Unicycle -Because two tires are too Mainstream

A unicycle consists of a single air-filled tire, a set of off-setting pedals, a shaft surrounding the axle and a seat for the rider.

If you are interested in turning people's heads around the next time when you take a ride around town, then the this unicycle designed at Plazmatio is probably for you. The Designers at Plazmatio had their eye set on the crowd when they started working on a unicycle and he has come up with quite the interesting looking one-wheeled model. The conceptual model has a top speed of 12 mph, a range of up to 25 miles and an impressive 6-inch thick tire.

Our designers see this ride being used by Security men or guards who spend a lot of time walking back and forth over the same area. Not only this, but it is also aimed for teenagers and health enthusiasts who want to just get fast and quickly through the busy traffic and glide over short distances. The unicycle here would just require you to do a bit of a balancing act while at work, and at least you get a seat, DUH!

We currently view this as not only a complement to whatever two or four wheeler auto mobile that you already own but even as an individual entity on its own!

Project Designer -Abhishek Singh