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Pedal power gets Cambridge MP in a CitiPod


By Ben Comber


MP Daniel Zeichner in the citiPod at the Cycle Hub on the Bio Medical Campus with Peter Dawe and Sean Moroney, CEO of Cambridge Electric Transport. Picture: Keith Heppell
MP Daniel Zeichner in the citiPod at the Cycle Hub on the Bio Medical Campus with Peter Dawe and Sean Moroney, CEO of Cambridge Electric Transport. Picture: Keith Heppell

Cambridge Labour MP Daniel Zeichner got behind the bars of a CitiPod, a vehicle Cambridge Electric Transport is calling the future of transport.

Cambridge Labour MP Daniel Zeichner got behind the bars of a CitiPod, a vehicle Cambridge Electric Transport is calling the future of transport.

The CitiPod, a venture by entrepreneur Peter Dawe, is pedal-powered and electric assisted.

Mr Zeichner said: “Much-improved battery technology and light, tough protection makes the citipod a genuine option for short journeys, and it’s great fun!

“I’m a strong advocate for electric bikes, and this takes ebikes a step further, providing protection to make it an all-weather vehicle at an affordable price – my only question, do you do it in red?”

For more information visit www.cambridgeelectrictransport.co.uk.



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