Tyler Allen, one of the students that took part in designing the Islander Green Team's new bike and trailer. The new design was part of a Mechanical Engineering Senior Capstone Project.
Tyler Allen demonstrates the process of removing the trailer from the bike.
Islander Green Team Bike comes equipped with a Hydraulic Breaking System to prevent any damage done to the bike while hauling heavy materials.
Devika Tijerina updates the Islander Green Team's board.
Roderick Champan (left), and Victoria Quinones.
Students volunteer at the Islander Green Garden to move compost from one stage to another.
Alex Amos (left) Daniela Bergamann, and Mark Rolph move compost from one stage to another.
Student Jordan Rodriguez volunteers at the Islander Green Garden.
Devika Tijerina President of the Islander Green Garden.
Tyler Allen moves the newly contributed Islander Green Garden's bike and trailer used to haul compost. The trailer was created by their Mechanical Engineering Senior Capstone project.
The Islander Green team gathers for a photo with the new Bike and Trailer used to haul compost. The new bike will allow them to haul several bins of compost material at a time.
The Islander Green team gathers for a photo with the new Bike and Trailer used to haul compost.
Keith Kurth (right) explains the process of the new Aquaponics to Islander Green Team's president Devika Tijerina.
The solar panel on the left will power the new Islanders Green Garden bike's blinkers. The Hydraulic Quick Connect on the right will assist with bringing the bike and trailer to a safe stop.
The previous Islander Green Team's bike was only able to carry two bins of compost at a time.