AeYO Scooter: Rollerblades and Bicycle In One

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

As more people opt for a 2-wheeled companion to get around in the city, the design team behind AeYO decided now was the perfect time to unveil their new vehicle – a cross between a bike and a pair of inline skates. There’s even a bit of scooter thrown into the mix.

AeYO is the first of its kind, but that’s not to say it won’t catch on. We’ve definitely seen weirder things happen. Riders simply strap their feet into the roller blades, grab the handle bars, and hit the road. The vehicle looks to be safer than a pair of roller blades, seeing that you have that whole handlebar system to hold onto, which also provides a means both steering and braking. There’s even an option to setup a cargo carrier up front, which could be a nice added convenience when hitting the grocery store. Watch the video below to see it in action. [Purchase]

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