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Nearly 10 years ago, national champion cyclist, bicycle innovator, and NASA aerospace engineer, Dan Hanebrink was approached by an Arctic explorer looking for an alternative to skis that could take him and his equipment across the icy terrain of Antarctica.

Hanebrink created a bicycle unlike anything ever built before. The original “Ice Bike” by Hanebrink had no plastic parts and used superfat, low-pressure tires that devoured all surfaces in all conditions silently and effortlessly. Today, our drive to create innovative outdoor recreational vehicles continues and is reflected in our mission to satisfy and serve the adventurous worldwide.

The Hanebrink Electric All-Terrain Vehicle is the evolution of the original, revolutionary Hanebrink design, combining state-of-the art green technology with an on-demand hybrid electric system and the latest in bicycle technology. Crank the throttle and the 600 watt motor powers the Hanebrink to speeds up to 20 mph. If you want to go faster, just start pedaling.

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