a fun, sporty affordable electric vehicle. Switch Vehicles, Inc., located in Sebastopol produces a series of kits so you can build your own EV. Or we will build it for you.
Students from the The Athenian School in Danville CA will be exhibiting their final projects from various classes supported by our Makers Studio facility.
Barry Beams' breakthroughs in LED lighting, comprising new, unique, and novel developments in optics, circuitry, and packaging, deliver revolutionary increases in usable visibility over any previous bicycle lighting available
A presentation The Good Life Lab, a modern manual for a post-consumer life Tremayne and Mikey Sklar tell the story of ditching their careers in NYC to make, build, invent, forage and grow everything they need to live.
Toyota, a Maker Faire Bay Area 2013 Goldsmith Sponsor, is proud to bring the Power Racing event to life. The Power Racing series features small teams from all over the country that create working electric vehicles and race them on a specially designed track.Toyota will also host the following activities to further connect with people who share enthusiasm for do-it-yourself and engineering projects, technology and innovation
Sixteen years after bringing one of the original EVs to market, the Toyota RAV4 EV is back. Join Senior Engineer Sheldon Brown for an exciting discussion about the future of EVs, and the design and development challenges of creating the next generation of low-emission vehicles. Q&A with MAKE Editorial Director Ken Denmead.
This is a concept walking hybrid vehicle that uses Theo Jensen style leg linkages. It's intended purpose is to provide a safe living and working space that can cross rough terrain in extreme environments.