As the discussion about automobiles that’s not all, the Honda Assist Riding has a very cool follow the rider function, where the bike will exactly follow you while you are walking away from it.
A Self-balancing motorcycle will be immensely beneficial for the new riders.
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Honda, at the ongoing CES 2017, has showcased the Honda Riding Assist. Using the Honda’s proprietary Balance Control Technology, the idea is to prevent the motorcycle from tipping over when the rider and the bike are at a stop.
Using gyroscopes for balancing increases the weight to the great extent. To stop that from happening, Honda Assist Riding uses the technology borrowed from their UNI-CUB personal mobility device (another concept from CES2017). Honda achieves this by raking out in the front forks and then moving to the front wheel back and forth.
As the discussion about automobiles that’s not all, the Honda Assist Riding has a very cool follow the rider function, where the bike will exactly follow you while you are walking away from it. The motorcycle itself can be traced to Honda NC750 platform which is used in their adventure tourer range.
This self-balancing technology will be a boon for shorter riders at traffic lights. Balancing adventure tourers, which usually have a pretty high seat height, will be a piece of cake.
Honda has not revealed when the Honda Riding Assist will enter the production.