Shore Racer


Designed for the wide open spaces of the West Coast shorelines, where low tide creates a playground racetrack plateau.

Ingeniously harnessed tidal power is stored inside the (Moon) gravity engine at the rear of the vehicle. This combination battery/motor will provide constant power until the next high tide; assuming momentum can be maintained by the driver.

Attempts to exploit the tidal nature of the power source have yet to create engines capable of moving anything but the lightest of vehicles. And so it appears that ‘shore racers’ will remain confined to their current location – many inlanders will, no doubt, be reassured to know there are still limitations to the technology.

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