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Honda Riding Assist Self Balancing Motorcycle Explained – Video

Honda Riding Assist Self Balancing Motorcycle Explained – Video

Honda Riding Assist Self Balancing Motorcycle Explained (2)

Instead of using gyroscopes to keep balance, Riding Assist uses Honda’s robotics technology which helps to keep the weight down compared to heavy gyros. The technology is actually an evolution of the system used in Honda’s UNI-CUB self-balancing personal mobility device. Steering at low speeds is controlled electronically, with a small motor making steering adjustments to keep the motorcycle in balance. A mechanism under the headlight with a separate motor extends the rake angle at low speed, giving the front end negative trail and making it easier to balance at slow speeds or even at a stand-still.

 

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