The hydrogen-powered one-wheel motorcycle

Canadian take on the future of motorcycling

Bet it's difficult to wheelie

CHECK this latest idea of a future bike - how trick does this thing look?

Designed by Canada-based Bombardier Recreational Products, the vehicle uses sensors and gyroscopes to balance up to two passengers on a large single wheel whilst riding, allowing the rider to turn by leaning left or right.

It's going to run on green hydrogen fuel cells, comes with a small set of landing gear that descends at speeds under 12.5 miles per hour.

And if it leans, that means you can get your knee down on it.
We want a go. Properly bad.