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L'invenzione della moto-ruota
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Probably one of the coolest people in history. Top hat on, cigarette in hand, cruising along in one of these in the

L'invenzione della moto-ruota

L'invenzione della moto-ruota
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Monowheel, Monocycle, V8 Einradmotorrad, Kerry McLean, TV Beitrag Abente...
Monowheel, Monocycle, V8 Einradmotorrad, Kerry McLean, TV Beitrag Abente...
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One wheeled motorcycle, 1931. Top speed of 93 mph
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The One Wheel Motorcycle which could reach a speed of 93 mph,

Who says a motorcycle has to have two wheels? Not Italian inventor M. Goventosa who, in the developed this wrap-around monowheel.

Monocycle -- invented by M Goventosa de Udine in 1931

20 Creative Inventions From The Past That Will Make You Appreciate Technology Today - InspireMore

One wheeled motorcycle, 1931. Top speed of 93 mph
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The Dynasphere was a monowheel vehicle that John Archibald Purves from the UK patented in 1930. His idea for the vehicle was inspired by a sketch made by Leonardo da Vinci. #Revs #Dynasphere #MonoWheel #UK #Concept #Car #Automotive #LeonardodaVinci #conceptcar #davinci
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The Dynasphere was a monowheel vehicle that John Archibald Purves from the UK patented in 1930. His idea for the vehicle was inspired by a sketch made by Leonardo da Vinci. #Revs #Dynasphere #MonoWheel #UK #Concept #Car #Automotive #LeonardodaVinci #conceptcar #davinci

The Dynasphere was a monowheel vehicle that John Archibald Purves from the UK patented in 1930.  His idea for the vehicle was inspired by a sketch made by Leonardo da Vinci.  #Revs #Dynasphere #MonoWheel #UK #Concept #Car #Automotive #LeonardodaVinci #conceptcar #davinci
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Nice electric destroyer. I wonder how crew of this vehilce could make a good shots.
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I wonder how crew of this vehilce could make a good shots.

US Trench Destroyer - Landships Forum

Brands include: Hoover, Oxo and Kelloggs

Nice electric destroyer. I wonder how crew of this vehilce could make a good shots.

Nice electric destroyer. I wonder how crew of this vehilce could make a good shots.
Riot Wheel: Steampunk Motorcycle -  Image: Erik Andersen, courtesy of RIOT Wheel, used with permission by 1800.recycling.com

"Seven Incredible Steampunk Motorcycles." my husband will faint when he sees this.

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Spaceship, pulp retro futurism back to the future tomorrow tomorrowland space planet age sci-fi airship steampunk dieselpunk

The design of the mobile trench destroyer from the height of World War I with its steel-tired and spoked wheels was appeared on the February, 1917 cover of The Electrical Experimenter magazine.

Would have been impractical but that is one heck of a tank.

The Edison-Puton Monowheel normally resides at the Auto & Technik Museum at Sinsheim, Germ...

1910 Edison-Puton Monowheel has the frame, rider and a De Dion engine enclosed by the wheel

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Maker of the day - Kerry McLean, 225-horsepower gasoline-powered monowheel

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steampunkvehicles: It’s funny how the monowheel is always bantered about the internet as this steampunk holy grail… and this smug little shit probably got tired of his.

Magnets Drive High Speed Suspension Trains Thru Air | Modern Mechanix

Magnets Drive High Speed Suspension Trains Thru Air - Modern Mechanix (Oct,

“The Dynasphere was a monowheel electric vehicle invented in 1932 by Dr. J. A. Purves from Taunton, Somerset, UK. It had 2.5 horse power and once attained a speed of 25 mph.”

The monowheel was tech's improvement on bicycles.September 1932 J. Purves drives a Dynasphere spherical car, an automobile shaped like a giant radial tire. Purves was the vehicle's inventor.

An American monowheel: 1897.  The mechanical details of Mr Venable's monowheel; note the roller-bearing between frame and wheel.    Picture courtesy of Henk Schuurih.

An American monowheel: The mechanical details of Mr Venable's monowheel; note the roller-bearing between frame and wheel. Picture courtesy of Henk Schuurih.

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