The Riding Assist is Honda’s new self-balancing technology for motorcycles that keeps them quite upright. The system is still in its prototype stage but it is already famous for being capable of reducing a considerable amount of accidents in slow-mowing traffic.
This new technology involves making tiny adjustments to the front wheels of the bike is supposed to keep the bike balanced and moving almost imperceptibly. Of course, balancing on two wheels isn’t something we haven’t heard of before. However, the technologies that we’ve seen before rely on a gyroscope and this one doesn’t. Thus, Engineering Explained is eager to explain how this thing works.
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