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    Monowheel, 1933. Walter Nilsson inside the wheel.

    Strange vehicles: McLean V8 Monowheel

    Hubless wheels aren't new, but combining those with a belt drive definitely make for a distinctive bike. The hubless bike is supposed to be as compact as possible, without having to fold it or being awkward to ride.


    The Ryno: Why Two Wheels, When You Just Need One? – Supposedly real, and based on Segway stability concepts

    1933 Dymaxion ~ The Dymaxion car was designed by Buckminster Fuller in the early 1930s. Its name was a composite of the words ‘dynamic’, ‘maximum’ and ‘ion.’ The three-wheeled Dymaxion Car had rear steering and front-wheel drive powered by a Ford engine. The car could transport up to 11 passengers, reach speeds of up to 90mph, and ran 30 miles to the gallon.

    inventé en 1932 !

    Volkswagen Aqua

    Hubless Motorcycle World’s first fully functional motorcycle with two hubless wheels.

    Lochness Concept Chopper - looks like the bike from Tron

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    Blue 1955 Fujicabin Minicar

    It’s funny how the monowheel is always bantered about the internet as this steampunk holy grail… and this wee laddy probably got tired of his.

    Steampunk Motorcycle

    1933 Pierce-Arrow Silver Arrow

    Corvette wheelie

    Spherical Wheel Electric Motor Motorcycle!

    Two Wheels Move The Soul.


    Seriously Cool Mercedes SLS AMG