Singapore is eminently walkable, with wide avenues, famously draconian clean streets regulations, and an overall welcoming atmosphere for the pedestrian. Well, you might have to kiss all that goodbye because electric unicycles, scooters, and non-hovering, non-board-shaped “hoverboards” are taking over the city.
A troupe of 19 maniacs on unicycles, running knobby tires and disc brakes, hit the slickrock trails of America's off-road capital: Moab, Utah. Not sure off-roading can even get much more dangerous than this... probably why it's such a riot to watch.
We tend to think of Honda as an automaker, but they do so much more. Motorcycles, personal watercraft, generators, robots, and even planes all come from the Japanese company. And then there's this, a unicycle of some sort.
Around these parts, we like to say two wheels bad, but where does that leave vehicles with only one wheel? If we're talking about the SBU V3, the lithium-ion battery powered unicycle that can balance itself, then I say one wheel alright.