Electric Motorized Gyro Cycle

Motorized Electric Gyro Cycle

Are you a thrill seeker looking for something different? This Motorized Gyro Cycle should do the trick. Powered by a 2,000-watt electric motor, this one-wheeled self-balancing scooter can reach a max speed of 10 mph and provide hours of fun. The switchable riding modes allow you to improve your riding skill at a preferred pace.

Like the Three Wheeled Scooter Coupe and the Real-Life Motorized Ride On Mario Kart the electric gyro cycle is not your everyday gadget, but it wasn’t designed to be and it can be a lot of fun in the right situations. It is perfect for heading down to your favorite coffee shop or even for doing a little grocery shopping at your local store. The rechargeable battery provides up to three hours of run time on a single charge.

Electric Motorized Gyro Cycle

This is the electric one-wheeled self-balancing scooter designed by Ryno Motors and inspired by the sleek lines of the modern-day motorcycle. It maintains perfect balance front to back using gyroscopic sensors yet steers like a bicycle left/right. Leaning forward results in steady acceleration to a maximum 10 mph without jolting, while leaning backward brings the cycle to a slow, steady stop. It turns smoothly when a rider pushes on the handlebars or leans subtly left/right on either of the fold-out foot pegs.

The Motorized Gyro Cycle

The 25″-diameter rubber motorcycle wheel grips the ground while offering minimal rolling resistance. Its 2,000-watt electric motor propels a rider weighing up to 260 lbs. for two hours from a three-hour charge of its rechargeable battery. Sturdy ABS/steel construction. Built-in parking bumper and bar. 36″ H x 18″ W x 32″ D. (160 lbs.)

You can purchase The Motorized Gyro Cycle at Hammacher Schlemmer for $5,000.


  1. I am very interested in receiving a free catalog of your products.

    John Baker 1128815
    929 Honor Camp Lane
    Fordland, Mo. 65652

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