Concept vehicles are developed so that developers and manufacturers can showcase upcoming future products in all of their glory. It's a decision maker for most whether to go ahead or discontinue a project.
Today we show you an all-new concept that helps balancing out a two-wheeler. This concept has been developed by an Indian within in the country. Here are a few details and images of this concept.
The Jironimo concept has been developed by Abhishek Roy. He is the founder of Lunatic Koncepts and has designed this concept in India itself. The team has previously worked on Xoupir commuter bus and Iruka outboard engine.
This concept has an electro-mechanical system, which uses gyroscopes to maintain balance of a two-wheeler. The Jironimo demonstrates that training wheels can be forgotten while teaching kids how to ride two-wheelers.
The system can measure acceleration, deceleration, angle and other factors. Jironimo can be kept on always or can help children during short periods as well. It will help children learn to ride in a simpler way without the use of training wheels.
Eventually the Jironimo can be adapted to any other two-wheeler and won't be restricted to the images shown. The system requires its own charger and battery pack to function. It needs to be bolted on the chassis frame in the centre.
With the Jironimo concept more children can learn to ride on two wheels at an early age. This balance system will go a long way in developing riding skills. We will be eagerly waiting for this system to be available in markets.