Teenager Builds Motorbike to Fight Climate Change; Says His Dyslexia Helps Him Think Differently

A high school student who has dyslexia has built an electric motorbike to reduce his carbon footprint.

Key Takeaways:

Jack Ockleston is a 17-year-old dyslexic inventor from West Auckland.
He was inspired at school to reduce his carbon footprint through transportation.
He sees the world in a unique physical sense and used that to create a sustainable, carbon-neutral electric motorbike.

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