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The Cycon Circleboard Ditches Rigid Lines for Smooth Curves

 - Feb 21, 2013
References: cyconworld & gizmag
Not many scooters look like the Cycon Circleboard. Cycon, a Swiss company that developed the Circleboard as an alternative to contemporary scooters. Modern scooters have a rigid design and aren't very attractive to the eye. The Cycon Circleboard has a look similar to that of a modern work of art and looks a bit more fun to ride than your average scooter. The scooter is built by hand with parts from Austria, Germany and Switzerland.

The front wheels of the Cycon Circleboard do not move. The rider steers by leaning. This design has been implemented in a few scooters already, but not to this extent. (Many scooters that encourage carving also allow you to direct yourself using the handlebars.) You can watch the video to check out the Cycon Circleboard in action, or you can pony up $663 and grab your own.