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Honda unveiled Auto Balance Riding Assist Motorcycle

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  • Honda unveiled Auto Balance Riding Assist Motorcycle

    Honda, and in Oct 2016 by BMW and almost 5 years back by LIT Motors

    At the same time, we shall also see the . This is also a full balanced motorbike without a stand, concept model introduced in Oct 2016.

    Together with his design team, Edgar Heinrich drafted this future scenario and designed the BMW Motorrad VISION NEXT


    Competing with the above two big motorcycle manufactures, have a look on LIT Motors (a start-up) from California had build a C-1 model rides without falling down for any push.


    Source: Press Release

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    Say Hello to ASIMO on 2 wheels
    Got a $5 head? Get a $5 helmet.

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      This is amazing. Revolutionary

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        Good concept bike, it would be revolution in biking

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          I always wanted my own pet motorcycle to feed and take on walks in the park
          Urban Gypsies MC

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            Not my cup of Tea!! The fun of riding a bike is no more with this concept IMHO
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              Re: Honda unveiled Auto Balance Riding Assist Motorcycle

              Originally posted by rreneav1987 View Post
              Not my cup of Tea!! The fun of riding a bike is no more with this concept IMHO
              Don't see how it would interfere with your fun of riding. This if anything is obviously limited to slow speed maneuvering like when you are filtering through cars stuck at traffic lights or when you yourself have to come to a stop and drop your leg off and balance the bike with a passenger or heavy luggage till the light turns green(or say even extended periods wherein you're stuck in a traffic jam and you can't take your legs off the ground.

              Apart from that short people like this fellow can also benefit without having to jump on and off at every intersection:
              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YId9Pr_RlIo
              Got a $5 head? Get a $5 helmet.

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                Re: Honda unveiled Auto Balance Riding Assist Motorcycle

                Nice as a concept but these will never make it to the streets nor are they designed to. This technology, however has many uses where automation/robots come into play, like for example in storage yards/warehouses for major companies.

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