Pedal-free Unicycle: An Eco-friendly Way to Get to Work Without Sweating
Aug 24, 2009 14:35
Being eco-friendly doesn't mean you have to arrive to work all sweaty on your bicycle.
EniCycle is an electricity-powered unicycle which has a range of just under 19 miles on a single charge. Recharge the batteries by taking a downhill route and extending the range.
The EniCycle comes with self-balancing techniques incorporation gyroscope stabilizing. Without any pedals or a handlebar, the EniCycle is accelerated by pushing it with your legs, leaning back stops the unicycle and steering it requires you to push the left and right footrests. The designers claim that riding it isn’t as difficult as it might look and a layman perfect it within 30 minutes.
And there you have it. Who says unicycles are for clowns only?
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