Epic One Wheeled Electric Scooter Designed by Ryno Motors

melphens By melphens, 25th Aug 2010 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/yl0tsd2w/
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This is a one cool self-balancing, one wheel, electric scooter.

One Wheeled Electric Scooter

A set of four wheels is considered a bit too much nowadays. So, a few environment conscious people are opting for just two instead. Well, there are a few who prefer just one! We’re talking about unicycles. No, not the ones the clown juggles on at the circus. These are self-balancing unicycles that use some pretty cutting edge technology. Ryno Motors came up with this one. It’s ideal enough to ride around the neighborhood or travel nearby. Forget long road trips on just one wheel. It won’t take you farther than 30 miles on a single charge. This one would work well to ride to school, the market or someplace similar though. The electric unicycle boasts a top speed of 25mph. For first time users, the concept might seem scary though. The whole idea of traveling around on just one wheel is something we’d usually leave to professionals at the circus. So, with that, unicycles now go electric!


See it in action here---> link

Range Up to 30 miles
Max Speed 25 mph
Recharge Time LiFePo4 1 ½ hours
Tire Diameter 25”
Weight of Bike 125 lbs.
Footprint 16” x 34”
Max Hill Incline 30%
Max Rider Weight 250lbs
Turning Radius Zero to 3 ft.
Estimated Retail Cost $3,500

Here is there website for pictures and a lot more informations.


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author avatar Jerry Walch
25th Aug 2010 (#)

Nice write up. Wouldn't sell too well in my neck of the woods...this is 4-wheel drive country:-))

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author avatar Jhames Norman
26th Aug 2010 (#)

i need one of these

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author avatar melphens
26th Aug 2010 (#)

thanks jerry and jhames, i think this bike wouldn't sell either here.. wont survive the rough road here..

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