photo of man using a laptop on the pedalpc

Go Green,
Keep Fit,
& Get More Done.

The PedalPC is a pedal-powered computer desk that can power a laptop, charge your phone, and more.

If you spend multiple hours a day sitting at a computer, wishing you were more active and energy self-sufficient, then the PedalPC might be right for you.

What You Can (and Can't!) Do with a PedalPC

Power your:

Recharge your:

You can't do these (they take too much power!):

  • power your refrigerator
  • cook food
  • run power tools

How It Works

annotated photo of PedalPC in room
  1. You pedal the generator, which generates electricity.
  2. The battery smooths its output, storing the excess you produce for use later when you're not pedaling.
  3. The control box monitors your power production and consumption.
  4. Eight power sockets (four on each side) supply power to your equipment.
  5. A small computer generates a dashboard you view with your web browser (see screenshot below).
screenshot of PedalPC dashboard

Features and Benefits


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Generates the same amount of electricity, day or night, rain or shine, wherever you are.


photo of user preparing to use the desk

The desk pivots forward to make it easier to get on and off.


photos of adjustment range of desk and seat

Both the seat and desk adjust to fit your body.


photo of seat and mesh seat back

Large padded seat and mesh back allow you to work for long periods.


photo of desk folded up and sitting on floor

Folds into a compact size to make it easy to carry, with built-in rollers to make it easy to move.


photo of seat adjustment clamp

Made from rugged, rustproof anodized aluminum to last a long time.

It's Not For Everyone

The PedalPC is best suited for energy-conscious people of average-or-above fitness level who want to be more active. It’s ideal for engineers, software developers and other technical people (like me!) who work from home.

If you would like more information, please contact me.

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