This Is the World's Fastest Electric Unicycle
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Boy, do we have a treat for tech lovers today: meet the world's fastest electric unicycle called Veteran Sherman. But don't let its small size fool you, this one-wheeled bike can reach speeds of 45 mph (72 km/h).
Want to carry it in the subway or up to your home? The unicycle weighs only 77 lbs (35 kg) and comes with a retractable handle. But I bet you're wondering: how does it go so fast? The Sherman boasts a 2,500-W motor and its 3,200-Wh battery is one of the biggest available.
It's also quick to recharge taking only eight hours to fill up its battery.
The Sherman is ideal for city life as it can go over any terrain and can even fit in the tightest of spaces. So don't worry about overcrowding and small streets, the Sherman is here to see you through all these challenges.
This special unicycle will take you as far as 128 mi (206 km) depending on your riding style.
Have we piqued your curiosity yet? Do you want to see the bike in action? Are you wondering about the technology and engineering that went into building this unique electric unicycle? Then, do not miss this video where we address all these questions.
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