Motorcycle with Caterpillar Band


This motorcycle is called Hyanide. It’s designed to run on a flexible rubber tread that spans the machine’s entire underside. So if any part of the bottom is touching the ground, the Hyanide should be able to move, no matter how deep the quagmire, no matter how rough the terrain. Both the front and rear of the Hyanide rotate into a turn, which gives riders extra control while making sharp turns or climbing hills. To drive the vehicle, you’d steer with your hands as well as your feet, and you’d wear special shoes that snap onto the pedals, like on a racing bicycle.

The Hyanide currently exists only as a one-fifth-scale model and there’s no plans to bring a production version to market. I really hope to see one of these in near future though.

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