We've seen some slightly crazy stuff attempted on unicycles before, but attempting to race a pickup down a mountainside on one wheel definitely has to rank up there in the pantheon of 'funniest prospective things to write on the insurance claim form'.
To a surprising number of engineers and innovators, the future of transportation has only one wheel. But the future, at least when I'm driving, is pretty wobbly.
First of all, I'm not even sure I would walk down some of these stretches of the mountain. And yet these guys decided to unicycle down the mountains of Moab because there's nothing as nuts as taking on mother nature with just one wheel between your knees.
Segways are nerdy and awkward, there's no way around it. This solowheel, a "self balancing electric unicycle" is just as nerdy as a Segway but slightly less awkward. The Solowheel only weighs 20 pounds and comes in a relatively small package and is definitely no where near as unwieldy as a Segway. Plus, it doesn't…
As long as your feet are cloaked in skates, the FlyRad unicycle can then be used to drag you along at up to 40km/hr. You can even sit on it, or stand—it's a plethora of silly transportation options!
This man can do things with a unicycle that you would never have dreamed of. And not just because you don't dream of unicycles on general principle. It's because Max Schulze can uni-shred.
It's a neat-looking concept Corbin Dunn came up with, as far as cycling death-traps go. But in this economy, it's also practical for couples who'd rather not splurge on extravagances like a second wheel. UPDATED: Now with instructions and video!
Check this cool bike out. It was a concept last year, and now it's a reality. Pretty amazing, huh? Yes? Well, WRONG. Check it running and see why:
This unicycle transport vehicle by designer Regimantas Vegele is tailor made for an unique breed of individual-the kind of person that cares about looking good, but does not care about looking foolish. Essentially, the device would take the concept of an elliptical trainer and turn it into an actual moving vehicle. So…