The Atom is a lightweight, highly efficient bicycle generator and rechargeable battery pack designed to power virtually any of your electronic or mobile devices via USB. Our generators easily mount on most standard bicycle frames and the battery packs detach easily to quickly extend your battery life.
The Atom is for the modern commuter cyclist, urban biker, the weekend rider, the gadget lover, the sustainable minded, and anyone that’s ever needed a charge on the go. By supporting the Atom, you’re funding renewable energy technology that’s needed around the world, and helping us to produce the dream accessory for modern, connected cyclists.
The Atom is specifically designed to output a high quality, USB compatible 5V @ up to 500mA. In English, that means that if your device can be charged with a USB connection (iPhones, and iPods, Galaxy phones, GPS trackers, etc.), then it will take a charge from the Atom. The 500mA charge rate is the same as the USB output from your computer, which means your device will go from fully flat to fully charged, just as fast on the bike as it would sitting on your desk.
We worked hard to keep the Atom low profile. Weighing in at only 300 grams, it is 7.5” tall, 3.0” wide, and 1.2” deep, including all component parts. We like to think of it as a beefy iPhone.
Integrated seamlessly into the body is a 1300mAh battery pack (compare vs. iPhone 5’s 1440mAh) that charges wherever you go. This means a 75% charge on your iPhone 5 from dead flat, anywhere you need it. Your bike just got powerful…and so did your pocket.
The Atom is as much a luxury as it is a necessary convenience for modern connected cyclists. If you take stock, the number of phones, tablets, GPS’s, bike lights, gadgets, and gizmos that require juice quickly requires two hands. With the Atom, you’ll never be far from a charge — one powered with your own two legs, capturing something you were already creating, and putting it somewhere you can use. Ride to work, a coffee shop, or into the hills and you’ll have a portable charge pack at your beck and call.