Motorcycles are used to travel long distances and for racing of course and are traditionally powered by two wheels until now. Chris Hoffmann CEO of RYNO Motors designed a new one wheel wonder an innovative motorbike powered by a single wheel which automatically balance itself on wheel shaft to make it steady. That was an innovative idea Chris Hoffmann got from a video game bike and started working on it to make it a reality.

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“we have been hard at work developing, testing and producing the next generation RYNO to release to the U.S. with worldwide distribution following after” as from Chris Hoffmann and obviously an innovative idea need to be testing and improving for better future. If you have been wondered by science fiction then now it be a reality. Its light weight and small size allows rider to navigate in congested traffic easily.

This one wheel wonder is eco-friendly too powered by an electric motor which take power from a rechargeable 24 amp hours lithium-ion-phosphate battery has a mileage of 400 mpg. The battery turns itself into a generator to sending back packages to battery while riding. What make the bike to stand vertically on one wheel is an advanced device which is simulated by the software package RideX installed in it and stabilize it according to the rider’s experience.

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RYNO revolutionize the personal transportation to the next level and its small size and light weight lets you take it to the trains and subways, it’s like a micro transportation vehicle for short distance travels. RYNO has a top speed of 40 km/h or 25 mph with range of 30 miles per hour or 48 km and weights about 125 lbs or 57 kg which lets rider’s to take it from one place to another by way of other transportations like trains. Check out RYNO in motion here in the video from RYNO Motors.

Definitely these innovative technologies change the experience of personal transportation to the whole new way with greener and eco-friendly advanced technologies which is a need of today’s transportation system.