Gyroscopic bicycle wheel teaches kids to ride

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It may be true that once you learn how to ride a bicycle, you'll never forget; the thing, of course, is learning that first time. Training wheels have long been a staple of the childhood learning process, but now a San Francisco company has designed an alternative it says will get kids riding in a single afternoon. Gyrobike's patented Gyrowheel replaces a bicycle's standard front wheel and uses gyroscopic technology to keep kids from falling over. Specifically, it can sense unbalanced riding and re-center the bike underneath the rider's weight when the bike starts to wobble. Not only does it…

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