Sunday, June 8, 2014

Jyrobike is the world’s first auto balance bicycle........

Check out this new bike!!!!! AMAZING!!!!!

Clunky training wheels that draw attention to new bike riders and pedal-less ‘balance bikes’ are a thing of the past.  Originally designed by engineering students at Dartmouth University, Jyrobike is the world’s first auto balance bicycle and features a unique Control Hub with gyroscopic technology to literally balance itself as the child pedals like they would on any typical bike without the risk of falling over.  With Jyrobike, kids will be able to learn to ride a bike in a single day without the fear and frustration of toppling over.  In addition, special needs experts believe that Jyrobike may be able to help individuals with cognitive disorders, attention deficit, and proprioceptive or balance challenges experience the joy of riding a bike as well. 

The first version of Jyrobike’s Control Hub was available a couple of years ago under the name Gyrobike and several improvements have been made to perfect the technology as well as offer a complete Jyrobike.  The company hopes to raise an initial funding goal of $100,000 USD through Kickstarter for production expenses. As an incentive to “pledgers,” Jyrobike will offer promotions and limited edition items which will only be available during the Kickstarter campaign throughout June.  The company will make every effort to deliver Jyrobike (to those who pre-order it through Kickstarter) before the holiday season.


72 comments:

  1. I have been considering getting one for my 6 year old but wasn't too sure. Love this review and thanks for the info.

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  2. This is REALLY cool! I had not heard anything about this but I think it would be great for our daughter! She knows how to ride a bike without training wheels but has a really hard time on the hills here by us!

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  3. NEAT!!! I remember when I first learned to ride a bike and getting the balance down was the hardest part! I absolutely love new technology!!!!!

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  4. What an awesome bike for little ones to learn on! Both of my boys had to learn the hard way.

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  5. This bike looks awesome! My five-year old is learning the old school way, but this bike may be a great purchase for my little one.

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  6. That is a really neat bike. This would be fun to learn on.

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  7. Really... a bike that balances itself. Wow! I wonder if they learn to ride on this bike and go to one that doesn't balance itself, if they will be able to ride?

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  8. This is such a great bike,Much better to learn using this than the normal way.

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  9. Now that's a cool idea! I could have used that when I was 7 or 8!

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  10. Looks fantastic for my 5 year old! Great for learning to ride!

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  11. I wonder if my son would be game to try this out! Great way to teach a kiddo!!

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  12. OMG... This is exactly what my autistic daughter needs. She just turned 7 and finally has the coordination to pedal an adaptive trike. This sounds like a great next step for her.

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  13. Wow this is such a cool concept! I Hope they do actually start selling them!

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  14. That's amazing. I remember learning to ride a bike, and this seems much easier...and less painful. :)

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  15. This sounds like a great solution to not having to use those awkward training wheels! My youngest is 4 and I think she'd love something like this!

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  16. This is so neat. It's amazing how far we have come from training wheel days!

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  17. This is a really nice way to learn to ride. My first two-wheel experience ended with handlebars in my gut. It wasn't enjoyable!

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  18. Wow that is so cool! Do they have them for adults? I am horrible at balancing. I would totally get myself one!

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  19. This would be amazing for my son! Going to go check it out!

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  20. What a really nice bike! I remember getting many injuries when I was first learning to ride. I like that this one sounds like a safe way to learn to ride!

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  21. Seriously no training wheels? I'd love to see this in action!

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  22. This is really cool! My son is still a little young for this, but I'll definitely let my other mom-friends know about the jyrobike!

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  23. What a neat way to learn to ride a bicycle. My oldest two know how to ride a bike, but my youngest might enjoy it when she's a bit older.

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  24. Whoa, that bike is awesome!!!

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  25. This is a very cool concept. My daughter had learned how to ride her bike without training wheels and then it got to small and her new one she couldn't reach the ground so she got scared of it and now falls over all the time.

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  26. WOw I have never seen this bike before but it looks awesome! I might have to keep this in mind for my little girl when she is bigger.

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  27. This Is Freat I Really Need To Get A Couple For My Girls These Bikes Would Help A Lot Great Review!!

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  28. That sounds extremely neat! I wonder, though, does it detract from their learning if they aren't learning to balance themselves?

