A team of students from Missouri University of Science and Technology will travel to Tennessee this month to race aerodynamically constructed bicycles as part of the Human Powered Vehicle Challenge (HPVC) East Competition.
Missouri University of Science and Technology’s Human Powered Vehicle Competition Team earned first place at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers 2015 Human Powered Vehicle Challenge East Coast Competition. The competition was held Friday, May 8, through Sunday, May 10, at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida.
A team of students from Missouri University of Science and Technology will travel to San Jose, Calif., this month to race an aerodynamically outfitted recumbent trike in the American Society of Mechanical Engineers 2014 Human Powered Vehicle Challenge West Coast Competition.
A team of students from Missouri University of Science and Technology were among the top three finishers in two races of student-designed and student-built aerodynamically fitted recumbent bicycles.
The Human-Powered Vehicle Team at Missouri University of Science and
Technology will defend its national championship this month during competitions
in Reno, Nev., and Madison, Wis.
This October, Jerrod Bouchard will attempt to become the fastest college student to be propelled by his or her own power.
A student design team at the University of Missouri-Rolla has won a national championship. UMR won its sixth-straight East Coast championship in human-powered vehicle racing May 11-13 in Ocala, Fla. The UMR team had already won the 2007 West Coast championship, which was held April 13-15 at NASA’s Ames Research Center in California.
A racing team at the University of Missouri-Rolla has a national reputation for engineering some of the best student-built vehicles on the road. But when it’s time for the team to compete, crazy things can happen.
A Human-Powered Vehicle Team from the University of Missouri-Rolla won its fifth straight championship by placing first overall in the East Coast HPV Challenge May 7 in Charlotte, N.C.
The second time was a charm for UMR engineering students hoping to claim a share of the national championship in the annual Human-Powered Vehicle Competition (HPVC), held May 7-9 at the University of Florida in Gainesville.