Innovation has no limits, especially when it comes to designing machines that will solve human kind’s commuting problems. The tendency is to keep the thing, light, compact and green. This is also the case of the unicycle named NOAH. A concept, the bike aims towards that perfect union between rider and machine, the first using the last as an extension of its body for strict commuting problems in comfort and without polluting. It so uses an electric engine, but what attracts our attention is (...) More
What, did you really thought that scooters are the solution for today’s stressful commuting? No sir! Check out the Flying Motorcycle Helicopter and even consider buying one for $25,000. Isn’t this great? You can use the thing either as a motorcycle or a helicopter in your own best advantage, something that makes it as amazing as it is simple.
Learn more about it and about its inventor by playing the video below.
This new Yamaha Scooter Ad features the Maxam in the urban jungle doing what it knows best: helping people commute in comfort and reach their destinations with large smiles on their faces. A maxi scooter, the Maxam is designed to carry two riders and still not lose its agility and proper handling abilities. So it is good to see it is now properly advertised.
A concept of Elliot Ortiz, the Cargo Scooter tries to bring the miniature trunk in the world of scooters. And they don’t mean a front or rear basket, no sir!
The concept is inspired on the famous Vespa, the scooter that put the world on two wheels, but that is only when seeing it from the front. Take a look from the side and you’ll notice a gigantic square shaped hole having the purpose of carrying luggage or anything else that the modern scooter rider may be needed to carry.
DHL has even borrowed the concept, but I still have a feeling it will remain only at this level. The different loads that the scooter might be needed to carry could affect its stability and surprise the rider who after a fall he would have more than a few regrets related to buying the practical looking thing.
Times are tough with soaring fuel prices, and more and more people are using motorcycles and scooters for commuting. That’s true in the US, but also in other countries. In the UK, the Motorcycle Industry Association (MCIA - www.mcia.co.uk) have asked companies to provide better facilities for their employees who ride their motorcycles to work. According to Craig Carey-Clinch of the MCIA “There are clear indications that people have had enough of sitting in traffic jams, getting nowhere (...) More