Honda has changed the game

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    Mmm. Real or no, I think we are going down a strange path. Why not a bike that goes for a ride for you? While you finish your chores Or self riding bike that lets you check Facebook and not bother with the boring stuff like corners? I’m all for things that can help riders stay safe & maybe go a tad faster in the S’s, keep their hands and bums warm & adjust their suspension/screen/testicles on the go. But this type of shit??? Although it would be pretty cool to walk down the street with your bike following you, or whistle for it to come get you like the Lone Ranger’s horse ?? No, no, I don’t want to even think about…………………

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    kind of defeats the purpose of riding. . or is it for people who shouldnt be riding anyway. . . . scary

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    what fun is a bike with an automatic transmission . . . .

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    A) Regardless of any pros or cons it can’t be denied it is a heck of technological achievement if perfected.
    B) While fun to imagine it’s possibilities, sadly majority of concept stuff never makes it to market or if/when it does it is either way too expensive or no where near original concept.
    C) This would be ideal for certain people with disabilities such as a friend of mine with a missing hand who wants to ride.

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    This guy is awesome. I’m not sure of his story, but he definitely is an example of overcoming his disability.

    https://youtu.be/Ob1NbDJL4Sc

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    here is another example. .he gives a short version of his story in the video

    https://youtu.be/79t1rkwpmy0

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    Great point, a lot of our veterans have disabilities to limbs that this can help.

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