Our competition was over the weekend, April 13-15 at Pennsylvania State University in State College, Pennsylvania, with 47 teams competing in the ASME East Human Powered Vehicle Competition. We earned 9th place overall this year, and are proud to make the top 10 teams once again.
• 11th in design
• 5th in innovation
• 9th in endurance
Thanks for a great year and for your continued support of UW-Madison’s Human Powered Vehicle team!
The location for the 2018 ASME HPVC North America East competition has been released. We will be heading to Pennsylvania State University in April!
We are excited to announce the location and date of the upcoming HPVC North America East competition! We will be heading to Pennsylvania (exact location yet TBD) April 13-15 for the 2018 competition. We can’t wait to compete against some of the nation’s best colleges, and see all of our hard work pay off.
Our competition was over the weekend, April 21-23 at Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville, Tennessee, with 39 teams competing in the ASME East Human Powered Vehicle Competition. We earned 4th place overall this year, and are proud of our improvement since last year.
• 4th in design
• 3rd in innovation
• 7th in women’s speed
• 5th in men’s speed
• 9th in endurance
Thanks for a great year!
The frame looks great, shout out to the Frame and Steering Sub-Team for all their hard work! Now only 3 weeks until competition!
Check out our roll bar for the 2017 vehicle. It’s made out of carbon fiber and balsa wood. Special thanks to Badgerloop and Wisconsin Racing for donating the carbon fiber.
Check out our new Human Powered Vehicle trike for 2017. We are so excited to unveil it to you during this year’s competition on April 21st to 23rd at Tennessee Tech University!
We are so excited to be once again competing in the HPVC North America East competition, this year in Cookeville, Tennessee. The competition is hosted by Tennessee Tech University from April 21-23. We have been working hard on our innovative new vehicle that we have been preparing since September. We can’t wait to show off all of our hard work at this year’s competition!
With each new year comes new members, new designs, and new competition. In our 11th year of competing in the American Society of Mechanical Engineering East Coast Human Powered Vehicle Competition, we placed 28th out of all the schools involved in the competition.
The largest improvement on our vehicle this year was in our fairing. With an increase in composites research and experience from older team members we were able to design and build a lighter and more aerodynamic fairing than ever before.
We would like to thank the University of Central Florida for hosting the competition and all of our generous sponsors who made it possible for us to turn ideas into realities this year!
One of our sponsors, Coastal Enterprises, wrote a great feature on the process we used to fabricate the carbon fiber fairing. Check it out here!