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Honda Riding Assist wins three awards

Honda’s Riding Assist motorcycle, a self-balancing motorbike, recently took home three awards from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

LAS VEGAS, NV. The Honda Riding Assist motorcycle, a concept model of Honda’s self-balancing motorcycle, won three awards at the recent CES 2017.

The Honda Riding Assist motorcycle won the Best of CES 2017 “Best Innovation” and “Best Automotive Technology” awards as judged by Engadget, the official partner of the Best of CES Awards, as well as the Popular Mechanics magazine’s Best of CES “Editors’ Choice Awards.

In a global debut at CES, Honda unveiled its Riding Assist technology, which leverages Honda’s robotics technology to create a self-balancing motorcycle that greatly reduces the possibility of falling over while the motorcycle is at rest.

Rather than relying on gyroscopes, which add a great deal of weight and alter the riding experience as announced by other companies, the Honda Riding Assist incorporates technology originally developed for the company’s UNI-CUB personal mobility device.

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