Putting to use the phrase 'best from waste', a 9th class student from Kochi in Kerala has developed a light motorcycle using scrap material from his father's automobile workshop.
The boy, Arshad H, developed the innovative motorcycle in one and a half months by putting together he scrap parts. The light motorcycle can run for upto one kilometre on a litre of petrol.
"I took one and a half month to make this bike. It can run up to 50-km on one litre of petrol. I wish to make a trolley next time," he was quoted as saying by ANI.
Kerala: A 9th standard student, Arshad TH, has made a light motorcycle by using scrap materials from his father's automobile workshop in Kochi. He says, "I took one & a half month to make this bike. It can run up to 50-km in 1-litre petrol. I wish to make a trolley next time". pic.twitter.com/JF2YjgFTni— ANI (@ANI) June 14, 2020
After the success of the motorcycle, Arshad now aims to make a trolley.