There's a new bike in town and it isn't like any you've seen before. The Uno is a visual combination of a unicycle and the Segway -- certainly not your typical motorized bike though. Created by an 18-year-old Canadian, Ben Gulak, that wanted to find a better mode of transportation inspired by a smoggy trip to China, the Uno uses gyroscopic technology, balances automatically, turns on a dime and has only one switch to turn it on and off. It can even be brought indoors to recharge. Any investors out there looking for a great way to impact the environment and add some sweet new wheels to the road, Uno's inventor is waiting...
Gallery: The Uno Bike
In fact, despite its branded image, the Limited Edition Ferrari PTi2 apparently has no performance advantage over the original, though its leather-trimmed handlebars, classic Ferrari red paint and Scuderia Ferrari logo certainly make the personal transport vehicle look the park.
Like the original, the PTi2 can go about 64 miles on a single charge at speeds two to three times as fast as the average walker. Ferrari's employees apparently scoot around their Maranello plant on Segways quite a bit to save time.
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