MIT’s SENSEable City Lab won the 2010 James Dyson Award for designing the Copenhagen wheel, a kit that converts virtually any bicycle into a hybrid-electric. The device, which “contains a motor, batteries and an internal gear system” attaches to the rear wheel and stores energy for later use allowing commuters to cruise to work without effort or perspiration and ride home on pedal power when dripping sweat like Patrick Ewing isn’t as much of a factor.