Following are examples of what can be powered using a bicycle and bicycle generator.
5 bicycles each powering 'catwalk dressed' for DDay student event, Belgium
3 bicycles powering a LED "leave no trace" sign, Big Chill Festival
1 bicycle powering a LED 'Keep Warm' sign, Nunhead
1 bicycle powering LED 'tree branches', Greenman Festival
10 bicycles powering a LED 'christmas tree' for V-Inspired, Winter Wonder Land
Display was created by the public bringing in recycled materials which were lit with UV and pedal-powered LEDs, The Public
2 bicycles powering a Neon sign 'Nocturne' for the Spitalfield Nocturne, London
Part of the set for The Wonder Clubs performance 'don't stray from the path', London
Big Chill Lantern Tree
For Earth Hour 2011 in London, human energy lit up the Royal Albert Hall with images of endangered species including dolphins and tigers. Television presenter Kirsty Gallacher led a WWF-UK team of 60 cyclists in one of the largest human-powered projections ever attempted in the UK.