Discussion in 'General Bike Related Topics' started by RedBull, Jan 6, 2017.
um wow!!! how did that thing balance?
That is one user friendly Honda .
Lol, would be cool if that is real.
Well I be a monkeys uncle. That is cool
Yeah, that is cool. I guess you won't have to worry about kickstand failures anymore.
Know let's see it do that with a 160-lb rider on it...
It would almost be worth it just to see people's faces when you dismount at bike night. Not to mention the money that could be made betting on your mad balance skills.
It's like a Labrador following you around.
LOL, I think BMW did that first, now Honda? I can imagine the math in the software took some time to get perfect results!!!
Pretty damn cool!! wonder what it does when you lean into a corner
That would scare the hell out of me if it kicked in while cornering!
Seen it on the news yesterday, they said that it doesn't kick on until you get below 3mph.
I think Harley needs this tech more than anyone else
No more expensive fairing damage on our busa,s
That depends - if it only works at 3mph or less that wouldn't do you any good going around a curve at 50mph where it would be
most beneficial IMO. Yes it would possibly eliminate garage tip-overs. At least it's a start.
Wonder how well it works in snow or on ice.