No more skinned knees!

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1. sitaauk 3 years ago

Failblog will so lobby against this invention :)

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2. Chrisofskjern 3 years ago

Man, I wonder how long it's gonna take for a kid to learn how to hold the balance on a bike with those. There is nothing to learn, if they can't even fall down :P

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3. dannodon 3 years ago

#1 Good one! :D >:)

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4. kouzoukiz 3 years ago

Awesome!!! nice job!!! ;)

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5. ughlah 3 years ago

This is awesome!
Where is this video from? I would really love to know how much this will cost.

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6. LQoQK 3 years ago

I wonder if this is good for the humanity, in like 100 years we will have no need to think since now we dont need to have our own balance.

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7. sinduda 3 years ago

Brilliant.. this is one of those "why didn't i think of that" inventions

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8. Baboon 3 years ago

I remember giving my bike to my friend, he tried it and smashed straight to the tree, I pooped myself laughing my ass, it was freaking hilarious, ... why? cause he was 19yo xD

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9. jinchuuriki9 3 years ago

#2 Sometimes learning to ride a bike is more about confidence than practice :)

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10. Sizzlik (admin) 3 years ago kids can fall down in slow motion =)

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11. DoubleBubble 3 years ago

So, this thing CAN fall over and WILL fall over eventually, costs more and need electricity to work as opposed to training wheels which are cheap, don't need power and do the job fine? What a useless invention. A solution to a problem that doesn't exist.

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12. stretchpadawan 3 years ago

Someones gonna make a packet

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14. loadme 3 years ago

bad invention
kids need to learn with real bikes. not some that look like but dont behave like bikes

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15. tramtadada 3 years ago

Wonder how much force you need to turn then, if it is powerful enough to keep you upright. (it is the same force for the gyroscope)

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16. YetiGrowl 3 years ago

what's life with no scars? i have giant scars on my knees from wiping out on bikes when i was a kid.

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17. loadrunner 3 years ago

usefull when someone is drunk. I need this one on my bike.

To make it better, it should be charged by bike power

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18. Rigel 3 years ago

#8 assuming you're of similar age to your friend, I would find it funnier that you pooped your pants

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19. wayomayo 3 years ago

And i had to learn the hard way! Bummer

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20. irishgek 3 years ago

Kids have a nastey nack of bursting innertubes and this thing does not look easy to replace the tire via its "interface" ....

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21. blackd 3 years ago

There are a lot of over protective parents out there that will buy this peace of crap.

How the f**k will kids learn to keep balance with this one.

And also it will be quite hard to steer.

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22. medicino 3 years ago

No-hands stunts are about to become more impressive. :D :D

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23. Neutral 3 years ago

I can see that the force had actually slow down the speed of the wheel, i was wondering to ride this bike is like cycling up a hill. I don't think anyone will want something like this lol

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24. murdoc 3 years ago

What an invention!! i am impressed!

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25. Baboon 3 years ago

#18 using "he was 19", means in english that it's in the past, and yes you're right at that time I was 20, but now I'm 32 and I have a kid :)

so you know, school is good for mental health ... I'm just sayin' :)

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26. Sizzlik (admin) 3 years ago

#25 Did you just said "I'm just sayin' :) "

I'm just sayin' :)

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27. Baboon 3 years ago

#26 Justified! :p lol

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28. Kenkal 3 years ago

Witchcraft! :D

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29. joeman 3 years ago

How do you get -1 for looking something up for a fellow Snotr friend?

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30. Segeer 3 years ago

The future is now ;))

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31. cripplecog 3 years ago

Cool!....and how much is it? I don't think I want to buy a $300 "gyro-wheel" to teach my kid to ride a $30 bike. usually a kid who catches their balance once on a bike, never needs help again. It's really cool, but I think it would be better suited for, maybe children who have some sort of "condition" which makes riding unassisted impossable. Not downing the product, just questioning the trget.

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32. jojotin 3 years ago

yeah i can only imagine the price of that thing compared to the normal helping tyres

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33. cretia 3 years ago

i wish i could have a device like these fitted to my legs after visiting the pub