The Consumer Electronic Show (CES ) which is ongoing in Nevada, USA right now has seen quite a few surprises. Honda too made good use of this platform and came up with their "Riding Assist Technology" concept.
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Honda Riding Assist is a new innovative technology which allows the motorcycle to use the self-balance technique without any gyroscope. This wonder is achieved by raking out the motorcyce's front forks and achieve balance by moving the frotn and rear whel back and forth.
According to Big Red, they worked with Honda on making the UNI-CUB helped them carve out this balancing technology for two wheelers. And honda already has some credible technology under their hood to come up with something dependable.
Honda is yet to do something groundbreaking, but this concept model is still an improvement over the existing technology. When Honda comes up with the riding assist technology in their production models, however cannot be said.
Check it out in the video below :
The current concept bike is based on the NC750 platform - an urban focused chassis which is already in use in existing motorcycles and scooters.