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UNImotorCYCLE • RYNO Motors

Published: Aug 8, 2012

A few days ago I met a boy cycling up Parnell Street on a UniCycle. No mean feat considering the gradient. This morning I came across this while doing a little Gyroscope research. I Luv YouTube 😀 His thirteen year old daughter saw a single wheeled motor cycle in a video game and asked dad Christopher Hoffmann ‘can you build that?’

The latest version of the bike, “Ryno”, is able to go as far as 30miles with a maximum speed of 25mph, and even climb slopes. Weighing only 57kg, 90 minutes is all you need to fully charge it up.

This is a great story on the early days of RYNO Motors up to the end of 2011. See their latest creation pre-production show bike at their web-site at:  rynomotors.com

“Regulated in the city at 12.5 miles per hour just like any other mobility scooter, it packs more features and more fun into its small size than any other product on the market. For off-road use it can be opened up to 25 MPH.

RYNO is poised to create real fundamental change. Since you can take it on the train in the suburbs, get off downtown and quietly ride it all around, city planners will finally have a product that will allow urban centers to clear out automobile free zones and get people out of their cars and back to meeting face to face.”  

**Production begins January, 2013** Retailing at £3000 Sterling

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Gadget Show -small- Polly tests the Ryno Cycle

Agility test

May 19th, 2008 Canadian Inventor Ben Gulak of BPG-Technologies developed a wild new green motorcycle that uses gyro technology to stay upright on its two side-by-side wheels. Acceleration is controlled by leaning forward to go faster, and leaning back to slow down. The gyro tells the ECU how much to accelerate and that in turn delivers the proper amount of current to the electric motors, one for each wheel. Weighing in at a mere 129 pounds, the ‘bike’ has a top speed of 25mph and a battery life of 2 1/2 hours. The bike was recently unveiled for the first time at the 2008 National Motorcycle Show in Toronto YouTube vid.

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