Todd Bank’s technology-design work has been funded by Personal Electric Transports, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, I.B.E.W. Local 18, the United Nations Environmental Programme, I.C.L.E.I., and others. In 2004, Bank's Road Ski—a 3-wheel electric ski—won the Great American Tour de Sol, a 5-day electric vehicle race, overall (637 MPGe—miles per gallon of gas equivalent). His Land Glider is the first fuel-cell-powered e-scooter. It is on display in the "Vault" at the Petersen Automotive Museum—Los Angeles. His handheld battery-swap station system is also a first—a new standard in LEV refueling—and is used daily throughout the countries of Taiwan, China, India, and Europe. He is also the inventor of the "Type-3" skibike that is ridden at ski resorts all around the world during the wintertime.
For fun, Todd rides his ski vehicles at ski resorts, and his road bike throughout the Santa Monica Mountains. He and his older brother, Devin, are featured in The Birth of BMX Freestyle Vol. 2 as pioneers of the sport.