Browsing Archive April, 2015
Can this one-wheeled wonder change the way you commute to work?

Two wheels good, one wheel better? – Created by UK company Airwheel, they use use internal stabilizers to allow a rider to steer and keep ...

Concept car turns into a party pad for chill millennials

            The Deep Orange 5 is part car, part party venue. The concept vehicle has double-hinged doors that open out ...

ZBoard 2: The Most Advanced Electric Skateboard

Scroll to the bottom of the page for reviews of the ZBoard 2... Lean Forward to Go. Lean Back to Stop. After your first ride, you'll realize that there is ...

The Onewheel self-balancing, single-wheeled skateboard comes to CES

It's hard not to do a double-take when first laying eyes on the Onewheel. After all, it is a single-wheeled skateboard that uses an electric motor, ...

Aptera 2e three-wheeler deemed a car by the DoE, eligible for funding

For a time, it looked Aptera might be missing out on the US Department of Energy's funding bonanza for energy-efficient vehicles due to its car's ...

Antistatic E-3POD concept wins Citroen design award, job for its student creator

Who says dreaming doesn't pay? A young designer by the name of Heikki Juvonen recently won himself a six-month job placement at Citroen's PSA Design Centre in ...

Ryno Motors self-balancing, single-wheeled scooter test ride

We've had the opportunity to ride some crazy contraptions over the years here at Engadget, like the skateboard-cum-tank Shredder and the self-balancing ...

Focus Design’s SBU self-balancing unicycle

And here you were thinking Focus Design had thrown in the towel after producing just one self-balancing unicycle. Silly you, huh? Nearly two years to the day ...

Copenhagen Wheel turns any bike into an electric hybrid

We can't fault you for dismissing the Copenhagen Wheel as vaporware -- it's been nearly four years since the pedal-assist bicycle accessory made its debut at ...

MIT scholar builds a self-balancing unicycle to roll fast and furious around campus

Sure, we've shown you the goofy SBU v2.0 unicycle, but what's better than a glorious DIY project? MIT student Stephan Boyer has built his own electrical ...

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