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  29. That sounds neat! If it works it would be so helpful for children trying to stop using training wheels.

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  30. This looks awesome, I need one of these for my son and daughter who do not know how to ride bikes yet.

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  31. Technology never ceases to amaze me. This is another product that makes me want to shrink my kids!

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  32. That is amazing! What a great idea!!!

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  33. Very cool! My son started riding bikes on a balance bike. It makes so much sense.

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  34. This sounds so awesome! It would be perfect for my younger two.

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  35. This bike looks awesome! My kids would LOVE it! Very cool!
    ~Amanda

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  36. I saw the video of these. They seem really cool.

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  37. My kids never had these and they all learned very quickly but they are risk takers, I could see how these would be good for a less adventuresome child

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  38. We need one of these for our 5 year old, her balance isn't the great, so I think this would help her!

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  39. looks like a wonderful bike, itmakes me think what amazing things will be available in 5 years or so when my little baby is ready to learn how ride a bike

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  40. Wow, auto balance, how awesome is that?!? We have a couple of reg. balance bike s I think they're the best way to start.

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  41. The Jyrobike looks like it would be so much fun and I think it's the perfect size for my daughter! She would love it!

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  42. That is an absolutely amazing bike! My son could really use one of these, he is just learning, and still quite a bit nervous... he would be all over it!

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  43. That is pretty cool! My son could benefit from that technology!

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  44. we had a hard time with traditional balance bikes. good thing my daughter finally learned this year

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  45. My son would love that bike!

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  46. That's a sleek looking bike!! My youngest learned to ride last summer. It's about time to break that bike out again now that it's warm weather. :)

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  47. I can't wait for my son to be old enough to ride a bike! These look fun.

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  48. I wish it was available now! One of my sons learned to ride in 5 minutes, the other the same age is still in training wheels and is having a harder time...

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  49. I've seen bikes like these, so amazing and really neat. My kids would love this for sure!

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  50. This is very cool. My little guy has balance issues - I bet he'd learn to ride really easily on this bike!

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  51. Wow, that bike sounds amazing! I think it is a little too big yet for my 3 year old, but hopefully they get their funding so he can get one when he's older!

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  52. This would be great for my girls right now. They are both trying to learn to ride without training wheels. If only the bike would grow with the kid - that's the only way the pricetag would make sense for us.

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  53. That seems like a pretty cool idea. One thing that I'm confused on though...how do children learn to balance if the bike does it for them? Do they just end up getting it? Neat idea though!

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  54. Whoa! the last time I rode a bike I was like 12. I will need one of these for myself too

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  55. Cool concept- I still plan to teach my kids to learn to balance themselves. I am a traditionalist with training wheels!

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  56. What a truly amazing product! I think a lot more kids will be apt to WANT to learn how to ride if that injury factor was taken out. People are so ingenious :)

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  57. What a great way to teach kids how to ride a bike! I love that this takes much of the guess work out of it.

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  58. This is awesome!! I hated training wheels, so lop sided. I will look into this more for my grandson.

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  59. That sounds like super cool first bike for kids. Training wheels were so crappy back in the day.

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  60. This is really cool. My kids are so worried about riding bikes this summer.

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  61. That is the coolest thing! We have been having a hard time getting my nephew to ride a bike without training wheels - this would help so much!

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  62. What a super cool bike. It would be great to learn with this. All my kids ride fine but I would have lvoed this when they were learning.

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  63. This bike is so awesome, and perfect for my kiddos! Gosh, what else will them come up with next?

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  64. This is awesome! My kids would love this for sure.

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  65. Oh wow! You know, we have about 3 balance bikes and to be honest, I would have prefered this. My is has yet to successfully maneuver those bikes. I think the pedal would definitely help.

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  66. Now that is awesome. Why didn't we have things like that when I was younger??

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  67. Very cool! My son could use this. He's so over his training wheels!

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  68. What a great way to teach kids how to ride a bike! I love that this takes much of the guess work out of it.My little guy has balance issues - I bet he'd learn to ride really easily on this bike.I need one.

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  69. Hey Loved the Post!Great Article.My kids would love this for sure!

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  70. What a great thing for the younger ones, and what a wonderfully safe way for them to learn balance. That was the hardest part of learning to ride a bike ever!

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  71. thanks for your information

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