5 Coolest One Wheeler Vehicles That Actually Exist. As we step more fully into the 21st century there is a growing demand for people to move from place to place in as economical a way possible. For those living within a few miles of work, those who spend their days on a college campus or for people who want a unique toy, one wheeled vehicles are the answer: these transitional vehicles move along with pedestrian traffic and are easy to store once you get to your destination, and they all stand out from the crowd.
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5. MOTOPOGO http://www.motopogo.com/
The Motopogo is a new take on an old idea: the unicycle. It is a full-sized, self-balancing single wheeled electric scooter that anyone can ride. At only 60 pounds and 3 feet wide it fits easily into the trunks of most vehicles. The Motopogo’s power comes from a 60 volt, 10 amp lithium battery that charges in about four hours; the charge lasts about 20 miles. This battery drives a 500 watt, brushless hub motor. The entire power train is located inside the wheel, giving its all aluminum frame a clean look. Interestingly, the Motopogo is capable of climbing inclines up to 25 degrees, so small hills or a couple of steps are no big deal while you cruise along the sidewalks of your favorite city at a cool 16 miles per hour. Steering the Motopogo doesn’t take much effort: simply lean forward to move ahead or lean back to slow or stop the machine.
4. AIRWHEEL X8 http://www.airwheel.net/home/product/x8
Unlike the Motopogo, the Airwheel x8 takes a bit more effort to learn to ride. Anyone with experience skateboarding will find riding this electric unicycle very similar; like a skateboard it does not have handlebars and is controlled by the rider’s feet. This machine is equipped with an “intelligence chip” that allows it to be self-balancing no matter the tilt angle of the wheel, even at 45 degrees. The Airwheel x8 does not have handlebars and is powered by an 800 watt motor. It takes about 90 minutes to charge and it can be ridden about 15 miles on a single charge. It has a top speed of about 15 miles an hour, if the rider attempts to go over that speed the wheel automatically slows for safety.
3. SEGWAY ONE S1 https://amzn.to/2YEAEKP
So far it sounds like the Motopogo is relatively easy to learn to ride; the Airwheel x8 a little less so but certainly not impossible. The Segway S1, however, is advertised as being “for the bold only,” right on Segway’s website. It must take a bit more time to learn to ride, because in early 2017, training wheels and a kickstand were added to the “accessories” for it. Like other single-wheeled personal transporters, the Segway S1 is self-balancing and lightweight, 25 pounds, easy to carry and store. It is powered by a pair of 150wh lithium-ion batteries that need about 4 hours to fully charge. The S1 has a top speed of just over 12 miles an hour and can go about 15 miles on a single charge. It is not made for wet surfaces but it can climb small slopes up to 15 degrees. The Segway One S1 electric unicycle is fully bluetooth capable; in fact, its downloadable app controls the little machine’s safety features, monitors speed, and allows the rider to customize its lights and patterns.
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