We've previously covered no less than four different electric
, self-balancing unicycles
that are supposed to represent the future of individual transportation (and the reason for the persistence of our obesity problem). A new entry in the field, from Ryno Motors
, looks less like the sort of thing a clown might ride and more like someone sliced a Kawasaki Ninja in half. With a maximum range of 30 miles on a single charge, you won't be taking this electric scooter on any serious road trips, but it should be fine for a quick jaunt to and from school or the market. Of course, with a top speed of only 25 mph, we're not quite sure where you'd ride this. It's too dangerous for bike lanes and sidewalks, but certainly too slow for most streets. Then again, in New York, you'd be lucky if you got a chance to accelerate beyond 10 mph before you hit the next stop light anyway, so maybe it'd be perfect here. Check out the pair of videos after the break.