I still can't quite decide whether this single wheeled electric Ryno bike is cool, or stupidly dangerous. Then again, I can't ride a unicycle, so what hope would I have on what amounts to an electric unicycle? Given that the humble but awesome Segway is banned on most public roads (but possibly not car washes), I can't see the electric Ryno bike getting much sway with the authorities, even though this video doesn't seem to demonstrate it going particularly fast.[RedFerret]
Ryno Bike: Half Segway, Half Unicycle
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