Currently taking pre-orders, and to be had for less than $6,000 USD, the Ryno is a self-stabilizing single-wheeled electric bike with a top speed of 16 kilometres per hour and just as much range.
What is a RYNO? Well, it’s less than a motorcycle (in some ways), but in other ways, it’s so much more. One-wheeled, electric-powered. A machine that has no greater footprint than you do. Capable of operating at speeds up to 10 miles per hour – or as slowly as a casual stroll. The RYNO is transportation, humanized. The first personal mobility device that’s built to connect you to people, not take you away from them. The RYNO lets you mix and mingle into a crowd, naturally.
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