We can’t imagine riding on this modded scooter is particularly comfortable – or safe – but we definitely think it deserves some sort of prize for what could possibly be the lowest motorized passenger vehicle we’ve ever seen.
Anyone who has ever dealt with a rigid, bulky U-Lock might agree that the Foldylock is exactly the type of innovation they have been looking for in bike security. The 35.5″ sturdy lock folds down for easy stowing on a mount or in a bag.
The Kickr converts longboards into motorized vehicles. It consists of a battery, a throttle, a sensor and a motor. You can easily install the kit onto most boards within a minute. It lets you go up to 20mph and up to eight miles per charge.
Austin Coulson made it in this year’s Guinness World Records for building the smallest roadworthy car. Based on a mock-up of a ’57 Chevy Bel-Air, the car is only 41″ high, 2’2″ wide and 4’2″ long. Surprisingly, it only gets 40mpg.