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Honda Builds a Self-Balancing Motorcycle

 |  |  |  January 11, 2017


This unique motorcycle built by Honda is pretty cool. The company unveiled its Riding Assist technology at CES last week. It uses Honda’s robotics technology to keep the rider and bike upright and stable at low speeds. You have better things to do with your hands anyway.


The self-balancing technology greatly reduces the possibility of falling over while the motorcycle is stationary or moving very slowly. The sad thing here is that they just put kickstand makers out of business. Oh well.

The coolest feature is that you can tap the front fender and make the bike follow you. Not that you would ever do that, because humans are lazy and we want to be on our bike, not walking in front of it. Pretty cool though.

[via hedonistica via Geekologie]



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