Honda unveils Riding Assist-e self-balancing motorcycle concept

Motorcycles, Technology 6 Oct 2017
Honda unveils Riding Assist-e self-balancing motorcycle concept

Following the first presentation at CES 2017, Honda has announced that at the upcoming Tokyo Show it will debut a new motorcycle concept  showcasing the evolution of its self-balancing technology.


The goal of this project is to build a motorcycle that is safer and easier to ride and to move at low speeds.

The design of the updated concept is minimal, with a tubular frame, sharp surfaces, a very short tail and original LED lighting units.

Below we report the presentation of the original concept.

Below is a clip from the public debut of the technology at CES 2017.

(Source: Honda)

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