Honda Riding Assist-e Motorcycle Can Balance Itself, Will be Unveiled at Tokyo Motor Show

Honda demonstrated a self-balancing motorcycle concept at CES 2017, but now they plan on making it a reality, and it’s called the “Riding Assist-e”. Set to make its official debut at the 45th Tokyo Motor Show, this bike features a lower center of gravity and seat height, enabling the self-balancing technology to keep things stable, even when stationary. There’s no word yet on pricing or availability, but we’re sure it’ll be announced before year’s end.

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