O2 bike that runs on air with a top speed of 140 Kmph, is something that every green enthusiast will love to ride on. O2 Pursuit is one such motorcycle designed and developed by Dean Benstead, a RMIT University graduate. The mechanism of the bike is based on a compressed-air engine built by Engine air, an Australian company and a standard scuba diving tank.
Benstead has shared that on one charge of the canister with a compression of 3000 PSI, that powers his modified Yamaha WR250R bike, he has been able to achieve a range of 100 miles and top speeds of 140Kmph. Please refer my earlier article on Nanopod using compressed air with the same technology and clocked a speed of 75 Kmph.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=Y7ZHY8V-UDA
Source. Multiple sources from internet.