Honda Riding Assist-e Self Balancing Motorcycle To Unveil In Tokyo
The Honda Riding Assist-e concept will feature self-balancing technology. Interestingly, Honda has not used any gyroscope or similar elements to meet the purpose. The two-wheeler stays upright with the movement of the front wheel. Furthermore, the company has raked out the front forks and then the motorcycle automatically gets balanced by moving the wheel forward and backwards.
The bike gets a shaft drive system to transmit the power. The frame of the Honda Riding Assist-e looks to have been taken from the NC750. To cool the motor, a radiator has been fitted on the rear end. The motorcycle can be charged via a port that is bolted on the left side.
|Honda Riding Assist-e Self Balancing Motorcycle To Unveil In Tokyo
Interestingly, Honda has not used any gyroscopes in this Riding Assist-e motorcycle for self balancing purposes