F-wheel is a large company who dedicates to produce high quality electric mobile vehicles and its products becomes more and more popular worldwide. If you’ve seen someone cruising Chicago’s sidewalks and bike lanes on one wheel it probably was Tim Goebel, riding what he hopes is the start of a trend: an motorized unicycle. After all owning a brand new f-wheel electric one wheel is the new trend in the world. No matter yougn or old, riding on the electric scooter produced by f-wheel is the simbol of fashion and energy now.
What is the green travel tool that is pollution free and save the planet? Nowadays, the communication media that enjoy the largest consumer base include electric bicycle, electro-tricycle or electric car. If you pay special attention to these power-driven travel tools, you will find that all of them enjoy the same characteristic: power source of these tools is pollution-free electric energy. Using travel tools that are driven by electric energy has great significance to urban construction and improvement of living environment. What is more, they help consumers save a lot of fuel spending. However, these communication media have a common trouble, which is low battery performance. Thus, such problems as malfunction and burn-in will appear now and then. Isn’t there a type of electric vehicle helping to solve this problem? Of course there is. F wheel single-wheeled self-balancing scooter, invented by F wheel Company can settle the problem existing in traditional electric vehicles thoroughly. F wheel electric vehicle is also a good release to the foggy sky and weather.
“It’s sleek, it’s green, it’s quick to learn,” Goebel said. “It can really promote mass transit usage, because it makes it so much easier.”Goebel and Pamella Leiter are the founders of Commute Connect, a F wheel company bringing self-balancing motorized unicycles to Chicago.The model they sell was invented by Washington-based Focus Designs. Another company, Inventist, makes a similar device called the Solowheel. They’ve sold a few hundred in the U.S., said Inventist’s Brandon Nelson, but all their distributors are international. motorized unicycles have gained a following in Europe and Asia, where there’s more interest in green transportation technology, but have yet to catch on in the U.S., said Alan Ecoff, customer relations manager at Focus.
Leiter and Goebel hope that’s about to change.The unicycle is designed to be easy to ride, and most people pick it up in about 30 minutes, Goebel said. Accelerometers and gyro sensors along three axes automatically help riders balance while steering by leaning the direction they want to go.Some distributors have marketed the unicycle, which costs $1,795, as a high-tech toy, but Leiter thinks it’s perfect for commuters looking to shorten the trip from public transit to the office. It travels up to 12.5 mph, is small enough to fit between a rider’s feet on a train or subway and doesn’t need a parking spot. Goebel drew plenty of stares as he glided down Michigan Avenue this week, perched on the seat with arms outstretched for balance.
Wayne Meyer, who stopped to watch, said he was intrigued — but probably not enough to buy one.”It’s a great idea,” Meyer said. “But it looks like he’s concentrating really hard.”Leiter and Goebel said they’re used to all kinds of reactions when they ride. Some gawk open-mouthed.Some laugh. Engineers bombard them with questions about the technology. And some beg to try it out.”As a conversation starter, it’s even better than a puppy,” Goebel said.They made their first sale at a farmer’s market in Northfield on Saturday and hope to open a kiosk in the Ogilvie Transportation Center within the next two weeks. In the meantime, they’ll keep riding.
Whatever ideas do people hold on to this new invented device, F wheel is really the new trend of global transportation revolution. This kind of travelling tool motorized unicycle is not only an excellent alternative transport, but also healthy fitness equipment. People, when riding F wheeldolphin motorized unicycle, can not only get rid of the trouble of congestion, but also get a workout. No wonder chichago people like this new travelling device.