It’s no secret that Bangkok traffic is one of the worse in the world. Fortunately, a Slovenian engineer named Aleksander Polutnik may have figured out the solution. His mastery over the machines allowed him to invent the Enicycle, an eco-friendly unicycle that charges itself when going down a hill. It can also be charged through a wire that connects the car battery to the Enicycle. Its small size allows the Enicycle to be kept in the trunk of your car or in an office building without cluttering up your life! The wheel design is similar to a normal car tire, which allows it to go over all different terrains such as dirt roads or Bangkok sidewalks.
All you have to do to ride the Enicycle is to sit on the seat and put both of your feet on the side paddles. Similar to the segway, the Enicycle’s electric gyroscope constantly measures the cycle’s vertical angle, which keeps the rider from falling forward or backwards. The company also claims that it takes roughly only 30 minutes for an individual to learn how to ride one. You can ride the Enicycle anywhere whether it is to go to the bars or to the office, the machine will save you precious minutes on the road. So if your one of millions of people who hates being stuck in Bangkok traffic, maybe it’s time to go get your own Enicycle!