The eniCycle is a self-balancing electric unicycle
The eniCycle features a 3-hour battery pack, spring suspension, and foot-peg steering controls
You steer the eniCycle by pressing on the foot-peg in the direction you want to go
The eniCycle weighs 28kg (62lbs) and has a range of up to 30km (18.6mi)
The eniCycle is a self-balancing electric unicycle, shown here with inventor Aleksander Polutnik
The eniCycle has a top speed of 15kph (9.3mph)
The eniCycle is the latest entry in the increasingly crowded self-stabilizing electric unicycle market. Developed by Slovenian inventor Aleksander Polutnik, the eniCycle has Segway-like balancing capabilities but only a single wheel. With its three-hour battery and lean-to-go controls, this diminutive one-wheeler prototype brings Jetsons-type technology one step closer to reality.
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