Self Balancing Motorbike

If you like the thrill of the open road but love the comfort of a luxury car, this unique superbike could be the perfect solution. The electric motorbike, dubbed the C-1, is a bizarre combination of car and bike and is set to hit our roads late next year. Created by San Francisco based automotive company, Lit Motors, the fully-enclosed two-passenger bike uses a gyroscopic stabilizing system to stay upright even when it’s stationary.

If you like the thrill of the open road but love the comfort of a luxury car, this unique superbike could be the perfect solution. The electric motorbike, dubbed the C-1, is a bizarre combination of car and bike and is set to hit our roads late next year. Created by San Francisco based automotive company, Lit Motors, the fully-enclosed two-passenger bike uses a gyroscopic stabilizing system to stay upright even when it's stationary.

If you like the thrill of the open road but love the comfort of a luxury car, this unique superbike could be the perfect solution. The electric motorbike, dubbed the C-1, is a bizarre combination of car and bike and is set to hit our roads late next year. Created by San Francisco based automotive company, Lit Motors, the fully-enclosed two-passenger bike uses a gyroscopic stabilizing system to stay upright even when it's stationary.

If you like the thrill of the open road but love the comfort of a luxury car, this unique superbike could be the perfect solution. The electric motorbike, dubbed the C-1, is a bizarre combination of car and bike and is set to hit our roads late next year. Created by San Francisco based automotive company, Lit Motors, the fully-enclosed two-passenger bike uses a gyroscopic stabilizing system to stay upright even when it's stationary.

If you like the thrill of the open road but love the comfort of a luxury car, this unique superbike could be the perfect solution. The electric motorbike, dubbed the C-1, is a bizarre combination of car and bike and is set to hit our roads late next year. Created by San Francisco based automotive company, Lit Motors, the fully-enclosed two-passenger bike uses a gyroscopic stabilizing system to stay upright even when it's stationary.